Eastern Wood Pewee
The Eastern Wood Pewee is a medium-sized flycatcher with long wings and tail. It is drab grayish-brown and can be distinguished most easily by their calls.
The Eastern Kingbird is a large tyrant flycatcher that are often seen on tops of tall trees, snags on forest edges, fences, and utility lines. It is predominantly dark gray bird with white underbelly and pointed wings. It is a native to the Americas.
The American Dipper is a distinctive songbird that is locally common along rushing streams in the west. It is a stocky gray bird, with white eyelids and a head that is sometimes tinged with brown. In is the only truly aquatic songbird of North America.
The Connecticut Warbler is a small songbird and one of the least known wood warblers in North America.
The Common Yellowthroat is a New World warbler. It is a small songbird that is an abundant breeder in North America, ranging from southern Canada to central Mexico.