Synonyms for hermit_thrush_catharus_guttatus or Related words with hermit_thrush_catharus_guttatus

wood_thrush_hylocichla              swainson_thrush_catharus_ustulatus              mustelina              cheeked_thrush_catharus_minimus              bicknell_thrush_catharus_bicknelli              veery_catharus_fuscescens_gray              minimus_swainson_thrush_catharus              ustulatus_hermit_thrush_catharus              eyebrowed_thrush_turdus_obscurus              ficedula_parva_european              ficedula_albicollis              european_pied_flycatcher              ficedula_hypoleuca_collared_flycatcher              yellow_bellied_sapsucker_sphyrapicus              tropical_mockingbird_mimus              southern_pochard_netta              fieldfare_turdus_pilaris              sibilatrix              fieldfare_turdus_pilaris_redwing              eurasian_teal_anas_crecca              gray_cheeked_thrush_catharus              northern_pintail_anas_acuta              garganey_anas_querquedula_northern              eurasian_blackbird_turdus_merula              robin_erithacus_rubecula              dusky_thrush_turdus_naumanni              ficedula_albicollis_semicollared_flycatcher              red_breasted_flycatcher              shoveler_anas_clypeata_marbled              downy_woodpecker_picoides_pubescens              masked_yellowthroat_geothlypis_aequinoctialis              collared_flycatcher_ficedula_albicollis              twite_linaria              common_nightingale_luscinia              anas_clypeata              blue_grosbeak_passerina              common_linnet_linaria              savannah_sparrow_passerculus              cyanea_painted_bunting_passerina              sphyrapicus_nuchalis              pine_bunting_emberiza              melanotos              shoveler_anas_clypeata              gambeli              northern_shoveler_anas_clypeata              rufous_chested              red_breasted_sapsucker              falcated_duck_anas_falcata              white_cheeked_pintail              european_robin_erithacus             

Examples of "hermit_thrush_catharus_guttatus"
The hermit thrush ("Catharus guttatus") is a medium-sized North American thrush. It is not very closely related to the other North American migrant species of "Catharus", but rather to the Mexican russet nightingale-thrush.
The state bird is the hermit thrush ("Catharus guttatus"). This was adopted in 1941. The bird was only designated after debate in the legislature; though the hermit thrush is found in all of 14 counties and has a distinctive sweet call, it leaves the state during the winter for its yearly southward migration. Many legislators favored the blue jay ("Cyanocitta cristata"), crow or flying squirrel.
Over 120 species of land birds have been recorded at the refuge, with over 72 nesting. Some of those include great crested flycatcher ("Myiarchus crinitus"), tree swallow ("Tachycineta bicolor"), hermit thrush ("Catharus guttatus"), black-throated green warbler ("Dendroica virens"), scarlet tanager ("Piranga olivacea"), and others. Forests, woodlands, and swamps surrounding refuge salt marshes also provide habitat for many raptors. Many migrating raptors use forested areas next to marshes as hunting perches and feeding areas. Sharp-shinned hawk ("Accipiter striatus"), Cooper's hawk ("Accipiter cooperii"), and broad-winged hawk ("Buteo platypterus") have nested in forested habitat on the refuge. Northern goshawks ("Accipiter gentilis") and red-tailed hawks ("Buteo jamaicensis") nest in the area. During migration (primarily autumn), many raptors move through the refuge. Northern harriers are the only raptor species thought to breed in the estuarine communities of the refuge.
The Athabasca Plain ecoregion in the Boreal Shield provides breeding grounds for the Bohemian waxwing ("Bombycilla garrulus"), white-winged crossbill ("Loxia leucoptera), Cape May warbler ("Dendroica tigrina"), Canada goose ("Branta canadensis") and blackpoll warbler ("Dendroica striata). In the south west area of the Boreal Shield ecozone lays the Churchill River Upland which has the second highest population of bald eagles ("Haliaeetus leucocephalus"). This Upland area is home to waterfowl, such as the common loon ("Gavia immer"), red-breasted merganser ("Mergus serrator"), as well as other ducks, and geese on the many lakes of the region. The raven ("Corvus corax"), spruce grouse, gray jay ("Perisoreus canadensis"), Connecticut warbler ("Oporornis agilis"), northern three-toed woodpecker ("Picoides dorsalis"), osprey ("Pandion haliaetus") and hawk owl ("Surnia ulula") can be sighted in the boreal forests. The Mid-Boreal Upland ecoregion features these characteristic birds: white-throated sparrow ("Zonotrichia albicollis"), red-tailed hawk ("Buteo jamaicensis"), American redstart ("Setophaga ruticilla"), bufflehead ("Bucephala albeola"), ovenbird, ("Seiurus aurocapillus") and hermit thrush ("Catharus guttatus"). The ruffed grouse ("Bonasa umbellus"), Canada warbler ("Wilsonia canadensis"), ruby-crowned kinglet ("Regulus calendula") and white-breasted nuthatch ("Sitta carolinensis"), American white pelican ("Pelecanus erythrorhynchos") are common sightings in the Mid-Boreal Lowland ecoregion.
There are also over 180 species of birds, including at least 81 nesting species. Among these there are 12 species of raptors and 34 species of aquatic birds. Coniferous forests are frequented by ruby-crowned kinglet ("Regulus calendula"), the Tennessee warbler ("Oreothlypis peregrina"), the Nashville warbler ("Oreothlypis ruficapilla"), the magnolia warbler ("Dendroica magnolia"), the hermit thrush ("Catharus guttatus"), the grosbeak ("Hesperiphona vespertina") and the dark-eyed junco ("Junco hyemalis"). Mixed forests are occupied by the ruffed grouse ("Bonasa umbellus"), the blue jay ("Cyanocitta cristata"), the black-capped chickadee ("Poecile atricapillus") and the purple finch ("Carpodacus purpureus"). The ovenbird ("Seiurus aurocapilla"), the black-throated blue warbler ("Dendroica caerulescens"), the veery ("Catharus fuscescens"), the red-eyed vireo ("Vireo olivaceus"), the eastern wood pewee ("Contopus virens") and the sapsucker ("Sphyrapicus varius") inhabit the hardwood forests. The most common raptors observed are ("Pandion haliaetus") the broad-winged hawk ("Buteo platypterus"), the barred owl ("Strix varia") and the great horned owl ("Bubo virginianus"). Aquatic areas servs as nesting habitat for the common goldeneye ("Bucephala clangula"), the merganser ("Mergus merganser"), the black duck ("Anas rubripes") and finally the common loon ("Gavia immer"), which is the emblem of the park. The park includes eight species at risk, the whip-poor-will ("Caprimulgus vociferus"), the nighthawk ("Chordeiles minor"), the chimney swift ("Chaetura pelagica"), the olive-sided flycatcher ("Contopus cooperi"), the Canada warbler ("Wilsonia canadensis"), the peregrine falcon ("Falco peregrinus") and the rusty blackbird ("Euphagus carolinus").