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    Wild Life - Birds

    Type of Animals

    Birds

     

    Before visiting Corkscrew, download a checklist of the most commonly seen wildlife
    Individual Profiles

    Anhinga
    Barred Owl
    Black-bellied Whistling Duck
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    Carolina Wren
    Common Grackle
    Eastern Phoebe
    Gray Catbird
    Great-crested Flycatcher
    Great Egret
    Limpkin
    Little Blue Heron
    Northern Parula
    Hawk & owl nesting
    Painted Bunting
    Palm Warbler
    Prothonotary Warbler
    Red-shouldered Hawk
    Ruby-throated Hummingbird
    Swallow-tailed Kite
    Tree Swallow
    Tufted Titmouse
    Vulture, Black
    Vulture, Turkey
    White-eyed Vireo
    White Ibis
    Wood Stork
    Woodpecker, Downy
    Woodpecker, Pileated
    Woodpecker, Red-bellied
    Local Data:

    Frequency of boardwalk sightings
    List of birds seen from the boardwalk
    Monthly Boardwalk Counts
    Indicator species charts
    Christmas Bird Count
    Wood Stork Nesting Data
    Articles:

    White wading bird ID
    Identifying raptors from below
    Anhinga wing spreading
    Bird fledge times
    Bird life spans
    Bird trivia
    Additional Information:

    Non-native Florida birds
    Photographs of Corkscrew wading birds

    Frequency of Sightings: Birds

    These lists show the percentage of days each month when a species was observed.

    They are not a tally of the number of each species, a scientific sampling, or a guarantee any species will be present in the Sanctuary.

    A

    Anhinga

    B

    Bitterns
    ...American
    ...Least
    Blackbird, Red-winged
    Blue Jay
    Bluebird
    Bobwhite
    Buntings
    ...Indigo
    ...Painted

    C

    Caracara, Crested
    Cardinal
    Catbird, Gray
    Coot
    Cowbird
    Crane, Sandhill
    Cuckoo, Yellow-billed

    D

    Doves
    ...Eurasian Collared
    ...Ground
    ...Mourning
    Ducks
    ...Black-bellied Whistling
    ...Blue-winged Teal
    ...Mottled
    ...Muscovy
    ...Wood

    E

    Eagle, Bald
    Egrets
    ...Cattle
    ...Great
    ...Snowy

    F

    Flycatchers
    ...Acadian
    ...Eastern Kingbird
    ...Great-crested
    ...Pewee
    ...Eastern Phoebe
    G

    Gallinule
    ...Moorhen
    ...Purple
    Gnatcatcher, Blue-gray
    Goatsuckers
    ...Chuck-will's-widow
    ...Nighthawk
    ...Whip-poor-will
    Goldfinch
    Grackles
    ...Boat-tailed
    ...Common
    ...Rusty
    Grebe, Pied-billed

    H

    Hawks
    ...Red-shouldered
    ...others
    Herons
    ...Black-crowned
    ...Great Blue
    ...Great White
    ...Green
    ...Little Blue
    ...Tri-colored
    ...Yellow-crowned
    Hummingbird

    I

    Ibis
    ...Glossy
    ...White

    K

    Kestrel
    Kingfisher, Belted
    Kinglet, Ruby-crowned
    Kites
    ...Snail
    ...Swallow-tailed

    L

    Limpkin

    M

    Martin, Purple
    Mockingbird
    N

    Nuthatches
    ...Brown-headed

    O

    Osprey
    OTHER BIRDS
    Owls
    ...Barred
    ...Eastern Screech

    P

    Parakeet, Monk

    R

    Rails
    ...King
    ...Sora
    ...Virginia

    S

    Sandpiper, Solitary
    Shrike, Loggerhead
    Siskin, Pine
    Snipe
    Sparrows
    ...Chipping
    ...Swamp
    ...others
    Spoonbill, Roseate
    Starling
    Stork, Wood
    Swallow, Tree
    Swift, Chimney

    T

    Tanagers
    ...Scarlet
    ...Summer
    Thrasher, Brown
    Thrushes
    ...Gray-cheeked Thrush
    ...Hermit Thrush
    ...Robin
    ...Swainson's Thrush
    ...Veery
    ...Wood Thrush
    Titmouse, Tufted
    Towhee
    V

    Vireos
    ...Blue-headed
    ...Red-eyed
    ...White-eyed
    Vultures
    ...Black
    ...Turkey

    W

    Warblers
    ...American Redstart
    ...Black-and-white
    ...Black-throated Blue
    ...Black-throated Green
    ...Common Yellowthroat
    ...Hooded
    ...Magnolia
    ...Northern Parula
    ...other warblers
    ...Ovenbird
    ...Palm
    ...Pine ...Prairie
    ...Prothonotary ...Waterthrush, Louisiana ...W terthrush, Northern ...Worm-eating ...Yellow-breasted Chat ...Yellow-rumped ...Yellow-throated
    Waxwing, Cedar Woodpeckers ...Downy ...Flicker ...Hairy ...Pileated ...Red-bellied ...Red-headed ...Sapsucker Wrens...Carolina ...House ...Marsh ...Sedge Monthly boardwalk bird count summaries Indicator species charts
    January February March April May June uly ugust September October November December Black-crowned Night Heron Great Egret Little Blue Heron Limpkin Wood Stork Black-and-white Warbler Palm Warbler Yellow-rumped Warbler Carolina Wren Great-crested Flycatcher Swallow-tailed Kite White-eyed Vireo Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

     

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