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Photos and information about New England birds.
 
   

       

 

  Birds by Order/Family       
 New England Ducks        
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Bitterns

Blackbirds

Bluebird

Bobolink

Bobwhite

Bufflehead

Buntings

Canvasback

Cardinal

Catbird

Chat

Chickadees

Coot

Cormorant

Cowbird

Creeper

Crossbills

Crows

Cuckoos

Doves

Ducks

Eagles

Egrets

Falcon

Finches

Flicker

Flycatchers

Gadwall
Gnatcatcher

Goldfinch

Goldeneyes

Geese

Grackle

Grebe

Grosbeaks

Grouse

Gulls

Harrier

Hawks

Herons

Hummingbird

Ibis

Jays

Junco

Kestrel

Killdeer

Kingbird

Kingfisher

Kinglets

Lark

Longspur

Loon

Mallard

Martin

Meadowlark

Mergansers
Merlin

Mockingbird

Moorhen

Nighthawk

Nuthatches

Orioles

Osprey

Ovenbird

Owls

Partridge

Parula

Pheasant

Phoebe

Pintail

Pipit

Plover

Rails

Raven

Redpolls

Redstart

Robin

Sanderling

Sandpipers

Sapsucker

Shoveler

Shrikes

Siskin

Snipe
Sora

Sparrows

Starling

Swallows

Swan

Swift

Tanager

Teals

Terns

Thrasher

Thrushes

Titmouse

Towhee

Turkey

Veery

Vireos

Vulture

Warblers

Waterthrushes

Waxwings

Whip-poor-will

Wigeon

Willet

Wood-Pewee

Woodcock

Woodpeckers

Wrens

Yellowthroat
       
       
 
 
Over 300 species of birds either breed, are resident, migrate through, or winter in New England.  This includes both inland birds and coastal birds. Some of these birds have a small New England range (for example, the Acadian Flycatcher) and other birds are found throughout the region.

The above list does not include all 300+ birds. Over time, we will continue adding birds until our list of New England birds is finally complete.
 
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