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Gray Birds Seen in North America - Yellow-eyed Junco

The Yellow-eyed Junco is a medium-sized sparrow with a small conical bill, thick neck and a fairly long tail.

Gray Birds Seen in North America - Tufted Titmouse

The Tufted Titmouse is a small gray songbird that is common in eastern deciduous forests and a frequent visitor to feeders.

Gray Birds Seen in North America - Black-crested Titmouse

The Black-crested Titmouse is closely related to the Tufted Titmouse, it is almost similar in behavior but it is different in head pattern.

Gray Birds Seen in North America - Bohemian Waxwing

The Bohemian Waxwing is a starling-sized, chubby, smooth-plumaged bird with white and yellow markings on wings and a loose crest. It breeds in the northern forests of Eurasia and North America.

Gray Birds Seen in North America - Mountain Chickadee

The Mountain Chickadee, a small songbird, with a round body that is well adapted for a cold environment.

Gray Birds Seen in North America - Mexican Chickadee

The Mexican Chickadee is a small songbird with a gray body, black cap and white cheeks.

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.

Gray Birds Seen in North America - Boreal Chickadee

The Boreal Chickadee, found in the boreal forests of Canada and the northern United States, is a small passerine bird with a brown cap and a black bib.

Gray Birds Seen in North America - Gray Catbird

The Gray Catbird is a medium-sized North American and Central American perching bird of the mimid family. It often hides in the shrubbery, making an odd variety of musical and harsh sounds.

Gray Birds Seen in North America - Bushtit

The Bushtit is a North American long-tailed tit, the only member of the genus Psaltriparus.