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  • BIRDS!!!!!!!!!!
  • “ Fall is my favorite season in Los Angeles, watching the birds change color and fall from the trees.” - David Letterman
  • Question 1
    • The bird in the picture is most likely to be a:
    • Brown Creeper
    • Dark-Eyed Junco
    • Pellican
    • Barn Owl
  • Question 2
    • In which order are Herons?
    • Aves
    • Ciconiiformes
    • Jacanas
    • Gruiformes
  • Question 3
    • In which sub-phylum are Jaegers?
    • Vertebrata
    • Aves
    • Jacanas
    • Anseriformes
  • Question 4
    • In which phylum are Terns?
    • Aves
    • Vertebrata
    • Chordata
    • Gastrotricha
  • Question 5
    • This image is of what bird?
    • Common Ground Dove
    • Least Tern
    • Inca Dove
    • Osprey
  • Question 6
    • Possible prey of the Cooper’s Hawk are:
    • Chipmunks
    • Frogs
    • Doves
    • All of the above
  • Question 7
    • Black Skimmers got their name because of:
    • B.F. Skimmer, who first identified them
    • Because their heads wave from side to side, like they’re reading.
    • Because their beak skims the water when feeding.
    • None of the above
  • Question 8
    • This loyal Cocker Spaniel has most likely assisted with the capture of which popular game bird?
    • Golden Eagle
    • Chimney Swift
    • Warbler
    • Common Pheasant
  • Question 9
    • Which best describes the typical mating habits of the Raven?
    • They choose one mate for life
    • The males have many mating partners each season
    • They choose one mate per season
  • Question 10
    • This is a picture of a:
    • Lark
    • Gull
    • Jay
    • Swift
  • Question 11
    • This is a picture of a:
    • Lark
    • Swallow
    • Jay
    • Wren
  • Question 12
    • The smallest (in size) of the following is the:
    • Bee Hummingbird
    • Clark’s Nutcracker
    • