Black Birds Seen in North America - Eurasian Blackbird
The Eurasian Blackbird, also known as the Common Blackbird, or simply Blackbird breeds in Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and has been introduced to Australia and New Zealand.
Gray Birds Seen in North America - Mexican Chickadee
The Mexican Chickadee is a small songbird with a gray body, black cap and white cheeks.
Brown Birds Seen in North America - Chestnut-collared Longspur
The Chestnut-collared Longspur is a small ground-feeding bird that primarily eats seeds.
Green Birds Seen in North America - Cordilleran Flycatcher
The Cordilleran flycatcher, a small insect-eating bird is almost identical to the Pacific-slope Flycatcher. They were formerly considered as a single species known as the Western Flycatcher.
Orange Birds Seen in North America - Black-headed Grosbeak
The Black-headed Grosbeak is a medium-sized, seed-eating bird.
Yellow Birds Seen in North America - Dickcissel
The Dickcissel is a seed-eating bird known for gathering in enormous wintering flocks in South America.
Red Birds Seen in North America - Common Chaffinch
The Common Chaffinch, usually known simply as the chaffinch, is a common and widespread small passerine bird in the finch family.
Black Birds Seen in North America - Cuban Blackbird
The Cuban Blackbird, a medium-sized bird is abundant throughout Cuba where it frequents a variety of habitats, including urban parks and gardens.
Gray Birds Seen in North America - Gray-Headed Chickadee
The Gray-headed Chickadee also known as the Siberian Tit is the rarest and most poorly known of the chickadees in North America.
Brown Birds Seen in North America - Brown Jay
The Brown Jay is a large American jay that is common and vocal.
Orange Birds Seen in North America - Fieldfare
The Fieldfare, a large and colorful thrush, is a strongly migratory bird.
Yellow Birds Seen in North America - Yellow-Breasted Chat
The Yellow-Breasted Chat is a large songbird found in North America, with the adults having a long olive-green tail, thick, short and black bill, and white spectacles. They do not have wing bars or tail patches.