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Animals: Utah Birds

These sites are about the different species of birds that live in Utah. Includes descriptions and photographs. There is also information about how birds care for their young and how they survive the winter. There are links to eThemes Resources on birds and Missouri birds.


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This site has links to photographs of Utah birds. The birds are listed alphabetically.
Explore this site to learn about many of the birds found in Utah. Includes photographs and distribution maps.
This site has a checklist of the 392 species that can be found in Utah. Includes codes for how abundant each type is in the state.
This hands-on activity teaches kids how to create a bird beak pop-up card. Draw any Utah bird head on the card.
Click on the "Fly" buttons to see the migration patterns of ducks.
This page gives a good description of birds and what they eat . Click on the links to learn about the following Utah birds: American Crow, American Golden Plover, American Robin, American Tree Sparrow, Bald Eagle, Eastern Bluebird, Blue Jay, Brown Pelican, Canada Goose, Downy Woodpecker, Golden Eagle, American Goldfinch, Great Egret, Great Horned Owl, Mallard, Pigeon or Rock Dove, Peregrine Falcon, Red-Hooded Duck, Red-Tailed Hawk, Ring-Billed Gull, Snow Goose, Snowy Owl, Spotted Owl, Trumpeter Swan, Western Meadowlark, American White Pelican, and White Dove.
Read how birds make nests, care for their young, and learn to fly. Includes a quiz.
These sites include information about several different types of birds, including a gallery of the official state birds. Learn about their physical characteristics and habitats and listen to their calls. View photographs, short videos, and live Webcams.
These sites have information about several species of birds found in Missouri. The birds covered include the bluebird, ruby-throated hummingbird, red-headed woodpecker, and the great blue heron. Read about their physical appearance, habitat, behavior, diet, and nesting. Listen to their calls and view many photographs.

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