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Birds of North America

Bird Songs and Calls ranging from A to Z

Information, images and range maps on over 1,000 birds of North America, including sub-species, vagrants, introduced birds and possibilities

On these pages of Classic Collection of North American Birds Ltd, you will find individual bird species songs and calls of birds on North American continent. Most of the birds songs or calls will be from native birds, which nest on a yearly basis throughout the lands and waters, and some may be vagrants, birds from other continents, that visited North Amwerica.

North American birds songs and calls from  Ab to Br

Others will be introduced birds and vagrant birds. Others, will be exotic birds, likely seen in parks, zoos, refuges or even escaped birds from private or public aviaries. Because of the large number of birds, each of these pages will pertain to the name of the bird species in alphabetical order.

Click on the bird images below to hear different North American bird species listed alphabetically from Ab to Br.

References to Other Bird Sites:

Avibase - the world bird database This site provides the user with a complete list of bird species, broken down per country, or in the example of the US or Canada, per state and province. Here, bird species names are available in other languages, a great asset to be used as a translation of foreign bird names.

ABA - American Birding Association This site represents an organization that maintains official records of all birds species that have been proven to have been seen inside the perimeters of the North American Continent and the surrounding bodies of water. Regular revised versions are posted to keep the bird list current at all times. This is the list used by all serious birders over their lifetime. You may be aware of the movie called the "Big Year". It was with this list that all the competing birders used in an attempt to set a new record as to how many bird species that could be seen by an individual birder in one calendar year.

I hope you will take advantage of these suggested websites. I have used each of them, in one way or another, throughout the years in my quest to better identify and understand our fine feathered friends.

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