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PASSERIFORMES
Muscicapidae
Lanidae
Mimidae
Sturnidae
Corvidae


1.  red-legged thrush
2. pearly-eyed thrush
3. American robin
4. Townsend's solitaire
5. blue jay
6. Florida scrub-jay
7. western scrub-jay
8. fish crow
9. northern mockingbrd
10. loggerhead shrike
11. crested myna
12. hill myna
13. American crow
14. chalk-browed mockingbird
chalk browed mockingbird sao paulo brazil
chalk browed mockingbird sao paulo brazil
chalk-browed mockingbird, Avaré, São Paulo, 2008.
american crow
American crow, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, 2008.
red-legged thrush
red-legged thrush (Turdus plumbeus), University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico
blue jay
blue jay

Blue jay (Cyanocitta cristata), Markham Park, Weston, FL, USA

 

fish crow
fish crow

Fish crow (Corvus ossifragus), Shark Valley, Everglades, FL, USA

 

scrub jay
florida scrub-jay

Florida scrub-jay (Aphlelocoma coerulescens), Archbold Biological Station, Highlands County, FL, USA

 

gray catbird
gray catbird, Bahia Honda, Florida Keys, 2009.
chalk browed mockingbird sao paulo brazil
chalk browed mockingbird sao paulo brazil
chalk-browed mockingbird, Avaré, São Paulo, 2008.
hill myna
hill myna, Coral Gables, FL, USA, 2008. Though the song is long and distinct, this bird is still rather elusive. Most photos will be of hill mynas will be shots from below like this one.

pearly-eyed thrush
Pearly-eyed thrush (Margarops fuscatus), University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico
American robin

American robin (Turdus migratorius), Camp Dick (by Boulder), CO, USA.

solitaire
Townsend's solitaire, Cortez, CO, USA
loggerhead shrike

Loggerhead shrike (Lanius ludovicianus), Markham Park, Weston, FL, USA

northern mockingbird

Northern mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos), Lox-a-hatchee Wildlife Refuge, FL, USA

common myna

Common myna (Acridotheres tristis), Key Biscayne, Miami, FL, USA

western_scrub-jay
Western scrub-jay, Santa Barbara, California 2008.  I was hoping to visit the Channel Islands during my stay in Santa Barbara, but I was not able to.  If I had gone and would have been able to see all three species of scrub jays.



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