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Bird Songs of Canada [ Vol. 4]

by John Neville

Volume 4 of 4, Eastern Bluebird to House Sparrow, 99 high -quality bird song recordings providing a valuable tool to anyone seeking to identify birds in North America. See notes for full track listing
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3. Mountain Bluebird
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5. Veery
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10. American Robin
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11. Varied Thrush
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12. Gray Catbird
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13. Northern Mockingbird
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16. European Starling
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18. American Pipit
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19. Sprague's Pipit
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20. A. Bohemian Waxwing, B. Cedar Waxwing
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23. Snow Bunting
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24. Ovenbird
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25. Worm-Eating Warbler
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26. Louisiana Waterthrush
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27. Northern Waterthrush
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28. A. Golden-Winged Warbler, B. Blue-Winged Warbler
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29. Black-and-White Warbler
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30. Prothonotary Warbler
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31. Tennessee Warbler
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32. Orange-Crowned Warbler
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33. Nashville Warbler
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34. Connecticut Warbler
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35. MacGillivray's Warbler
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36. Mourning Warbler
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37. A. Common Yellowthroat, B. Hooded Warbler
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38. A. American Redstart, B. Kirtland's Warbler
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39. A. Cape May Warbler, B. Cerulean Warbler
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40. Northern Parula
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41. Magnolia Warbler
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42. Bay-Breasted Warbler
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44. Yellow Warbler
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45. Chestnut-Sided Warbler
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46. Blackpoll Warbler
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47. Black-Throated Blue Warbler
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48. A. Palm Warbler, B. Pine Warbler
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49. A. Yellow-Rumped Warbler, B. Prairie Warbler
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50. Black-Throated Gray Warbler
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51. Townsend's Warbler
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52. A. Black-Throated Green Warbler, B. Canada Warbler
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53. Wilson's Warbler
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54. Yellow-Breasted Chat
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58. Field Sparrow
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59. Vesper Sparrow
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60. A. Lark Sparrow, B. Bell's Sparrow
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61. Lark Bunting
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62. Savannah Sparrow
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63. Grasshopper Sparrow
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64. A. Baird's Sparrow, B. Henslow's Sparrow
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65. Le Conte's Sparrow
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66. Nelson's Sparrow
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67. Fox Sparrow
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68. Song Sparrow
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69. A. Lincoln's Sparrow, B. Swamp Sparrow
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70. A. White-Throated Sparrow, B. Harris's Sparrow
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71. White-Crowned Sparrow
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72. Golden-Crowned Sparrow
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73. Dark-Eyed Junco
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74. Scarlet Tanager
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75. Western Tanager
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76. Northern Cardinal
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77. Rose-Breasted Grosbeak
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78. Black-Headed Grosbeak
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79. A. Lazuli Bunting, B. Indigo Bunting
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80. Dickcissel
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81. Bobolink
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82. Red-Winged Blackbird
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83. Eastern Meadowlark
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84. Western Meadowlark
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85. Yellow-Headed Blackbird
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86. A. Rusty Blackbird, B. Brewer's Blackbird
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87. Common Grackle
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88. A. Brown-Headed Cowbird, B. Orchard Oriole
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89. Bullock's Oriole
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90. Baltimore Oriole
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91. A. Gray-Crowned Rosy-Finch, B. Pine Grosbeak
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92. A. Purple Finch, B. Cassin's Finch
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93. House Finch
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94. A. Red Crossbill, B. White-Winged Crossbill
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95. A. Common Redpoll, B. Hoary Redpoll
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96. Pine Siskin
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97. American Goldfinch
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98. Evening Grosbeak
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99. House Sparrow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bird Songs of Canada
Chants d’oiseaux du Canada
by John Neville

Canada's diverse habitats are home to an extraordinary variety of breeding birds, nearly all of which are profiled in Bird Songs of Canada - a remarkable reference work bringing together many hundreds of high-quality recordings in a single 4-CD set. This exceptional collection provides a reconnection with nature, highlights our astonishing avian diversity, and offers a valuable tool to anyone seeking to identify birds by their songs and calls
Andrew P. Coughlan - Bird Studies Canada

John Neville's recordings are top notch, and will make a great addition to the audio libraries of Canadian birders.
Ted Cheskey, Manager, Bird Conservation, Nature Canada

Some are fortunate to find that passion that drives them to achieve much. John Neville found his in the myriad sounds that birds use to communicate and we are all the better for it. With this more than two decade-long pursuit he's secured his place in the pantheon of great bird sound recordists. From Surf Scoter to Gray-headed Chickadee, in his publication of "Bird Songs of Canada" John has created a work that anyone with an interest in the natural world will quickly understand is an invaluable tool for exploring it.
Greg Budney, Curator of Audio, Macaulay Library, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

This well-edited collection of sounds is a pleasure to listen to, and will help beginning and expert birders learn the wonderful diversity of bird songs in Canada
Charles M. Francis, PhD, Manager, Bird Population Monitoring, Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada
435 Bird Species and 396 Tracks

Species and Track List in English, French and Latin
More detailed track documentation will be available on nevillerecording.com
Tracklist Volumes 1-4

Bird Songs of Canada Chants d'oiseaux du Canada Vol. 4- CD4
Nature Recordists/Preneurs de son:
Christine Adkins (ca), Michael J. Andersen (ma), Gregory F. Budney (gb), Monty Brigham (mb), Greg Clark (gc), Kevin Colver (kc), Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, MacCauley Library of Natural Sound (c), Mel Coulson (mc), Eduardo E Inifigo-Elias (ee), Lang Elliott (le), Simon Elliott (se), William Evans (we), William WH Gunn (wg), David S. Herr (dh), Paul Jones( pj)
Geoffrey A. Keller (gk), Donald Kroodsma (dk), Curtis A. Marantz (cm), Derek McGinn (dm),
Ted Miller (tm), John Neville (jn), Catherine Thexton (ct), Gerrit Vyn (gv)
Playing time: Vol 4 – 91:02
CISS -ISBN # 978-1-926866-08-6
ref. AOU 53rd Supplement published July 2012 in the Auk [Vol. 129(3): 573-588]


Vol 4. Eastern Bluebird to House Sparrow
Track/Piste
1. Eastern Bluebird, Merlebleu de l'Est, Sialia sialis (jn) Variable melodic phrases when this bird returned in earl April. Niobrara State Park Nebraska April 2006
2. Western Bluebird, Merlebleu de l'Ouest, Sialia mexicana (jn) short whistled notes, sounds like churr and short chattering phrases at dawn. Okanagan Falls BC June 1996
3. Mountain Bluebird, Merlebleu azuré, Sialia currucoides (jn) descending burry whistles, a little more melodic than the Western Bluebird. Cypress Hills Saskatchewan June 2007
4. Townsend's Solitaire, Solitaire de Townsend, Myadestes townsendi (jn) long musical burry phrases and repetative bell-like "tink" call notes. Black Hills North Dakota May 2006
5. Veery, Grive fauve, Catharus fuscescens (jn) Beautiful flute-like descending notes followed by “churr” call notes. Chapleau Game Preserve Ontario June 2008
6. a. Gray-cheeked Thrush, Grive à joues grises, Catharus minimus (jn) Pleasing, descending phrases, similar, but higher pitched than the Veery. "Jeer" call notes. Dempster Highway Yukon 2004
b. Bicknell's Thrush, Grive de Bicknell, Catharus bicknelli (le) Song is an echoey flutelike jumble, sometimes rising or descending a little. Call is a “veee” or “veer” higher than Veery.
