Birds of North America on DVD

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Volume IV Sample:

Volume IV Sample:

 

 

-59 Species

-62 Minutes

Themes: Woodland Birds, Winter Birds,

                The Eastern Jays, Florida in Feb.,

                Shore Birds

 

 

 

Volume I

Volume I

-41 Species

-48 Minutes

Themes: Birds of Open Areas, Marsh Birds,                          Birds of  The Forest & Forest Edge,                          Gone Fishing,  Attracting Birds with                        American Serviceberry, Birds of                               RiparianHabitat

Volume III Sample:

Volume III Sample:

 

 

 

-52 Species

-63 Minutes

Themes: Birds of Agricultural Land, 

               Introduced Birds, The Beaver Pond,

               Marsh Birds, Feeder Birds, Island Birds,

               The Eastern Swallows  

Back cover of Vol. II sleeve. Volume II Sample:

Back cover of Vol. II sleeve. Volume II Sample:

 

 

-44 Species

-51 Minutes

Themes: Woodland Birds, Cavity Nesters, Down                  on the Farm, Birds of Old Field Habitat,

                Top of the Food Chain

 

            Species Lists

                 Vol. I                                    

1.)            E. Bluebird

2.)             Bobolink

3.)             Wild Turkey

4.)             Merlin

5.)             Chipping Sparrow

6.)             Barn Swallow

7.)             Cliff Swallow

8.)             Gray Catbird

9.)             Eastern Kingbird

10.)          Least Flycatcher

11.)          Yellow Warbler

12.)          Baltimore Oriole

13.)          Female E. Bluebird

14.)          Scarlet Tanager

15.)          Cedar Waxwing

16.)          Juvenile Rose-Breasted Grosbeak

17.)          American Robin

18.)          Black-Capped Chickadee

19.)          Blue-Headed Vireo

20.)          Downy Woodpecker

21.)          Barred Owl

22.)          Ovenbird

23.)          Chestnut-Sided Warbler

24.)          Great Crested Flycatcher

25.)          B.T. Blue Warbler

26.)          Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker

27.)          Broad-Winged Hawk

28.)          Ruby-Throated Hummingbird

29.)          Common Loon

30.)          Belted Kingfisher

31.)          Black-Crowned Night Heron

32.)          Great Egret

33.)          Red-Winged Blackbird

34.)          American Bittern

35.)          Common Yellowthroat

36.)          Great Blue Heron

37.)          Canada Goose

38.)          Female Wood duck

39.)          Green Heron

40.)          Female Mallard

41.)          Common Grackle

 

        Vol II

1.)    American Woodcock

2.)    Wood Thrush

3.)    American Redstart

4.)    Northern Goshawk

5.)    Blue Jay

6.)    Red-Eyed Vireo

7.)    Hermit Thrush

8.)    Rose-Breasted Grosbeak

9.)    Saw-Whet Owl

10.) White-Throated Sparrow

11.) Blackburnian Warbler

12.) Winter Wren

13.) Black-Throated Green Warbler

14.) Pileated Woodpecker

15.) Common Merganser

16.) Hooded Merganser

17.) Male Wood Duck

18.) Northern Flicker

19.) Great Crested Flycatcher

20.) Hairy Woodpecker

21.) Downy Woodpecker

22.) Tree Swallow

23.) White-Breasted Nuthatch

24.) House Wren

25.) Common Snipe

26.) Brown-Headed Cowbird

27.) Red-Winged Blackbird

28.) Eastern Phoebe

29.) Rock Dove

30.) House Sparrow

31.) Killdeer

32.) Song Sparrow

33.) Field Sparrow

34.) Alder Flycatcher

35.) Willow Flycatcher

36.) Brown Thrasher

37.) Gray Catbird

38.) American Goldfinch

39.) Northern Cardinal

40.) Red-Tailed Hawk

41.) Osprey

42.) Great Horned Owl

43.) Great Blue Heron

44.) Common Loon                                

 

