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image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "The House Finch is common across North America and has a slimmer body and rounder head when compared to the Purple Finch" - 1721370218045291686
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The House Finch is common across North America and has a slimmer body and rounder head when compared to the Purple Finch. The House Finch’s redness is concentrated on its head and breast. It also has heavy brown streaks beneath its wings. ⠀ ⠀ House Finch. Photo: Michele Black/Great Backyard Bird Count ⠀ ⠀

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "If you find a red and brown bird at your feeder in the winter, it could be a House Finch...or a Purple Finch. Purple Fin" - 1721229484583525048
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If you find a red and brown bird at your feeder in the winter, it could be a House Finch...or a Purple Finch. Purple Finches nest in Canada, the Northeast, and along the Pacific. In the winter, they migrate as far south as Florida. The male Purple Finch's Raspberry-red plumage and bulky body separates it from the House Finch. ⠀ ⠀ Purple Finch. Photo: Nelda Faulkner/Great Backyard Bird Count ⠀

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "Similar in appearance to the Loggerhead Shrike, the Northern Shrike only appears in Canada and the lower 48 states durin" - 1720646364490468897
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Similar in appearance to the Loggerhead Shrike, the Northern Shrike only appears in Canada and the lower 48 states during winter months. Its small black mask and thin white line above the eye separates it from the Loggerhead. ⠀ ⠀ Northern Shrike. Photo: Debra Herst/Audubon Photography Awards ⠀ ⠀

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "Loggerhead Shrikes are year round residents in southern states, but their winter range can overlap with the Northern Shr" - 1720464140520597646
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Loggerhead Shrikes are year round residents in southern states, but their winter range can overlap with the Northern Shrike. About an inch smaller than the Northern Shrike, Loggerhead Shrikes have an all black mask spreading past their eyes and a small black beak. ⠀ ⠀ Loggerhead Shrike. Photo: Mark Eden/Great Backyard Bird Count⠀

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "Did you know Canada Geese and Cackling Geese were considered the same species until 2004? Canada Geese can be found the " - 1719935501366345435
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Did you know Canada Geese and Cackling Geese were considered the same species until 2004? Canada Geese can be found the lower 48 year round and their deep “honks” clearly sepereate them from other waterfowl. ⠀ ⠀ Canada Goose. Photo: Mark Williams/Audubon Photography Awards⠀ ⠀

image by National Audubon Society (@audubonsociety) with caption : "If you come across a field of Canada Geese, there may be a few Cackling Geese in the gaggle. Much smaller than the Canad" - 1719744360154993597
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If you come across a field of Canada Geese, there may be a few Cackling Geese in the gaggle. Much smaller than the Canada Goose, the Cackling Goose is only found south of Canada during winter months and can be distinguished by its high pitched cackling, yips, and squeaks. ⠀ ⠀ Cackling Goose (left). Canada Goose (right). Photo: Blake Matheson/Flickr CC (BY-NC 2.0)⠀ flickr.com/photos/34328261@N02/8432082328 ⠀