7. Swainson's Thrush, Grive à dos olive, Catharus ustulatus (jn) Rising flutelike song seeming to rise into the ether. Short call note is a “whit or what “ and a longer “whit-purr”. Western Brook Pond Trail, Gros Morne National Park Nfld June 2010
8. Hermit Thrush, Grive solitaire, Catharus guttatus (jn) Gentle, lyrical song with a mournful tone. Grand Manan Island New Brunswick May 2011
9. Wood Thrush, Grive des bois, Hylocichla mustelina (ct) Song is a rich flutelike “eee-oh-leee”, followed by soft low-pitched notes. Call include “pip” and “pip-pip-pip”(Mourning Dove in background) Interlake region Manitoba
10. American Robin, Merle d'Amérique, Turdus migratorius (jn) Song is oft repeated two or three phrases like “chirrup-chirrup-cheerily”. Call notes include “tuk”, sharper “peek” calls and a variety of other sounds. Call notes often given at dusk and in the winter on the west coast. The “peek” can be confused with the contact call of a Hairy Woodpecker. Two recordings Riding Mountain Manitoba May 2009, Salt Spring Island BC June 2000
11. Varied Thrush, Grive à collier, Ixoreus naevius (jn) Song is a one note sound, sometimes varying in pitch and volume from its predecessor. Sometimes sounds like a referee's whistle. Tetrahedron Plateau Sunshine Coast BC May 1999
12. Gray Catbird, Moqueur chat, Dumetella carolinensis (jn) Distinguished by “mee-oww” calls and a prolonged jumble of notes in a disjointed song. The notes are often raspy and sometimes imitate neighbouring birds. Fort Peck Montana May 2006
13. Northern Mockingbird, Moqueur polyglotte, Mimus polyglottos (jn) Song is a series of single notes or phrases, repeated two to six times. Slight pause between sequences and often mimicks other bird songs. Glasgow Montana May 2006
14. Sage Thrasher, Moqueur des armoises, Oreoscoptes montanus (kc) Song is an extended phrase of mellow, rolling or churring whistles April Utah
15. Brown Thrasher, Moqueur roux, Toxostoma rufum (jn) Song of rich, musical phrases, each repeated two or three times with pause between each set. Flint Hills Kansas April 2006
16. European Starling, Étourneau sansonnet, Sturnus vulgaris (jn) grating chatter and distinctive wolf whistles, harsh alarm notes around the nest site and a credible imitation of a Bald Eagle. Salt Spring Island BC May 2012
17. Red-throated Pipit, Pipit à gorge rousse, Anthus cervinus (mb) Song a long series of jingling phrases, all the same pitch and rhythm, each one repeated about five times.
18. American Pipit, Pipit d'Amérique, Anthus rubescens (le) Typical calls include "jeet" or "chit' often delivered in rapid series. Flight song is a rolling series of squeaky notes "chwee-chwee-chwee".
19. Sprague's Pipit, Pipit de Sprague, Anthus spragueii (jn)Descending series of bubbly notes given in flight above many hectares of grassland. Hargrave Ranch Walsh Alberta-Saskatchewan border June 2007
20. a. Bohemian Waxwing, Jaseur boréal, Bombycilla garrulus (ct) Flock in an Elm tree giving their rattling, trilled calls. ( House Sparrow in background) Manitoba December
b. Cedar Waxwing, Jaseur d'Amérique, Bombycilla cedrorum (jn) High, thin Buzzy notes of a small flock foraging in an old apple tree. Pakaskwa National Park Ontario May 2008
21. a. Lapland Longspur, Plectrophane lapon, Calcarius lapponicus (jn) Song a gentle jingling warble with rich, husky quality. Recorded along the tideline Churchill May 2009
b. Chestnut-collared Longspur, Plectrophane à ventre noir, Calcarius ornatus (jn) Slightly slurred, sweet flutelike song trending downwards. Walsh Alberta-Saskatchewan border June 2007
22. a. Smith's Longspur, Plectrophane de Smith,Calcarius pictus (gk) Song a high, sweet warble, similar to American Tree Sparrow( background Savannah Sparrow, mixed gulls) Churchill
b. McCown's Longspur, Plectrophane de McCown, Rhynchophanes mccownii (jn) Song a gentle liquid warble which is given as part of a display while parachuting over shortgrass prairie. Valley County Montana May 2006
23. Snow Bunting, Plectrophane des neiges, Plectrophenax nivalis (dm-jn) Listen to this lovely melody in the Scottish Cairngorms. Song is a rather low husky warbling with a repeated pattern. Also listen for the short nasal “buzz zrrt” given by members of the flock in Churchill Manitoba May 2009
24. Ovenbird, Paruline couronnée, Seiurus aurocapilla (jn) The rising notes seem to proclaim “Teacher Teacher Teacher” Turtle Mountain Manitoba 2007
25. Worm-eating Warbler, Paruline vermivore, Helmitheros vermivorum (le) Song is a dry trill, machine-like in quality. Calls include a sharp “chip”.
26. Louisiana Waterthrush, Paruline hochequeue, Parkesia motacilla (le) Song is several slurred whistles followed by a jumbled twitter (background Tufted Titmouse), extended song is given during encounters. Calls include a metallic “chink” and a buzzy “tzeet”.
27. Northern Waterthrush, Paruline des ruisseaux, Parkesia noveboracensis (jn) Song of loud, emphatic, clear chirping notes generally falling in pitch and accelerating. Dorothy Lake Jasper National Park Alberta June 1997
28. a. Golden-winged Warbler, Paruline à ailes dorées, Vermivora chrysoptera (jn-mb) Song a very fine, high “buzz zeee buzz buzz” (background Scartlet Tanager) Port Rowan Ontario 2000
b. Blue-winged Warbler, Paruline à ailes bleues, Vermivora cyanoptera (jn) Song a buzzy “beee buzzz”, like a deep sigh; first part high and thin, second part low and rough. Call notes “chip-chip”.Port Rowan Ontario June 2000
29. Black-and-white Warbler, Paruline noir et blanc, Mniotilta varia (jn) Song is a well spaced high thin simple series of two syllable phrases. Turtle Mountain Manitoba 2007
30. Prothonotary Warbler, Paruline orangée, Protonotaria citrea (le) Song is a series of loud “zweet” notes. Call is a loud “tink”
31. Tennessee Warbler, Paruline obscure, Oreothlypis peregrina (jn) Classic song is a series of sharp, spitting, high chips usually in three parts; second section slows down with pulselike notes and the third section is a descending trill like an Orange-crowned warbler. Gros Mourne National Park, Newfoundland June 2010
32. Orange-crowned Warbler, Paruline verdâtre, Oreothlypis celata (jn) Song is a descending trill, lower and faster at the end. Birds in the northern boreal forest (Taiga) have a slower trill. Chapleau Game Preserve Ontario May 2008
33. Nashville Warbler, Paruline à joues grises, Oreothlypis ruficapilla (jn) Bright notes slowly going down the scale with a short and faster coda. Track begins and ends with “spink” call notes. Riding Mountain National Park Manitoba May 2009
34. Connecticut Warbler, Paruline à gorge grise, Oporornis agilis (jn) Loud oscillating song with four-syllable phrases. The individual notes have a chirping quality. Prince Albert National Park Saskatchewan May 2003
35. MacGillivray's Warbler, Paruline des buissons, Geothlypis tolmiei (jn)Sweet song in two parts; second part at a lower pitch and one mnemonic would be "sweet sweet sugar sugar" ( background beginning Western Tanager) Salt Spring Island BC May 1999
36. Mourning Warbler, Paruline triste, Geothlypis philadelphia (jn) Song short and rhythmic with rich churring quality.Three examples including flight call "svit" and contact call flat "pwich". Meadow Lake Provincial Park and Prince Albert National Park Saskatchewan 2003
37. a. Common Yellowthroat, Paruline masquée, Geothlypis trichas (jn)Two examples of the bright "whichety-whitchety" song (backgound American Crow , Minke Frog and Trumpeter Swan) Dark Harbour Road Grand Manan Island New Brunswick May 2011; second example Seney Wildlife Reserve Michigan June 2000
b. Hooded Warbler, Paruline à capuchon, Setophaga citrina (jn-le) Typical song sounds like "weeta weeta wee-tee-yo". Call is a metalic "chink".
38. a. American Redstart, Paruline flamboyante, Setophaga ruticilla (jn-ct) Song is a short variable phrase between two and four notes : here are four examples from Alberta to Ontario (background Baltimore Oriole third example). Call note quiet "tic".
