HUMMINFGBIRD
 
CANADIAN GOOSE
 
BLUE JAY 
 
 
 
ROBIN
 
 
 
TOP
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Birds
ADIRONDACK PARK 1
AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND 1
FLORIDA 1
KENYA/TANZANIA/ETHIOPIA 1 2
NEW JERSEY BACKYARD 1 2
YUCATAN/MEXICO 1
  

The Adirondack Park is home to a wide variety of bird species. There are more
than 100 species of birds in the Adirondacks, including boreal birds, birds
of prey, perching birds, and waterfowl1. The park is also home to about 29 species
of warblers that are listed as possible, probable, or confirmed breeding birds2.
Overall, the varied habitats of the Adirondack Mountains are home to over
200 species of birds3. Please note that the exact number can vary depending
on the time of year and other factors.

CROW
 

Faced with the seemingly impossible task of penetrating the hard shells
of walnuts to gobble to sweetmeats inside, crows have learned to lay
the nuts out in the middle of the road so that cars can run them over
and crack them open. But perhaps most amazing of all, the crows are reading traffic lights to know when it's safe to arrange the nuts, and
when it's safe to hop down and gobble them up.

 
ROBIN
GULL
 
WILD TURKEY
 
ROBIN 
 
 
NUTHATCH BIRD
Nuthatch bird