Vol. III

1.) Swamp Sparrow             

2.) Blue-winged Teal

3.) Virginia Rail

4.) Mallard

5.) Hooded Merganser

6.) Least Bittern

7.) Greater Yellowlegs

8.) Green Heron

9.) Canada Geese

10.) American Bittern

11.) Eastern Kingbird

12.) Mute Swan

13.) European Starling

14.) House Sparrow

15.) American Kestrel

16.) Savannah Sparrow

17.) Ring-necked Pheasant

18.) Snow Geese

19.) Common Raven

20.) Northern Harrier

21.) Bobolink

22.) Ring-billed gull

23.) Herring Gull

24.) Double-crested Cormorant

25.) Caspian Tern

26.) Black-backed Gull

27.) Black-crowned Night Heron

28.) Great Egret

29.) Pine Siskin

30.) Common Redpoll

31.) Junco

32.) Purple Finch

33.) Mourning Dove 

34.) Fox Sparrow

35.) Wild Turkey

36.) White-breasted Nuthatch

37.) White-throated Sparrow

 38.) Northern Flicker

39.) Veery

40.) Indigo Bunting

41.) Brown Creeper

42.) Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

43.) Red-shouldered Hawk

44.) Black-throated Blue Warbler

45.) American Robin

46.) Scarlet Tanager

47.) Bank Swallow

48.) Purple Martin

49.) Northern Rough Winged Swallow

50.) Cliff Swallow

51.) Barn Swallow

52.) Tree Swallow

 

Vol. IV

1.)      Rufous-Sided Towhee

2.)       Ruby-Throated Hummingbird

3.)      Rose-Breasted Grosbeak

4.)      Red-Eyed Vireo

5.)      Least Flycatcher

6.)       Snowy Owl

7.)       Horned Lark

8.)      Lapland Longspur

9.)      Snow Bunting

10.)   Northern Hawk Owl

11.)   Bohemian Waxwing

12.)   Pine Grosbeak

13.)   Blue Jay

14.)   Gray Jay

15.)   Scrub Jay

16.)   American Coot

17.)   Common Gallinule

18.)   Red-Winged Blackbird

19.)   American Bittern

20.)   Yellow-Rumped Warbler

21.)   Anhinga

22.)   Reddish Egret

23.)   Hooded Merganser

24.)   Lesser Scaup

25.)   Blue-Winged Teal

26.)   Northern Shoveler

27.)   Great Egret

28.)   White Pelican

29.)   Ring-Necked Duck

30.)   Tricolored Heron

31.)   Sandhill Crane

32.)   Cattle Egret

33.)   Palm Warbler

34.)   Great Blue Heron

35.)   Green Heron

36.)   Wood Stork

37.)   Roseate Spoonbill

38.)   Pied-Billed Grebe

39.)   Little Blue Heron

40.)   White Ibis

41.)   Glossy Ibis

42.)   Limpkin

43.)   Boat-Tailed Grackle

44.)   Black Vulture

45.)   Turkey Vulture

46.)   Sanderling

47.)   Willet

48.)   Piping Plover

49.)   Brown Pelican

50.)   Laughing Gull

51.)   Black Skimmer

52.)   Royal Tern

53.)   Least Sandpiper

54.)   Dunlin

55.)   Killdeer

56.)   Solitary Sandpiper

57.)   Spotted Sandpiper

 

Vol. V

1.) Peregrine Falcon

2.) Merlin

3.) American Kestrel

4.) Bat Falcon

5.) Eastern Wood Pee Pee

6.) Tufted Titmouse

7.) Red-bellied Woodpecker

8.) Brown Creeper

9.) Blue-headed Vireo

10.) American Crow

11.) Prairie Warbler

12.) Black-throated Blue Warbler

13.) Louisiana Waterthrush

14.) Mourning Warbler

15.) Northern Waterthrush

16.) Gray Catbird

17.) Northern Mockingbird

18.) Brown Thrasher

19.) Ovenbird

20.) Ruffed Grouse

21.) Blue-winged Warbler

22.) Hermit Thrush

23.) White-crowned Sparrow

24.) Golden-winged Warbler

25.) Spruce Grouse

26.) Boreal Chickadee

27.) Red-breasted Nuthatch

28.) Canada Jay

29.) Black-throated Green Warbler

30.) Nashville Warbler

31.) Swainson’s Hawk

32.) Bald Eagle

33.) Barred Owl

34.) Broad-winged Hawk

35.) Saw-whet Owl

36.) Hooded Warbler

-Gray Fox

-Snapping Turtle

-White-tailed Deer