b. Kirtland's Warbler, Paruline de Kirtland, Setophaga kirtlandii (jn) Found amongst young Jack Pines. Song of low rich notes; loud and emphatic; rising in pitch and intensity (background Hermit Thrush and American Crow) Grayling Michigan June 2000
39. a. Cape May Warbler, Paruline tigrée, Setophaga tigrina (jn-le) Very high thin notes and second example is slightly buzzy. Deeper "chip" call note. Prince Albert National Park Saskatchewan May 2003
b. Cerulean Warbler, Paruline azurée, Setophaga cerulea (jn) Song is a musical phrase becoming buzzy at the end. Port Rowan Ontario May 2001
40. Northern Parula, Paruline à collier, Setophaga americana (jn)Two examples producing a high rising arpeggio, droping in pitch on the last note. First example is thinner and faster. Second example is more typical. Grand Manan Island New Brunswick May 2011
41. Magnolia Warbler, Paruline à tête cendrée, Setophaga magnolia (jn) Song short musical but rather weak and simple "sweeter sweeter sweetest"; variable , similar to Hooded warbler but less emphatic. Very common in the boreal forest. Riding Mountain National Park May 2009
42. Bay-breasted Warbler, Paruline à poitrine baie, Setophaga castanea (jn) Song is a high, thin musical “teesa teesa teesa”. Laird Highway BC June 2002
43. Blackburnian Warbler, Paruline à gorge orangée, Setophaga fusca (dk-jn) Song is dry and incredibly high notes. First example at dawn. Sometimes sounds like "sweet sweet sweet". Massechsets, Prince Albert National Park Sasktchewan 2003
44. Yellow Warbler, Paruline jaune, Setophaga petechia (jn) Sweet song, variable, even by the same bird, and mneumonic approximates "sweet, sweet, little boy sweet". Contact call is a quiet "chip". Three examples Port Joli Kejimkujik Seaside National Park Nova Scotia June 2011; Tall Grass Preserve Manitoba May 2007; BC June 1997
45. Chestnut-sided Warbler, Paruline à flancs marron, Setophaga pensylvanica (jn-ct-le) Variey of songs, but basic song pattern sounds like “pleased, pleased, pleased, to meet ya”. Calls include a loud “chewk”. Wilson's Track Port Rowan Ontario June 2000 and Manitoba
46. Blackpoll Warbler, Paruline rayée, Setophaga striata (jn-le) Song is a high, insectlike ticking sound. Call notes are a loud "chip". Tadoussac Quebec May 2010
47. Black-throated Blue Warbler, Paruline bleue, Setophaga caerulescens (jn-le) The mneumonic is “ I'm so lazee!”. Call note is a hard metallic “click”. Grand Manan Island New Brunsick May 2011
48. a. Palm Warbler, Paruline à couronne rousse, Setophaga palmarum (jn) Loose, weak song “sisisisi”. Call a sharp “chip”. Usually around wetlands. Manitoba June 2009
b. Pine Warbler, Paruline des pins, Setophaga pinus (mb) Fast trill very similar to Chipping Sparrow. Visual ID is helpful. Ontario
49. a. Yellow-rumped Warbler, Paruline à croupion jaune, Setophaga coronata (jn) Song is a musical trill with variable endings. Often the first warbler to appear in the spring. Calls include a dry “check”. Sandy Lake Terra Nova National Park Newfoundland June 2010
b. Prairie Warbler, Paruline des prés, Setophaga discolor (mb) Song is a rising arpeggio with buzzy notes.
50. Black-throated Gray Warbler, Paruline grise, Setophaga nigrescens (jn-kc) Energetic song in two parts. Contact call is a sharp”tick”. North Lake Sunshine Coast BC June 1999; April California,and May Utah
51. Townsend's Warbler, Paruline de Townsend, Setophaga townsendi (jn)Song a rapid series of mainly buzzy notes; variable in pattern but often rising; higher and thinner than the Black-throated Gray. Kootenay National Park BC June 1997; Salt Spring Island BC April 2001
52. a. Black-throated Green Warbler, Paruline à gorge noire, Setophaga virens (jn-mb) The buzzy song has a dance rhythm “slow-slow-quick-quick”or “slow-slow-quick-quick-slow”. Call is a sharp”tec”. Ontario June 2008
b. Canada Warbler, Paruline du Canada, Cardellina canadensis (jn-mb) Irregular song somewhat represented by the syllables of “can-a-da” especially in the ending. Call notes sputtering “tip”. Bruce Penninsula National Park May Ontario 2000
53. Wilson's Warbler, Paruline à calotte noire, Cardellina pusilla (jn) Song is a chattery staccato trill, often in two parts. Call is a flat “chet” given in flight. Cape St Mary' s Ecological Reserve Newfoundland June 2010 ; Sunshine Coast BC June 1999
54. Yellow-breasted Chat, Paruline polyglotte, Icteria virens (mb) Song a disjunct series of phrases ( background American Crow, Red-winged Blackbird)
55. a. Spotted Towhee, Tohi tacheté, Pipilo maculatus (jn) Song is a number of identical introductory notes followed by a harsh or buzzy, rapid trill. First example call note approximates rising “tow-hee” ; second example is a sharp, grating “creck”given at any time of the year. Salt Spring Island BC 1998 and 2012
b. Eastern Towhee, Tohi à flancs roux, Pipilo erythrophthalmus (jn) Song mneumonic is“ drink-your-tea” and shorter variations. Contact call is ”tow-eee”, higher pitched than the Spotted. Pelee Island Ontario June 2000 :Cape Breton National Park Nova Scotia June 2011
56. a. American Tree Sparrow, Bruant hudsonien, Spizella arborea (jn) Song is a soft sweet series of whistles and warbles, descending towards the end. Slight variations between each song. Muskwa-Kechika Management Area BC 1997
b. Chipping Sparrow, Bruant familier, Spizella passerina (jn) Mechanical, or insectlike trill rising in pitch slightly towards the end (background American Robin). Calls include a sharp “chip”. Prince Albert National Park Saskatchewan June 2003
57. a. Clay-colored Sparrow, Bruant des plaines, Spizella pallida (jn) Buzzy song usually given in twos and threes, occasionally longer series. Contact call is a short “pit”. Riske Creek BC 2003
b. Brewer's Sparrow, Bruant de Brewer, Spizella breweri (jn-kc)Short song starts with buzzy notes and ends in a trill. Extended song is a series of buzzes and trills like a "Chipping Sparrow trying to imitating a canary".White Lake Okanagan BC May 2012; June CA
58. Field Sparrow, Bruant des champs, Spizella pusilla (jn) Two long slurry notes followed by an accelerating slowly descending trill (background Baltimore Oriole). Charles M Russell Wildlife Refuge Montana May 2006
59. Vesper Sparrow, Bruant vespéral, Pooecetes gramineus (jn) Song begins with two low whistles, then slow musical trills. Clinton BC May 2011
60. a. Lark Sparrow, Bruant à joues marron, Chondestes grammacus (jn) Two notes at thee beginning are slurred and the trill is slightly burry. The pattern of the song similar to Vesper. Saskatchewan Landing Saskatchewan May 2013
b. Bell's Sparrow, Bruant de Bell, Artemisiospiza belli (jn) Song finch-like, a short, mumbled, sing-song warble of relatively burry trills, rising and falling in pitch with no strong pattern. Blue Lake Okanagan May 1996
61. Lark Bunting, Bruant noir et blanc, Calamospiza melanocorys (jn) Entire song rich, complex and repititious. Repeated trills of different tones given 3-6 times. Val Marie Grasslands National Park Saskatchewan May 2007
62. Savannah Sparrow, Bruant des prés, Passerculus sandwichensis (jn) Song has three or four thin rising notes ending with two lower pitched sounds ,"sip sip sip seee-ya".Tintamarra Marsh New Brunswick June 2011
63. Grasshopper Sparrow, Bruant sauterelle, Ammodramus savannarum (jn) High thin raspy song somewhat similar to the stridulation of a grasshopper. The song is quiet and easily overlooked. Grasslands National Park Saskatchewan May 2007
64. a. Baird's Sparrow, Bruant de Baird, Ammodramus bairdii (jn) Song is several high clear “tink” notes followed by a clear musical trill (background Western Meadowlark) .Valley County Montana May 2006
b. Henslow's Sparrow, Bruant de Henslow, Ammodramus henslowii (le) Song a dry insect-like weak hiccup (backgroud Whip-poor-will Chorus Frog).
65. Le Conte's Sparrow, Bruant de Le Conte, Ammodramus leconteii (jn) Song begins with high stuttering notes, ending in a quiet insect like buzz (background Alder Flycatcher, Wilson's Snipe). Saskatchewan June 2003
66. Nelson's Sparrow, Bruant de Nelson, Ammodramus nelsoni (jn) Song a weak, soft, airy fading hiss with slightly lower notes at beginning and end. Call notes hard "tek" and "see-zsip". Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick May 2011.
