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Location
AlabamaMissouri
AlaskaMontana
AlbertaN. Atlantic Coast
AleutiansNebraska
ArizonaNevada
ArkansasNew Brunswick
Atlantic CoastNew Hampshire
AustraliaNew Jersey
Baffin Is.New Mexico
Baja CaliforniaNew York
British ColumbiaNew Zealand
CaliforniaNewfoundland and Labrador
CaribbeanNorth Carolina
ColoradoNorth Dakota
ConnecticutNova Scotia
CubaNunavut
DelawareNW. Territories
Dist. of ColumbiaOhio
Ellesmere Is.Oklahoma
FloridaOntario
GeorgiaOregon
GreenlandPacific Coast
Gulf CoastPennsylvania
HawaiiPrince Edward Is.
Hawaii EndemicQuebec
IdahoRhode Island
IllinoisS. Caribbean
IndiaSaskatchewan
IndianaSouth Carolina
IowaSouth Dakota
KansasTennessee
KentuckyTexas
LabradorUtah
LouisianaVermont
MaineVirginia
ManitobaWashington
MarylandWest Virginia
MassachusettsWisconsin
MexicoWyoming
MichiganYucatan
MinnesotaYukon
Mississippi

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Body Shape
Chicken-like-MarshPerching-like
Duck-likePigeon-like
Gull-likeSandpiper-like
Hawk-likeSwallow-like
Hummingbird-likeTree-clinging-like
Long-legged-likeUpland-ground-like
Owl-likeUpright-perching Water-like

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Size
Large (16 - 32 in)Very Large (32 - 72 in)
Medium (9 - 16 in)Very Small (3 - 5 in)
Small (5 - 9 in)

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Color
BlackPink
BluePurple or Violet
BrownRed
BuffRufous or Rust
GraySheen or Iridescence
GreenTan
OliveWhite
OrangeYellow

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Bill Shape
All-purposeHooked Seabird
ConeNeedle
Curved (up or down)Spatulate
DaggerSpecialized
Hooked

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Wing Shape
Broad-WingsRounded-Wings
Long-WingsTapered-Wings
Pointed-WingsVery-Long-Wings

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Tail Shape
Fan-shaped TailRounded Tail
Forked TailSquared Tail
Notched TailUnique Tail
Pointed Tail

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Habitat
CoastsMarshes, Swamps
DesertsMountains
ForestsOceans
GrasslandsUrban
Lakes, Rivers, Ponds

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Eats
Apple SlicesNut Meats
BerriesNut Pieces
BlossomsNuts
Bread ProductsOrange Halves
BudsPeanut Butter
Canary SeedPeanut Kernels
Canned PeasPeanuts
Commercial instant nectarsRaisins
Commercial Mixed Bird SeedSafflower
Cracked CornSeeds
CurrantsSuet
FlowersSugar
FruitSugar Water
JellySunflower
Meal WormsSunflower Seed
MilletSunflower Seeds (hulled)
MiloThistle
Nut Meal

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Order
ANSERIFORMESPASSERIFORMES
APODIFORMESPELECANIFORMES
CAPRIMULGIFORMESPHOENICOPTERIFORMES
CHARADRIIFORMESPICIFORMES
CICONIIFORMESPODICIPEDIFORMES
COLUMBIFORMESPROCELLARIIFORMES
CORACIIFORMESPSITTACIFORMES
CUCULIFORMESPTEROCLIFORMES
FALCONIFORMESSTRIGIFORMES
GALLIFORMESSULIFORMES
GAVIIFORMESTROGONIFORMES
GRUIFORMES

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Family
Accentors (Prunellidae)Longspurs and Snow Buntings (Calcariidae)
Albatross (Diomedeidae)Loons (Gaviidae)
Auks, Murres and Puffins (Alcidae)Lories, Parakeets, Macaws and Parrots (Psittacidae)
Avocets and Stilts (Recurvirostridae)Mockingbirds and Thrashers (Mimidae)
Bananaquits (Coerebidae)New World Quail (Odontophoridae)
Barn Owls and Typical Owls (Tytonidae and Strigidae)New World Vultures (Cathartidae)
Becards, Tityras and Allies (Tityridae)Nuthatches (Sittidae)
Bitterns, Herons and Egrets (Ardeidae)Old World Flycatchers (Muscicapidae)
Blackbirds (Icteridae)Old World Sparrows (Passeridae)
Booby and Gannets (Sulidae)Olive Warbler (Peucedramidae)
Bulbuls (Pycnonotidae)Osprey (Pandionidae)
Bushtit (Aegithalidae)Oystercatchers (Haematopodidae)
Caracaras and Falcons (Falconidae)Partridges, Grouse, Turkeys and Old World Quail (Phasianidae)
Cardinals, Piranga Tanagers and Allies (Cardinalidae)Pelicans (Pelecanidae)
Chachalaca (Cracidae)Petrels and Shearwaters (Procellariidae)
Cormorants (Phalacrocoracidae)Pigeons and Doves (Columbidae)
Cranes (Gruidae)Rails, Gallinules and Coots (Rallidae)
Creeper (Certhiidae)Sandgrouse (Pteroclididae)
Crows and Jays (Corvidae)Sandpipers, Phalaropes and Allies (Scolopacidae)
Cuckoos, Roadrunners and Anis (Cuculidae)Shrikes (Laniidae)
Darters (Anhingidae)Silky Flycatcher (Ptilogonatidae)
Dipper (Cinclidae)Skuas and Jaegers (Stercorariidae)
Ducks, Geese and Swans (Anatidae)Starlings (Sturnidae)
Emberizids (Emberizidae)Storks (Ciconiidae)
Estrildid Finches (Estrildidae)Storm-Petrels (Hydrobatidae)
Flamingos (Phoenicopteridae)Swallows (Hirundinidae)
Frigatebirds (Fregatidae)Swifts (Apodidae)
Fringilline and Cardueline Finches and Allies (Fringillidae)Sylviid Warblers (Sylviidae)
Gnatcatchers and Gnatwrens (Polioptillidae)Tanagers (Thraupidae)
Goatsuckers (Caprimulgidae)Thrushes (Turdidae)
Grassbirds (Megaluridae)Titmice and Chickadees (Paridae)
Grebes (Podicipedidae)Trogons (Trogonidae)
Gulls, Terns, Skimmers (Laridae)Tropicbirds (Phaethontidae)
Hummingbirds (Trochilidae)Tyrant Flycatchers (Tyrannidae)
Ibises and Spoonbills (Threskiornithidae)Verdins (Remizidae)
Jacanas (Jacanidae)Vireos (Vireonidae)
Kingfishers (Alcedinidae)Wagtails and Pipits (Motacillidae)
Kinglets (Regulidae)Waxwings (Bombycillidae)
Kites, Eagles and Hawks (Accipitridae)Weavers (Ploceidae)
Lapwings and Plovers (Charadriidae)White-eyes (Zosteropidae)
Larks (Alaudidae)Woodpeckers (Picidae)
Leaf Warblers (Phylloscopidae)Wood-Warblers (Parulidae)
Limpkin (Aramidae)Wrens (Troglodytidae)