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BIRDS > Kinds of wetland birds

Wetlands Bird
Many species of birds visit the wetlands and more than 100 kinds have been observed. To see some, use the BIRDS menu, far right.

Wetlands Bird on Path

The purpose of this bird's display is to attract the attention of the photographer and to lead her away from its nest.

Wetlands birds
Ardea herodias: Great Blue Heron
Agelaius phoeniceus: Red winged blackbird
Butorides virescens: Green heron
Egretta caerulea: Little Blue heron
Fulica americana: American Coot

Wetlands Bird in Tree

The Red winged blackbird is a common sight along the boardwalk.

Page last updated: February 10, 2010