67. Fox Sparrow, Bruant fauve, Passerella iliaca (jn-ct) Song a bright clear musical warble by two subspecies Red(Taiga) Churchill Manitoba May 2009 and " chupp" call notes Interlake Area Manitoba; Slate-colored (Interior West) Tonquin Valley Jasper National Park Alberta 1997. Sooty (Pacific) subspecies -Song a long irregular series with widely separated notes at the beginning and end. Salt Spring Island BC October 2012
68. Song Sparrow, Bruant chanteur, Melospiza melodia (jn) Song starts with two or three single notes followed by an irregular trill. The mnemonic for this song is “maids, maids, put on the kettle-ettle-ettle”. Each bird has eight to eleven variations of its own and examples are given from the east to the west coast. The west coast example demonstrates a bird imitating a Spotted Towhee. The call notes are a single or repetative “cheeep”. Ontario May 2010; Banff National Park Alberta June 1997; Salt Spring Island BC April 1999
69. a. Lincoln's Sparrow, Bruant de Lincoln, Melospiza lincolnii (jn-le) First three buzzy trills rise in pitch then fall away in jumbled trills. Calls include a high “tseet” and lower “chup”. He usually stays in place when approached within a few feet aand continues to sing. Jasper National Park Alberta May 1997
b. Swamp Sparrow, Bruant des marais, Melospiza georgiana (jn) Slow musical trill of nine to eleven notes on a single pitch. Parc Nationale du Saquenay Quebec May 2010
70. a. White-throated Sparrow, Bruant à gorge blanche, Zonotrichia albicollis (jn) High, pure rhythmic whistles. Fits the mnemonic "OH Canada Canada Canada". Second bird is countersinging in the background. Elk Island National Park Alberta May 2003
b. Harris's Sparrow, Bruant à face noire, Zonotrichia querula (ct) Song is a clear whistled two or three notes on a single pitch. Also has burrier song on a lower pitch. Interlake region Manitoba
71. White-crowned Sparrow, Bruant à couronne blanche, Zonotrichia leucophrys (jn-le) Song begins with one or two pure whistles followed by several sweeping notes and buzzy trills. Two examples of variations in Yukon and Northwest Territory. Mnemonic is "poor-will-peed his pants". Location call is a high "seet". Dempster Highway May 2004
72. Golden-crowned Sparrow, Bruant à couronne dorée, Zonotrichia atricapilla (jn) Clear whistled three or four note song. First note long and drawn out. Mnemonic is “oh deeear me”. Canadian Rockies song more complex. Winter song from west coast slightly different. Call note is a clear sharp “bink”. Tonquin Valley Jasper National Park Alberta July 1997; Salt Spring Island BC October 2006
73. Dark-eyed Junco, Junco ardoisé, Junco hyemalis (jn) Song is a musical trill sometimes rising in pitch in the middle. Repetative tapping call notes like hitting two stones together. Pink-sided subspecies Cypress Hills Alberta June 2007
74. Scarlet Tanager, Piranga écarlate, Piranga olivacea (jn-le) Bright burry song with a rhythmic cadence similar to song of American Robin. Call a hard “chik-burr”; may give single or double “chik” . Rondeau Provincial Park Ontario May 2001
75. Western Tanager, Piranga à tête rouge, Piranga ludoviciana (jn) Song similar to Scarlet and burry. Distinctive "per-dick" call and a quick rising rattle. Cortes Island BC June 1999.
76. Northern Cardinal, Cardinal rouge, Cardinalis cardinalis (jn) Song is a series of elequent twangy whistles. This is also a duet by a male and female. Wilson's Tract Port Rowan Ontario May 2001
77. Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Cardinal à poitrine rose, Pheucticus ludovicianus (jn-ct) Melodious whistles like an operatic Robin, usually from the top of a tree (background White-crowned Sparrow). Calls include metallic "chink"(the most common call), "teeyoo" and related sounds (of immatures), and "weep"calls (of birds in flock). Grand Manan Island New Brunswick May 2011 and Interlake region Manitoba
78. Black-headed Grosbeak, Cardinal à tête noire, Pheucticus melanocephalus (jn-kc) The song is a long whistled melody of twelve to fifteen notes, oscillating like a Robin. Common call is a metallic "chink". Salt Spring Island BC July 2005; calls May Utah
79. a. Lazuli Bunting, Passerin azuré, Passerina amoena (jn) Song is a high sharp warble. Grand Forks BC ( thanks to the late Ron Walker) May 1994
b. Indigo Bunting, Passerin indigo, Passerina cyanea (jn) Song a high sharp warble with most phrases repeated; quality musical and metallic. Mnemonic "fire-fire where-where here- here"(background Red-winged Blackbird). Wilson's Tract Port Rowan Ontario 2001
80. Dickcissel, Dickcissel d'Amérique, Spiza americana (le) Basic Song sounds like"dick dick siss sissel"; other patterns include trills whistles and buzzes.
81. Bobolink, Goglu des prés, Dolichonyx oryzivorus (jn) Song is an exuberant ramble of bubbling notes often given in flight. Tintamarra Marsh New Brunswick June 2011
82. Red-winged Blackbird, Carouge à épaulettes, Agelaius phoeniceus (jn) Track begins with the distinctive “conk-aree-ah” call of the male; clear whistled calls; contact “check 'or 'tink' calls and the flourish often made by the female entering and leaving the nesting territory. Police Outpost Provincial Park Alberta May 2007; Radar Lake Dawson Creek BC May 1997; Vivian Lake Meadowlake Provincial Park Saskatchewan June 2013
83. Eastern Meadowlark, Sturnelle des prés, Sturnella magna (jn-kc) Song comprises of simple slurred notes with a wistful quality. Mnemonic is musical “spring of the year” and harsh “check” notes. Niobraro State Park Nebraska April 2006 ; June Arizona
84. Western Meadowlark, Sturnelle de l'Ouest, Sturnella neglecta (jn) Iconic grasslands sound. Song a rich, low descending warble, begins with well-spaced clear, short whistles and ends with rapid gurgle. Call a hard 'check” and a low rattle. Val Marie Grasslands National Park Saskatchewan May 2007
85. Yellow-headed Blackbird, Carouge à tête jaune, Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus (jn) Song is definitely unmusical, a few harsh clacking notes on diferent pitches and wailing sounds. The last part of the track has a colony with hundreds of young birds including rasping rattles and descending trills. Pakowka Lake Alberta May 2007; Creston Wildlife Management Area BC June 1995
86. a.Rusty Blackbird, Quiscale rouilleux, Euphagus carolinus (ct) Squeaky song sounds somewhat like a rusty hinge; gurgling notes are sometimes given alone;"check" and whistling notes similar to Brewer's. Interlake Region Manitoba
b.Brewer's Blackbird, Quiscale de Brewer, Euphagus cyanocephalus (jn) Song is a raspy, buzzy sound with whistled notes and shorter, harsher "chek" calls than the Rusty. Victoria BC September 2012
87. Common Grackle, Quiscale bronzé, Quiscalus quiscula (jn) Harsh crackle and loud sharp”chek” calls. Calamus River Nebraska April 2006
88. a. Brown-headed Cowbird, Vacher à tête brune, Molothrus ater (jn) Song low, gurgling or bubbling notes followed by thin slurred whistles. Mnemonic “bubble bubble Zeee”. Call a flat, hard, rising rattle. Grayling Michigan June 2001; Creston Wildlife Management Area BC May 2013
b. Orchard Oriole, Oriole des vergers, Icterus spurius (le) Song a complex series of loud whistles and buzzy notes rapidly delivered. Calls include “chuk”, “chuk-seee”, a plaintive whistle and a harsh chatter.
89. Bullock's Oriole, Oriole de Bullock, Icterus bullockii (jn) Song includes melodic whistles, chucks and squeaky notes; generally not as musical as Baltimore Oriole. Calls include, "chuk", melodic whistles and a harsh chatter ( background Red-winged Blackbird, Canada Geese). Creston Wildlife Management Area BC May 2013
90. Baltimore Oriole, Oriole de Baltimore, Icterus galbula (ct) Song is a variable series of bright melodic whistles, mnemonic"Peter, Peter, Peter". Harsh or raspy notes are sometimes prominent. Calls include a harsh "jeet-jeet-jeet", a harsh chattering "ch-ch-ch-ch" and a nasal "dee-dee-dee"(made by immatures). Interlake Region Manitoba
91. a. Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch, Roselin à tête grise, Leucosticte tephrocotis (c) Song a slow descendi8ng series of husky whistled notes and a short rattling call at a lower pitch.
b. Pine Grosbeak, Durbec des sapins, Pinicola enucleator (le) Song is a bright musical warble. Calls include a melodious or squeky “tu-weet-wee”and various whistles and song fragments.
