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What's That Bird?

Can you identify these eight birds? Try to think of the name, then click on the bird's picture to see if you are right!

For a Hint: Roll your cursor over the picture but don't click.

bird1
DER-DEDEHA POWDEROCKE
bird2
NACAMERI BROIN
bird3
DER-DINGEW BLIBDRACK
bird4
LUBE YAJ
bird5
INCAMERA WORC
bird6
TEDPOTS LOW
bird7
THRORNEN LOORIE
bird8
DRE-DREEBATS HUNTCHAT


"Wow! Look at that boiyd!"
"That's not a boiyd, Billy, that's a bird."
"Well, it choiyped like a boiyd!"


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The Red-Headed Woodpecker...

...uses its super-long, sticky tongue to catch insects to eat.
It pecks to hunt for insects or claim territory.


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The American Robin...

...is one of the few birds to eat worms (YUM).
When you see it on the lawn with its head tipped,
that's what it's looking for.


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The Red-winged Blackbird

The males wear this fancy plumage to impress the lady blackbirds.
Females are actually brown.


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bird4

Blue Jays...

...love to stand around in the trees and scream at each other.
So do their dark blue western cousins, the Steller's Jays.


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The American Crow

Did you know that a flock of crows is called a MURDER of crows?


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The Spotted Owl

Can you swivel your head around to look backwards?
The owl can!


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bird7

The Northern Oriole...

...gave its name and bright colors to Baltimore's baseball team.


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bird8

The Red-Breasted Nuthatch...

...likes to walk down trees head first!
(pronounced nut hatch, though they hatch from eggs, not nuts.)


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