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Title: Backyard Birds of Sumter County


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Backyard Birds of Sumter County
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So, what do you need?
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Alabama Birds
Checklist of Alabama Birds - Geographical
Seasonal Distribution
Alabama Ornithological Society
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Mourning dove
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Eurasian collared dove
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Rock dove
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Chuck-wills-widow
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Common nighthawk
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Ruby-throated hummingbird
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Yellow-shafted flicker
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Red-bellied woodpecker
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Red-headed woodpecker
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Blue jay
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American crow
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Carolina wren
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Northern mockingbird
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Brown thrasher
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American robin
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Eastern bluebird
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Loggerhead shrike
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Red-winged blackbird
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Brown-headed cowbird
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Northern cardinal
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Black-capped chickadee
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House finch
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American goldfinch
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Sparrows
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Turkey vulture Cathartes aura
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Turkey vulture in flight
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Black vulture Coragyps atratus
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Black vulture in flight
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Vultures (two black, one turkey) feeding on
carrion.
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Where to Look Your backyard, especially with so
me feeders. Walk the loop in the morning. Walk
the banks of Lake LU Take a road trip. Watch p
ower lines and trees.
Stay at it, and keep a list.
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Rosebreasted grosbreak
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Scarlet tanager
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Snowy egret
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Wood duck
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Mississippi kite
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Swallow-tailed kite
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Barn owl
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