92. a. Purple Finch, Roselin pourpré, Haemorhous purpureus (jn) Begins with the long warbles of an Eastern bird from Fushimi Lake Provincial Park Northern Ontario followed by a less structured song from Salt Spring Island BC and "pic" contact calls (background White-crowned Sparrow). May 2008 and March 2008
b. Cassin's Finch, Roselin de Cassin, Haemorhous cassinii (jn) A bright song, longer, less structured and burrier than the Eastern Purple Finch (backgound Western Tanager). Okanagan Falls BC May 2012
93. House Finch, Roselin familier, Haemorhous mexicanus (jn) Long warbled song, a little less musical than the Purple Finch with one or two harsh notes at the end. “Fillp” contact call between songs. Niabrara State Park Nebraska April 2006
94. a. Red Crossbill, Bec-croisé des sapins, Loxia curvirostra (jn) Flock calls and individual song a hard or clicking phrase “pink-pink'” . Jasper National Park Alberta June 1997
b. White-winged Crossbill, Bec-croisé bifascié, Loxia leucoptera (jn) The song tends to be a mechanical trill repeated at different pitches. Call in flight a rising “veeht”singly or in series. Maligne Lake Jasper National Park Alberta May and September 2007
95. a. Common Redpoll, Sizerin flammé, Acanthis flammea (jn) Call a husky, wiry rising "tweee" sound amongst the chatter and trills. Churchill Manitoba May 2009
b. Hoary Redpoll, Sizerin blanchâtre, Acanthis hornemanni (ct) Bright “chee-chee “ chatter and wing sounds of a feeding winter flock. Interlake Region Manitoba
96. Pine Siskin, Tarin des pins, Spinus pinus (jn-ct) Song a rapid run-on jumble of fairly low, husky notes; generally a string of call notes like a goldfinch but husky and harsh. Characteristic rising buzzy zipper like call. Begins with an individual followed by the jumbled sounds of a flock. Nelson BC Nov 1996; Interlake Region Manitoba
97. American Goldfinch, Chardonneret jaune, Spinus tristis (jn) Extended song a run-on of lovely chattering notes, canary like warble given in early spring. Diagnostic rising emphatic “su-weet” call. Leamington Ontario April 2000
98. Evening Grosbeak, Gros-bec errant, Coccothraustes vespertinus (jn) Simple"peer" calls of a flock. Whitefish Michigan June 2001
99. House Sparrow, Moineau domestique, Passer domesticus (jn) Song a monotonous series of nearly identical cheeps, followed by a winter roosting flock. Victoria BC April and December 1999



Bird Songs of Canada Chants d'oiseaux du Canada Volume 1
Tracklist Volume 1
1. Welcome
2. Greater White-fronted Goose, Oie rieuse, Anser albifrons
3. Graylag Goose, Oie cendrée, Anser anser
4. Snow Goose, Oie des neiges, Aythya affinis
5. Ross's Goose, Oie de Ross, Chen rossii
6. Brant, Bernache cravant, Branta bernicla
7. Cackling Goose, Bernache de Hutchins, Branta hutchinsii
8. Canada Goose, Bernache du Canada, Branta canadesis
9. Mute Swan, Cygne tuberculé, Cygnus olor
10. a.Trumpeter Swan, Cygne trompette, Cygnus buccinator
b.Tundra Swan, Cygne siffleur, Cygnus columbianus
11. Wood Duck, Canard branchu, Aix sponsa
12. Gadwall, Canard chipeau, Anas strepera
13. Eurasian Wigeon, Canard siffleur, Anas penelope
14. American Wigeon, Canard d'Amérique, Anas americana
15. a.American Black Duck, Canard noir, Anas rubripes
b.Mallard, Canard colvert, Anas platyrhynchos
16. Blue-winged Teal, Sarcelle à ailes bleues, Anas discors
17. Cinnamon Teal, Sarcelle cannelle, Anas cyanoptera
18. Northern Shoveler, Canard souchet, Anas clypeata
19. Northern Pintail, Canard pilet, Anas acuta
20. Green-winged Teal, Sarcelle d'hiver, Anas crecca
21. Canvasback, Fuligule à dos blanc, Aythya valisineria
22. Redhead, Fuligule à tête rouge, Aythya americana
23. Ring-necked Duck, Fuligule à collier, Aythya collaris
24. Greater Scaup, Fuligule milouinan, Aythya marila
25. Lesser Scaup, Petit Fuligule, Aythya affinis
26. King Eider, Eider à tête grise, Somateria spectabilis
27. Common Eider, Eider à duvet, Somateria mollissima
28. Harlequin Duck, Arlequin plongeur, Histrionicus histrionicus
29. Surf Scoter, Macreuse à front blanc, Melanitta perspicillata
30. White-winged Scoter, Macreuse brune, Melanitta fusca
31. Black Scoter, Macreuse à bec jaune, Melanitta americana
32. Long-tailed Duck, Harelde kakawi, Clangula hyemalis
33. Bufflehead, Petit Garrot, Bucephala albeola
34. Common Goldeneye, Garrot à oeil d'or, Bucephala clangula
35. Barrow's Goldeneye, Garrot d'Islande, Bucephala islandica
36. Hooded Merganser, Harle couronné, Lophodytes cucullatus
37. Common Merganser, Grand Harle, Mergus merganser
38. Red-breasted Merganser, Harle huppé, Mergus serrator
39. Ruddy Duck, Érismature rousse, Oxyura jamaicensis
40. California Quail, Colin de Californie, Callipepla californica
41. Northern Bobwhite, Colin de Virginie, Colinus virginianus
42. Chukar, Perdrix choukar, Alectoris chukar
43. Gray Partridge, Perdrix grise, Perdix perdix
44. Ring-necked Pheasant, Faisan de Colchide, Phasianus colchicus
45. Ruffed Grouse, Gélinotte huppée, Bonasa umbellus
46. Greater Sage-Grouse, Tétras des armoises, Centrocercus urophasianus
47. Spruce Grouse, Tétras du Canada, Falcipennis canadensis
48. Willow Ptarmigan, Lagopède des saules, Lagopus lagopus
49. Rock Ptarmigan, Lagopède alpin, Lagopus muta
50. White-tailed Ptarmigan, Lagopède à queue blanche, Lagopus leucura
51. a.Dusky Grouse, Tétras sombre, Dendragapus obscurus
b.Sooty Grouse, Tétras fuligineux, Dendragapus fuliginosus
52. Sharp-tailed Grouse, Tétras à queue fine, Tympanuchus phasianellus
53. Wild Turkey, Dindon sauvage, Meleagris gallopavo
54. Red-throated Loon, Plongeon catmarin, Gavia stellata
55. Pacific Loon, Plongeon du Pacifique, Gavia pacifica
56. Common Loon, Plongeon huard, Gavia immer
57. Yellow-billed Loon, Plongeon à bec blanc, Gavia adamsii
58. Pied-billed Grebe, Grèbe à bec bigarré, Podilymbus podiceps
59. Horned Grebe, Grèbe esclavon, Podiceps auritus
60. Red-necked Grebe, Grèbe jougris, Podiceps grisegena
61. Eared Grebe, Grèbe à cou noir, Podiceps nigricollis
62. Western Grebe, Grèbe élégant, Aechmophorus occidentalis
63. Clark's Grebe, Grèbe à face blanche, Aechmophorus clarkii
64. Northern Fulmar, Fulmar boréal, Fulmarus glacialis
65. Manx Shearwater, Puffin des Anglais, Puffinus puffinus
66. Leach's Storm-Petrel, Océanite cul-blanc, Oceanodroma leucorhoa
67. Northern Gannet, Fou de Bassan, Morus bassanus
68. Brandt's Cormorant, Cormoran de Brandt, Phalacrocorax penicillatus
69. Double-crested Cormorant, Cormoran à aigrettes, Phalacrocorax auritus
70. Pelagic Cormorant, Cormoran pélagique, Phalacrocorax pelagicus
71. American White Pelican, Pélican d'Amérique, Pelecanus erythrorhynchos
72. Brown Pelican, Pélican brun, Pelecanus occidentalis
73. American Bittern, Butor d'Amérique, Botaurus lentiginosus
74. Least Bittern, Petit Blongios, Ixobrychus exilis
75. Great Blue Heron, Grand Héron, Ardea herodias
76. a.Great Egret, Grande Aigrette, Ardea alba
b.Snowy Egret, Aigrette neigeuse, Egretta thula
77. Cattle Egret, Héron garde-boeufs, Bubulcus ibis
78. Green Heron, Héron vert, Butorides virescens
79. Black-crowned Night-Heron, Bihoreau gris, Nycticorax nycticorax
80. Turkey Vulture, Urubu à tête rouge, Cathartes aura
81. Osprey, Balbuzard pêcheur, Pandion haliaetus
82. Bald Eagle, Pygargue à tête blanche, Haliaeetus leucocephalus
