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Green Birds Seen in North America - Pacific-slope Flycatcher

The Pacific-slope Flycatcher is a slim, small songbird with an upright posture, with a large head that often looks peaked. It has a straight, and fairly wide bill. Its tail is moderately long.

Green Birds Seen in North America - Eurasian Siskin

The Eurasian Siskin, also known as the European Siskin, Common Siskin, or simply "Siskin" is a greenish-yellow songbird. It is very common throughout Europe and Asia.

Green Birds Seen in North America - Hammond's Flycatcher

The Hammond's Flycatcher is a small insectivorous bird that inhabits the coniferous and mixed forests of western North America.

Green Birds Seen in North America - Green Jay

The Green Jay is a noisy and colorful bird. It is a species of the New World jays that is found in Central America.

Green Birds Seen in North America - Dusky Flycatcher

The Dusky Flycatcher is a small, insectivorous passerine of the tyrant flycatcher family.

Green Birds Seen in North America - European Greenfinch

The European Greenfinch is a stocky bird with a plump body that is widespread throughout Europe, North Africa and south-west Asia.

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.

Green Birds Seen in North America - Common Chiffchaff

The Common Chiffchaff, or simply Chiffchaff is a common and widespread leaf warbler.

Green Birds Seen in North America - Acadian Flycatcher

The Acadian Flycatcher is a small insect-eating songbird.