Identifying California Wild Birds

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Backyard Birding Guide to the San Fernando Valley. House Sparrow HOSP This is probably the bird that non-birders most frequently see from up-close. California Towhee CALT Hummingbirds. Goldfinches. Spotted Towhee SPTO Yellow-rumped Warbler YRWA Northern Mockingbird NOMO American Robin AMRO .Identify birds in North America for bird watching or as a bird guide. For birders and identification of wild birds. What SHAPE was the bird you saw in California?.Bird Identification Guide. Return to Top. ' Greater White-fronted Goose. ' Snow Goose. Upland Game Birds. Return to Top. ' Northern Bobwhite. Loons Grebes. Return to Top. ' Pied-billed Grebe. Pigeons Doves. Return to Top. ' Rock Pigeon. Cuckoos Roadrunners. Return to Top. Nightjars. Return to Top. Swifts. Return .Birds of Orange County, California J. Bryant, mainly from the p.ographs of John Avise, University of California, Irvine Exotic species, yellow background..

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