83. Northern Harrier, Busard Saint-Martin, Circus cyaneus
84. Sharp-shinned Hawk, Épervier brun, Accipiter striatus
85. Cooper's Hawk, Épervier de Cooper, Accipiter cooperii
86. Northern Goshawk, Autour des palombes, Accipiter gentilis
87. Red-shouldered Hawk, Buse à épaulettes, Buteo lineatus
88. Broad-winged Hawk, Petite Buse, Buteo platypterus
89. Swainson's Hawk, Buse de Swainson, Buteo swainsoni
90. Red-tailed Hawk, Buse à queue rousse, Buteo jamaicensis
91. Ferruginous Hawk, Buse rouilleuse, Buteo regalis
92. Rough-legged Hawk, Buse pattue, Buteo lagopus
93. Golden Eagle, Aigle royal, Aquila chrysaetos
94. Yellow Rail, Râle jaune, Coturnicops noveboracensis
95. King Rail, Râle élégant, Rallus elegans
96. Virginia Rail, Râle de Virginie, Rallus limicola
97. Sora, Marouette de Caroline, Porzana carolina
98. Common Gallinule, Gallinule d’Amérique, Gallinula galeata
99. American Coot, Foulque d'Amérique, Fulica americana

Bird Songs of Canada Chants d'oiseaux du Canada Volume 2
Tracklist Volume 2
1. Sandhill Crane, Grue du Canada, Grus canadensis
2. Whooping Crane, Grue blanche, Grus americana
3. Black-bellied Plover, Pluvier argenté, Pluvialis squatarola
4. American Golden-Plover, Pluvier bronzé, Pluvialis dominica
5. Semipalmated Plover, Pluvier semipalmé, Charadrius semipalmatus
6. Piping Plover, Pluvier siffleur, Charadrius melodus
7. Killdeer, Pluvier kildir, Charadrius vociferus
8. Black Oystercatcher, Huîtrier de Bachman, Haematopus bachmani
9. Black-necked Stilt, Échasse d'Amérique, Himantopus mexicanus
10. American Avocet, Avocette d'Amérique, Recurvirostra americana
11. Spotted Sandpiper, Chevalier grivelé, Actitis macularius
12. Solitary Sandpiper, Chevalier solitaire, Tringa solitaria
13. Wandering Tattler, Chevalier errant, Tringa incana
14. Greater Yellowlegs, Grand Chevalier, Tringa melanoleuca
15. Willet, Chevalier semipalmé, Tringa semipalmata
16. Lesser Yellowlegs, Petit Chevalier, Tringa flavipes
17. Upland Sandpiper, Maubèche des champs, Bartramia longicauda
18. Whimbrel, Courlis corlieu, Numenius phaeopus
19. Long-billed Curlew, Courlis à long bec, Numenius americanus
20. a.Hudsonian Godwit, Barge hudsonienne, Limosa haemastica
b.Marbled Godwit, Barge marbrée, Limosa fedoa
21. Ruddy Turnstone, Tournepierre à collier, Arenaria interpres
22. Black Turnstone, Tournepierre noir, Arenaria melanocephala
23. Surfbird, Bécasseau du ressac, Aphriza virgata
24. Red Knot, Bécasseau maubèche,Calidris canutus
25. Sanderling, Bécasseau sanderling, Calidris alba
26. Semipalmated Sandpiper, Bécasseau semipalmé, Calidris pusilla
27. Western Sandpiper, Bécasseau d'Alaska, Calidris mauri
28. Least Sandpiper, Bécasseau minuscule, Calidris minutilla
29. White-rumped Sandpiper, Bécasseau à croupion blanc, Calidris fuscicollis
30. Baird's Sandpiper, Bécasseau de Baird, Calidris bairdii
31. Pectoral Sandpiper, Bécasseau à poitrine cendrée, Calidris melanotos
32. a.Purple Sandpiper, Bécasseau violet, Calidris maritima
b.Rock Sandpiper, Bécasseau des Aléoutiennes, Calidris ptilocnemis
33. Dunlin, Bécasseau variable, Calidris alpina
34. a.Stilt Sandpiper, Bécasseau à échasses, Calidris himantopus
b.Buff-breasted Sandpiper, Bécasseau roussâtre, Tryngites subruficollis
35. a.Short-billed Dowitcher, Bécassin roux, Limnodromus griseus
b.Long-billed Dowitcher, Bécassin à long bec, Limnodromus scolopaceus
36. Wilson's Snipe, Bécassine de Wilson, Gallinago delicata
37. American Woodcock, Bécasse d'Amérique, Scolopax minor
38. Wilson's Phalarope, Phalarope de Wilson, Phalaropus tricolor
39. a.Red-necked Phalarope, Phalarope à bec étroit, Phalaropus lobatus
b.Red Phalarope, Phalarope à bec large, Phalaropus fulicarius
40. Black-legged Kittiwake, Mouette tridactyle, Rissa tridactyla
41. a.Ivory Gull, Mouette blanche, Pagophila eburnea
b.Sabine's Gull, Mouette de Sabine, Xema sabini
42. Bonaparte's Gull, Mouette de Bonaparte, Chroicocephalus philadelphia
43. Black-headed Gull, Mouette rieuse, Chroicocephalus ridibundus
44. Ross's Gull, Mouette rosée, Rhodostethia rosea
45. Laughing Gull, Mouette atricille, Leucophaeus atricilla
46. Franklin's Gull, Mouette de Franklin, Leucophaeus pipixcan
47. Heermann's Gull, Goéland de Heermann, Larus heermanni
48. Mew Gull, Goéland cendré, Larus canus
49. Ring-billed Gull, Goéland à bec cerclé, Larus delawarensis
50. Western Gull, Goéland d'Audubon, Larus occidentalis
51. California Gull, Goéland de Californie, Larus californicus
52. Herring Gull, Goéland argenté, Larus argentatus
53. Thayer's Gull, Goéland de Thayer, Larus thayeri
54. Lesser Black-backed Gull, Goéland brun, Larus fuscus
55. Glaucous-winged Gull, Goéland à ailes grises, Larus glaucescens
56. Glaucous Gull, Goéland bourgmestre, Larus hyperboreus
57. Great Black-backed Gull, Goéland marin, Larus marinus
58. Caspian Tern, Sterne caspienne, Hydroprogne caspia
59. a.Black Tern, Guifette noire, Chlidonias niger
b.Roseate Tern, Sterne de Dougall, Sterna dougallii
60. Common Tern, Sterne pierregarin, Sterna hirundo
61. Arctic Tern, Sterne arctique, Sterna paradisaea
62. Forster's Tern, Sterne de Forster, Sterna forsteri
63. Great Skua, Grand Labbe, Stercorarius skua
64. Pomarine Jaeger, Labbe pomarin, Stercorarius pomarinus
65. Parasitic Jaeger, Labbe parasite, Stercorarius parasiticus
66. Long-tailed Jaeger, Labbe à longue queue, Stercorarius longicaudus
67. Dovekie, Mergule nain, Alle alle
68. Common Murre, Guillemot marmette, Uria aalge
69. Thick-billed Murre, Guillemot de Brünnich, Uria lomvia
70. Razorbill, Petit Pingouin, Alca torda
71. Black Guillemot, Guillemot à miroir, Cepphus grylle
72. Pigeon Guillemot, Guillemot colombin, Cepphus columba
73. Marbled Murrelet, Guillemot marbré, Brachyramphus marmoratus
74. Ancient Murrelet, Guillemot à cou blanc, Synthliboramphus antiquus
75. Rhinoceros Auklet, Macareux rhinocéros, Cerorhinca monocerata
76. Atlantic Puffin, Macareux moine, Fratercula arctica
77. a.Horned Puffin, Macareux cornu, Fratercula corniculata
b.Tufted Puffin, Macareux huppé, Fratercula cirrhata
78. Rock Pigeon, Pigeon biset, Columba livia
79. Band-tailed Pigeon, Pigeon à queue barrée, Patagioenas fasciata
80. Eurasian Collared-Dove, Tourterelle turque, Streptopelia decaocto
81. Mourning Dove, Tourterelle triste, Zenaida macroura
82. Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Coulicou à bec jaune, Coccyzus americanus
83. Black-billed Cuckoo, Coulicou à bec noir, Coccyzus erythropthalmus
84. Barn Owl, Effraie des clochers, Tyto alba
85. Flammulated Owl, Petit-duc nain, Otus flammeolus
86. Western Screech-Owl, Petit-duc des montagnes, Megascops kennicottii
87. Eastern Screech-Owl, Petit-duc maculé, Megascops asio
88. Great Horned Owl, Grand-duc d'Amérique, Bubo virginianus
89. Snowy Owl, Harfang des neiges, Bubo scandiacus
90. Northern Hawk Owl, Chouette épervière, Surnia ulula
91. Northern Pygmy-Owl, Chevêchette naine, Glaucidium gnoma
92. Burrowing Owl, Chevêche des terriers, Athene cunicularia
93. Spotted Owl, Chouette tachetée, Strix occidentalis
94. Barred Owl, Chouette rayée, Strix varia
95. Great Gray Owl, Chouette lapone, Strix nebulosa
96. Long-eared Owl, Hibou moyen-duc, Asio otus
97. Short-eared Owl, Hibou des marais, Asio flammeus
98. Boreal Owl, Nyctale de Tengmalm, Aegolius funereus
