The Cuban Bullfinch is a small flocking species of brushy and wooded habitats. They have a large, stout bill and a white slash along the front of the folded wing.
The Blackpoll Warbler is a New World warbler that breeds in forests of northern North America, from Alaska throughout most of Canada, to the mountains of New York and New England.
The Black Phoebe is a small, plump songbird with large head and medium-long, squared tails. It breeds from southwest Oregon and California south through Central and South America.
The Lark Bunting, a medium-sized American sparrow is the state bird of Colorado. It is found in central and western North America.
The Painted Redstart, also known as the Painted Whitestart is among the most attractive and festive looking of all Parulids.
The Black-and-white Warbler, a small songbird with a thin, slightly curved bill, is one of the most distinctive wood-warblers in North America.
The American Redstart is a medium-sized warbler with a relatively wide, flat bill and a fairly long, expressive tail. It is a distinctive migratory warbler which breeds in North America and winters within the neotropics.
The Tricolored Blackbird species have sharply declined due to extensive wetland loss and agricultural practices in the farm fields where they nest.
The Red-Winged Blackbird is a black songbird with distinctive red and yellow shoulder patches. It is one of the most abundant birds across North America.
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.
The Cuban Blackbird, a medium-sized bird is abundant throughout Cuba where it frequents a variety of habitats, including urban parks and gardens.