• Audubon American Sparrow Hawk Audubon American Sparrow Hawk Quick View
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    • The American Sparrow Hawk also known as the American kestrel is the smallest Falcon found in North America. They have distinctive coloration; rusty brown with a black nape and two vertical black stripes on a white face. You'll find these beauties in open areas, such as Meadows, woodland openings and farmlands.
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    • The Barn Swallow is one of the most widespread species of swallow in the world. You'll find them in grasslands, barnyards and near open waters. They have a beautiful cobalt blue that blankets their back and wings with a striking tawny underbelly. We enjoy watching them wisp through the air catching bugs in the evenings. "The flight of this species is…
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    • The Crested Titmouse is a small songbird that is native to southern states in North America and Northern Mexico. You'll find them in wooded areas. The male has a dark black crest on the top of their head along with cream bodies with rust colored flanks.
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    • The Passenger Pigeon was native to North America with the last dying in captivity at the Cincinnati Zoo in 1914, classifying this species as extinct. “Men still live who, in their youth, remember pigeons; trees still live who, in their youth, were shaken by a living wind. But a few decades hence only the oldest oaks will remember, and at long…
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