99. Northern Saw-whet Owl, Petite Nyctale, Aegolius acadicus

Bird Songs of Canada Chants d'oiseaux du Canada Volume 3
Tracklist Volume 3
1. Common Nighthawk, Engoulevent d'Amérique, Chordeiles minor
2. Common Poorwill, Engoulevent de Nuttall, Phalaenoptilus nuttallii
3. Chuck-will's-widow, Engoulevent de Caroline, Antrostomus carolinensis
4. Eastern Whip-poor-will, Engoulevent bois-pourri, Antrostomus vociferus
5. Chimney Swift, Martinet ramoneur, Chaetura pelagica
6. Vaux's Swift, Martinet de Vaux, Chaetura vauxi
7. White-throated Swift, Martinet à gorge blanche, Aeronautes saxatalis
8. Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Colibri à gorge rubis, Archilochus colubris
9. Black-chinned Hummingbird, Colibri à gorge noire, Archilochus alexandri
10. Anna's Hummingbird, Colibri d'Anna, Calypte anna
11. Rufous Hummingbird, Colibri roux, Selasphorus rufus
12. Calliope Hummingbird, Colibri calliope, Selasphorus calliope
13. Belted Kingfisher, Martin-pêcheur d'Amérique, Megaceryle alcyon
14. Lewis's Woodpecker, Pic de Lewis, Melanerpes lewis
15. Red-headed Woodpecker, Pic à tête rouge, Melanerpes erythrocephalus
16. Red-bellied Woodpecker, Pic à ventre roux, Melanerpes carolinus
17. Williamson's Sapsucker, Pic de Williamson, Sphyrapicus thyroideus
18. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Pic maculé, Sphyrapicus varius
19. Red-naped Sapsucker, Pic à nuque rouge, Sphyrapicus nuchalis
20. Red-breasted Sapsucker, Pic à poitrine rouge, Sphyrapicus ruber
21. Downy Woodpecker, Pic mineur, Picoides pubescens
22. Hairy Woodpecker, Pic chevelu, Picoides villosus
23. White-headed Woodpecker, Pic à tête blanche, Picoides albolarvatus
24. American Three-toed Woodpecker, Pic à dos rayé, Picoides dorsalis
25. Black-backed Woodpecker, Pic à dos noir, Picoides arcticus
26. Northern Flicker, Pic flamboyant, Colaptes auratus
27. Pileated Woodpecker, Grand Pic, Dryocopus pileatus
28. American Kestrel, Crécerelle d'Amérique, Falco sparverius
29. Merlin, Faucon émerillon, Falco columbarius
30. Gyrfalcon, Faucon gerfaut, Falco rusticolus
31. Peregrine Falcon, Faucon pèlerin, Falco peregrinus
32. Prairie Falcon, Faucon des prairies, Falco mexicanus
33. Olive-sided Flycatcher, Moucherolle à côtés olive, Contopus cooperi
34. Western Wood-Pewee, Pioui de l'Ouest, Contopus sordidulus
35. Eastern Wood-Pewee, Pioui de l'Est, Contopus virens
36. Yellow-bellied Flycatcher, Moucherolle à ventre jaune, Empidonax flaviventris
37. Acadian Flycatcher, Moucherolle vert, Empidonax virescens
38. Alder Flycatcher, Moucherolle des aulnes, Empidonax alnorum
39. Willow Flycatcher, Moucherolle des saules, Empidonax traillii
40. Least Flycatcher, Moucherolle tchébec, Empidonax minimus
41. Hammond's Flycatcher, Moucherolle de Hammond, Empidonax hammondii
42. Dusky Flycatcher, Moucherolle sombre, Empidonax oberholseri
43. Pacific-slope Flycatcher, Moucherolle côtier, Empidonax difficilis
44. Cordilleran Flycatcher, Moucherolle des ravins, Empidonax occidentalis
45. Eastern Phoebe, Moucherolle phébi, Sayornis phoebe
46. Say's Phoebe, Moucherolle à ventre roux, Sayornis saya
47. Great Crested Flycatcher, Tyran huppé, Myiarchus crinitus
48. Western Kingbird, Tyran de l'Ouest, Tyrannus verticalis
49. Eastern Kingbird, Tyran tritri, Tyrannus tyrannus
50. Loggerhead Shrike, Pie-grièche migratrice, Lanius ludovicianus
51. Northern Shrike, Pie-grièche grise, Lanius excubitor
52. White-eyed Vireo, Viréo aux yeux blancs, Vireo griseus
53. a.Yellow-throated Vireo, Viréo à gorge jaune, Vireo flavifrons
b.Cassin's Vireo, Viréo de Cassin, Vireo cassinii
54. a.Blue-headed Vireo, Viréo à tête bleue, Vireo solitarius
b.Hutton's Vireo, Viréo de Hutton, Vireo huttoni
55. a.Warbling Vireo, Viréo mélodieux,Vireo gilvus
b.Philadelphia Vireo, Viréo de Philadelphie, Vireo philadelphicus
56. Red-eyed Vireo, Viréo aux yeux rouges, Vireo olivaceus
57. Gray Jay, Mésangeai du Canada, Perisoreus canadensis
58. Steller's Jay, Geai de Steller, Cyanocitta stelleri
59. Blue Jay, Geai bleu, Cyanocitta cristata
60. Clark's Nutcracker, Cassenoix d'Amérique, Nucifraga columbiana
61. Black-billed Magpie, Pie d'Amérique, Pica hudsonia
62. American Crow, Corneille d'Amérique, Corvus brachyrhynchos
63. Northwestern Crow, Corneille d'Alaska, Corvus caurinus
64. Common Raven, Grand Corbeau, Corvus corax
65. Sky Lark, Alouette des champs, Alauda arvensis
66. Horned Lark, Alouette hausse-col, Eremophila alpestris
67. Purple Martin, Hirondelle noire, Progne subis
68. Tree Swallow, Hirondelle bicolore, Tachycineta bicolor
69. Violet-green Swallow, Hirondelle à face blanche, Tachycineta thalassina
70. Northern Rough-winged Swallow, Hirondelle à ailes hérissées, Stelgidopteryx serripennis
71. Bank Swallow, Hirondelle de rivage, Riparia riparia
72. Cliff Swallow, Hirondelle à front blanc, Petrochelidon pyrrhonota
73. Barn Swallow, Hirondelle rustique, Hirundo rustica
74. Black-capped Chickadee, Mésange à tête noire, Poecile atricapillus
75. Mountain Chickadee, Mésange de Gambel, Poecile gambeli
76. Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Mésange à dos marron, Poecile rufescens
77. Boreal Chickadee, Mésange à tête brune, Poecile hudsonicus
78. Gray-headed Chickadee, Mésange lapone, Poecile cinctus
79. Tufted Titmouse, Mésange bicolore, Baeolophus bicolor
80. Bushtit, Mésange buissonnière, Psaltriparus minimus
81. Red-breasted Nuthatch, Sittelle à poitrine rousse, Sitta canadensis
82. White-breasted Nuthatch, Sittelle à poitrine blanche, Sitta carolinensis
83. Pygmy Nuthatch, Sittelle pygmée, Sitta pygmaea
84. Brown Creeper, Grimpereau brun, Certhia americana
85. Rock Wren, Troglodyte des rochers, Salpinctes obsoletus
86. Canyon Wren, Troglodyte des canyons, Catherpes mexicanus
87. House Wren, Troglodyte familier, Troglodytes aedon
88. Pacific Wren, Troglodyte de Baird, Troglodytes pacificus
89. Winter Wren, Troglodyte des forêts, Troglodytes hiemalis
90. Sedge Wren, Troglodyte à bec court, Cistothorus platensis
91. Marsh Wren, Troglodyte des marais, Cistothorus palustris
92. Carolina Wren, Troglodyte de Caroline, Thryothorus ludovicianus
93. Bewick's Wren, Troglodyte de Bewick, Thryomanes bewickii
94. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, Gobemoucheron gris-bleu, Polioptila caerulea
95. American Dipper, Cincle d'Amérique, Cinclus mexicanus
96. Golden-crowned Kinglet, Roitelet à couronne dorée. Regulus satrapa
97. Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Roitelet à couronne rubis, Regulus calendula
98. Arctic Warbler, Pouillot boréal, Phylloscopus borealis
99. Northern Wheatear, Traquet motteux, Oenanthe oenanthe

Bird Songs of Canada Chants d'oiseaux du Canada Volume 4
Tracklist Volume 4
1. Eastern Bluebird, Merlebleu de l'Est, Sialia sialis
2. Western Bluebird, Merlebleu de l'Ouest, Sialia mexicana
3. Mountain Bluebird, Merlebleu azuré, Sialia currucoides
4. Townsend's Solitaire, Solitaire de Townsend, Myadestes townsendi
5. Veery, Grive fauve, Catharus fuscescens
6. a.Gray-cheeked Thrush, Grive à joues grises, Catharus minimus
b.Bicknell's Thrush, Grive de Bicknell, Catharus bicknelli
7. Swainson's Thrush, Grive à dos olive, Catharus ustulatus
8. Hermit Thrush, Grive solitaire, Catharus guttatus
9. Wood Thrush, Grive des bois, Hylocichla mustelina
