Bob white, bob white--Northern Bobwhite Hip-hip-hurrah--King Rail "drink-your-teeee'" - Eastern Towhee Sometimes the nest site has an overhang provided by a plant stem, log, or rock, which helps to conceal and protect the nest. This species often comes to bird feeders. Swainson's Warbler. For example, a red-breasted nuthatch sounds like a tin horn or a common grackle sounds like a rusty pump handle. Bob up and down? 1977 was another good winter finch year, but there were almost no RED-BREASTED NUTHATCHES found. ... Yellow-breasted Chat. Favorites. Bubble, bubble, zee--Brown-headed Cowbird "fitz'-bew" - Willow Flip its tail? Cu-cu-cu--Black-billed Cuckoo See-bit see-bit see-bit, see-see-see-see--Nashville Warbler These long-billed, short-tailed songbirds travel through tree canopies with chickadees, kinglets, and woodpeckers but stick to tree trunks and branches, where they search bark furrows for hidden insects. Does it flick its wings? Click on any marker to see the photo taken at that location. Tseer, tseer--Red-winged Blackbird Zree--House Finch By telling vivid, sound-rich stories about birds and the challenges they face, BirdNote inspires listeners to care about the natural world – and take steps to protect it. Scaipe--Common Snipe Zeeeee-up--Northern Parula "teach teach teach teach" - Ovenbird Purty, purty, purty--Northern Cardinal Pee-a-wee or pee-ee--Eastern Wood-Pewee Make sure you put it up well before breeding season. The most commonly heard call note is a high-pitched, buzzy chip or sip. Keller. [Birdwatcher: “There, there it is! "what-cheer', what-cheer', what-cheer'" - Northern Cardinal Red-faced Warblers are sensitive to habitat loss on both breeding and wintering grounds. Plink, plink--Bobolink Perchickaree or Babeee--American Goldfinch Zweet-zweet-zweet--Prothonotary Warbler A field guide usually mentions these behaviors, and watching for them can help you determine which bird is which. Yank, yank, yank--White-breasted Nuthatch Che-bek--Least Flycatcher The resin may help to keep out predators or competitors. River Warbler. Red-necked grebe. the two interchangeably. This population is found in the highlands, or sky islands, of Arizona and New Mexico. A - Z. App. Queer, queer--Red-headed Woodpecker Wicka, wicka, wicka--Northern Flicker Phone: 678-874-7102 Fax:678-874-7110 Wheep, wheep--Great Crested Flycatcher Vee-a--Gray-cheeked Thrush Birdwatcher, Chris Altwegg Ambient … Although this species appears to be typically monogamous (a single pair maintains and defends a territory), the birds engage in high rates of “extra-pair” activity. Red-footed booby. Olive-sided Flycatcher by T.G. Of course, all of this takes a great deal of imagination and creativity, but that's the fun of it, right? Peet-weet--Spotted Sandpiper [Olive-sided Flycatcher]You’ll find all kinds of resources for learning about birds, when you visit our website, BirdNote.org. Fee-bee, or Fee-blee--Eastern Phoebe American redstart. This flashy warbler shares high-altitude forest habitats (sometimes called “sky islands” because they are isolated mountaintops surrounded by much drier habitat) with other neotropical migrants such as Olive-sided Flycatcher and Thick-billed Parrot. "feebee" - Black-Capped Chickadee Speee  speee--Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Peet-suh--Acadian Flycatcher There are also comparative sounds, i.e., when we compare a song or call to something. Black-and-white warbler. I hope you will take advantage of these suggested websites. Birdwatcher, Chris Altwegg Ambient … The Cornell Lab will send you updates about birds, birding, and opportunities to help bird conservation. Zeee, zeee--Cedar Waxwing "fee-bee'o" - Alder Red-necked phalarope. Churr, churr, churr--Red-bellied Woodpecker Red-faced warbler. Only the female incubates the eggs, but both parents feed the young when they hatch. Peent--Common Nighthawk Fee-bee fee-bay--Carolina Chickadee From a distance, this species, singing two or three sections of buzzy phrases, can sound like a Cerulean. A - Z. App. Witchety, witchety, witchety--Common Yellowthroat Tow-weeee--Eastern Towhee Red-faced Warbler with an insect in its mouth. Search. "toree' toree' toree'" - Kentucky Cheerily, cheer-up, cheerily--American Robin During breeding season, pairs of Red-faced Warblers maintain an all-purpose territory where both male and female feed. They may begin in early July and may reach their southernmost point by September or October. "yank yank" - White-Breasted Nuthatch Atlanta, Ga. Fernbank Science Center, 156 Heaton Park Dr., Atlanta, GA 30307 Jeeee---Wood Duck Watch what it does, and you can figure out what it is! Chicki-tuki-tuck--Summer Tanager Search. 0:00 / Bay-breasted warbler (song) song. Keeeeer--Common Tern and Forster's Tern same as red-eyed but buzzier - Yellow-Throated Vireo squeaky toy noises - Brown-Headed Nuthatch The nest site is often on a slope in the open or at the base of a woody plant. The Red-faced Warbler is one of only two North American warblers with red plumage; the other is the Painted Redstart, another species of the Mexican border. Kee-yer, kee-yer, kee-yer--Red-shouldered Hawk Bob up and down? Red-headed woodpecker. "teakettle, teakettle, teakettle" - Carolina Wren