Eastwood Birds

Eastwood Birds

 

These are the birds identified in Eastwood based on casual observation from neighborhood residents. To see photos, hear bird calls, and learn more about them, visit Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s All About Birds.

 
 
  • American white pelican (en route to White Rock Lake)
  • Double-crested cormorant (en route to White Rock Lake)
  • Great egret
  • Snowy egret
  • Yellow-crowned night heron
  • Turkey vulture
  • Snow goose (in migrating flock flying overhead)
  • Wood duck
  • Mallard
  • Mississippi kite
  • Sharp-shinned hawk
  • Cooper’s hawk
  • Red-shouldered hawk
  • Red-tailed hawk
  • American kestrel
  • Killdeer
  • Rock dove (pigeon)
  • Eurasian collared dove
  • White-winged dove
  • Mourning dove
  • Yellow-billed cuckoo
  • Eastern screech owl
  • Barred owl
  • Common nighthawk
  • Chimney swift
  • Ruby-throated hummingbird
  • Belted kingfisher
  • Golden-fronted woodpecker
  • Red-bellied woodpecker
  • Downy woodpecker
  • Northern flicker
  • Western kingbird
  • Scissor-tailed flycatcher
  • Loggerhead shrike
  • Bluejay
  • American crow
  • Purple martin
  • Barn swallow
  • Carolina chickadee
  • Tufted titmouse
  • Brown creeper
  • House wren
  • Ruby-crowned kinglet
  • Wood thrush
  • American robin
  • Northern mockingbird
  • Brown thrasher
  • Cedar waxwing
  • European starling
  • Prothonotary warbler
  • Common yellowthroat
  • Northern cardinal
  • Eastern towhee
  • Chipping sparrow
  • White-crowned sparrow
  • Dark-eyed junco
  • Great-tailed grackle
  • Common grackle
  • Brown-headed cowbird
  • House finch
  • American goldfinch
  • House (English) sparrow
  • Painted bunting