10. American Robin, Merle d'Amérique, Turdus migratorius
11. Varied Thrush, Grive à collier, Ixoreus naevius
12. Gray Catbird, Moqueur chat, Dumetella carolinensis
13. Northern Mockingbird, Moqueur polyglotte, Mimus polyglottos
14. Sage Thrasher, Moqueur des armoises, Oreoscoptes montanus
15. Brown Thrasher, Moqueur roux, Toxostoma rufum
16. European Starling, Étourneau sansonnet, Sturnus vulgaris
17. Red-throated Pipit, Pipit à gorge rousse, Anthus cervinus
18. American Pipit, Pipit d'Amérique, Anthus rubescens
19. Sprague's Pipit, Pipit de Sprague, Anthus spragueii
20. a.Bohemian Waxwing, Jaseur boréal, Bombycilla garrulus
b.Cedar Waxwing, Jaseur d'Amérique, Bombycilla cedrorum
21. a.Lapland Longspur, Plectrophane lapon, Calcarius lapponicus
b.Chestnut-collared Longspur, Plectrophane à ventre noir, Calcarius ornatus
22. a.Smith's Longspur, Plectrophane de Smith,Calcarius pictus
b.McCown's Longspur, Plectrophane de McCown, Rhynchophanes mccownii
23. Snow Bunting, Plectrophane des neiges, Plectrophenax nivalis
24. Ovenbird, Paruline couronnée, Seiurus aurocapilla
25. Worm-eating Warbler, Paruline vermivore, Helmitheros vermivorum
26. Louisiana Waterthrush, Paruline hochequeue, Parkesia motacilla
27. Northern Waterthrush, Paruline des ruisseaux, Parkesia noveboracensis
28. a.Golden-winged Warbler, Paruline à ailes dorées, Vermivora chrysoptera
b.Blue-winged Warbler, Paruline à ailes bleues, Vermivora cyanoptera
29. Black-and-white Warbler, Paruline noir et blanc, Mniotilta varia
30. Prothonotary Warbler, Paruline orangée, Protonotaria citrea
31. Tennessee Warbler, Paruline obscure, Oreothlypis peregrina
32. Orange-crowned Warbler, Paruline verdâtre, Oreothlypis celata
33. Nashville Warbler, Paruline à joues grises, Oreothlypis ruficapilla
34. Connecticut Warbler, Paruline à gorge grise, Oporornis agilis
35. MacGillivray's Warbler, Paruline des buissons, Geothlypis tolmiei
36. Mourning Warbler, Paruline triste, Geothlypis philadelphia
37. a.Common Yellowthroat, Paruline masquée, Geothlypis trichas
b.Hooded Warbler, Paruline à capuchon, Setophaga citrina
38. a.American Redstart, Paruline flamboyante, Setophaga ruticilla
b.Kirtland's Warbler, Paruline de Kirtland, Setophaga kirtlandii
39. a.Cape May Warbler, Paruline tigrée, Setophaga tigrina
b.Cerulean Warbler, Paruline azurée, Setophaga cerulea
40. Northern Parula, Paruline à collier, Setophaga americana
41. Magnolia Warbler, Paruline à tête cendrée, Setophaga magnolia
42. Bay-breasted Warbler, Paruline à poitrine baie, Setophaga castanea
43. Blackburnian Warbler, Paruline à gorge orangée, Setophaga fusca
44. Yellow Warbler, Paruline jaune, Setophaga petechia
45. Chestnut-sided Warbler, Paruline à flancs marron, Setophaga pensylvanica
46. Blackpoll Warbler, Paruline rayée, Setophaga striata
47. Black-throated Blue Warbler, Paruline bleue, Setophaga caerulescens
48. a.Palm Warbler, Paruline à couronne rousse, Setophaga palmarum
b.Pine Warbler, Paruline des pins, Setophaga pinus
49. a.Yellow-rumped Warbler, Paruline à croupion jaune, Setophaga coronata
b.Prairie Warbler, Paruline des prés, Setophaga discolor
50. Black-throated Gray Warbler, Paruline grise, Setophaga nigrescens
51. Townsend's Warbler, Paruline de Townsend, Setophaga townsendi
52. a.Black-throated Green Warbler, Paruline à gorge noire, Setophaga virens
b.Canada Warbler, Paruline du Canada, Cardellina canadensis
53. Wilson's Warbler, Paruline à calotte noire, Cardellina pusilla
54. Yellow-breasted Chat, Paruline polyglotte, Icteria virens
55. a.Spotted Towhee, Tohi tacheté, Pipilo maculatus
b.Eastern Towhee, Tohi à flancs roux, Pipilo erythrophthalmus
56. a.American Tree Sparrow, Bruant hudsonien, Spizella arborea
b.Chipping Sparrow, Bruant familier, Spizella passerina
57. a.Clay-colored Sparrow, Bruant des plaines, Spizella pallida
b.Brewer's Sparrow, Bruant de Brewer, Spizella breweri
58. Field Sparrow, Bruant des champs, Spizella pusilla
59. Vesper Sparrow, Bruant vespéral, Pooecetes gramineus
60. a.Lark Sparrow, Bruant à joues marron, Chondestes grammacus
b.Bell's Sparrow, Bruant de Bell, Artemisiospiza belli
61. Lark Bunting, Bruant noir et blanc, Calamospiza melanocorys
62. Savannah Sparrow, Bruant des prés, Passerculus sandwichensis
63. Grasshopper Sparrow, Bruant sauterelle, Ammodramus savannarum
64. a.Baird's Sparrow, Bruant de Baird, Ammodramus bairdii
b.Henslow's Sparrow, Bruant de Henslow, Ammodramus henslowii
65. Le Conte's Sparrow, Bruant de Le Conte, Ammodramus leconteii
66. Nelson's Sparrow, Bruant de Nelson, Ammodramus nelsoni
67. Fox Sparrow, Bruant fauve, Passerella iliaca
68. Song Sparrow, Bruant chanteur, Melospiza melodia
69. a.Lincoln's Sparrow, Bruant de Lincoln, Melospiza lincolnii
b.Swamp Sparrow, Bruant des marais, Melospiza georgiana
70. a.White-throated Sparrow, Bruant à gorge blanche, Zonotrichia albicollis
b.Harris's Sparrow, Bruant à face noire, Zonotrichia querula
71. White-crowned Sparrow, Bruant à couronne blanche, Zonotrichia leucophrys
72. Golden-crowned Sparrow, Bruant à couronne dorée, Zonotrichia atricapilla
73. Dark-eyed Junco, Junco ardoisé, Junco hyemalis
74. Scarlet Tanager, Piranga écarlate, Piranga olivacea
75. Western Tanager, Piranga à tête rouge, Piranga ludoviciana
76. Northern Cardinal, Cardinal rouge, Cardinalis cardinalis
77. Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Cardinal à poitrine rose, Pheucticus ludovicianus
78. Black-headed Grosbeak, Cardinal à tête noire, Pheucticus melanocephalus
79. a.Lazuli Bunting, Passerin azuré, Passerina amoena
b.Indigo Bunting, Passerin indigo, Passerina cyanea
80. Dickcissel, Dickcissel d'Amérique, Spiza americana
81. Bobolink, Goglu des prés, Dolichonyx oryzivorus
82. Red-winged Blackbird, Carouge à épaulettes, Agelaius phoeniceus
83. Eastern Meadowlark, Sturnelle des prés, Sturnella magna
84. Western Meadowlark, Sturnelle de l'Ouest, Sturnella neglecta
85. Yellow-headed Blackbird, Carouge à tête jaune, Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus
86. a.Rusty Blackbird, Quiscale rouilleux, Euphagus carolinus
b.Brewer's Blackbird, Quiscale de Brewer, Euphagus cyanocephalus
87. Common Grackle, Quiscale bronzé, Quiscalus quiscula
88. a.Brown-headed Cowbird, Vacher à tête brune, Molothrus ater
b.Orchard Oriole, Oriole des vergers, Icterus spurius
89. Bullock's Oriole, Oriole de Bullock, Icterus bullockii
90. Baltimore Oriole, Oriole de Baltimore, Icterus galbula
91. a.Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch, Roselin à tête grise, Leucosticte tephrocotis
b.Pine Grosbeak, Durbec des sapins, Pinicola enucleator
92. a.Purple Finch, Roselin pourpré, Haemorhous purpureus
b.Cassin's Finch, Roselin de Cassin, Haemorhous cassinii
93. House Finch, Roselin familier, Haemorhous mexicanus
94. a.Red Crossbill, Bec-croisé des sapins, Loxia curvirostra
b.White-winged Crossbill, Bec-croisé bifascié, Loxia leucoptera
95. a.Common Redpoll, Sizerin flammé, Acanthis flammea
b.Hoary Redpoll, Sizerin blanchâtre, Acanthis hornemanni
96. Pine Siskin, Tarin des pins, Spinus pinus
97. American Goldfinch, Chardonneret jaune, Spinus tristis
98. Evening Grosbeak, Gros-bec errant, Coccothraustes vespertinus
99. House Sparrow, Moineau domestique, Passer domesticus

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