The Botteri's Sparrow is primarily found in Mexico with a breeding range that extends into the southeastern tip of the U.S. state of Arizona. It has a small non-migratory population in the Rio Grande Valley of southern Texas, which is threatened by habitat loss.
The Scott’s Oriole, a medium-sized icterid is primarily found in the Southwestern United States and south to Baja California Sur and central Mexico.
The Marsh Wren, sometimes called the Long-billed Marsh Wren is a small North American songbird of the wren family.
The Clay-colored Thrush, formally known as the Clay-colored Robin is the national bird of Costa Rica, where it is well known as the Yigüirro. It is a large thrush that is relatively unremarkable in appearance.
The Black-throated Sparrow is a small American sparrow primarily found in the southwestern United States and Mexico.
The Summer Tanager is a medium-sized American songbird. It was formerly placed in the tanager family, it and other members of its genus are now classified in the cardinal family. Its plumage and vocalizations are similar to other members of the cardinal family.
The Orchard Oriole is the smallest species of icterid. They are slim songbirds, larger than warblers and vireos. They have medium-length tails, rounded heads, and a straight, sharply pointed bill.
The Hooded Oriole is a fairly large songbird with longer and more delicate body than other orioles. They also have long rounded tails and longish necks. They are found in the Rio Grande valley in Texas and south through Mexico to Oaxaca and Veracruz.
The Most Common Backyard Birds Of North America
Here are some of the most common backyard birds of North America.
Blue Birds Seen in North America - California Scrub-Jay
The California Scrub-Jay is a species of scrub jay that is native to western North America.
Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - Yellow-Rumped Warbler
The Yellow-Rumped Warbler is amongst the most common and widespread warblers.