Cactus Wrens are larger than any other North American Wrens. They have distinguished heavy spotting in their feathers, a reddish cap, and a white supercilium. Cactus Wrens live in arid desert areas in the southwest United States and into Mexico. They can be found among cactus, mesquite, and yuccas. They are the official state bird of… Read More CACTUS WREN
American White Pelicans are large water birds. These pelicans are found in southern parts of the the U.S. into Mexico and in western parts of the U.S. and Canada. They are white, with black primaries and an orange bill. Found among marshes, lakes, and coastal areas, they scoop up fish while swimming.
Western Bluebirds are a small and social songbird of the Thrush family, found in western parts of North America. They can be seen in open fields or along woodlands edges that are coniferous or deciduous. They nest in holes of trees and rely on woodpeckers to make the holes, as their beaks are too small. They… Read More SMALL BLUEBIRD
Black-Billed Magpies are of the Corvidae family of birds, which also includes crows and jays. The have white wing patches that make them conspicuous. These Magpies are found in the western United States and Canada, around meadows, grasslands, and sagebrush. They eat fruit, grains, bugs, and carrion. Like other Corvids, the Black-Billed Magpie are highly… Read More BLACK-BILLED MAGPIE