The eastern wood thrush is my favorite songbird. The best time to hear one is just before sunset when it fills the woods with an ominous yet beautiful flowing whistle. Click to listen.
Catbirds can be identified by a very busy and some may say noisy call. Their tails usually flutter sporadically and they are quick on their feet. Click to listen.
Hang an orange in a tree and if you're lucky, a Baltimore Oriole will come to eat it. Click to listen.
These birds are strange and so is their name. They almost look as if they're hurt while in a resting position. Click to listen.
These large birds can be found by riversides, perched high up in trees. Their nests are generally messy looking so they aren't too hard to find. Click to listen.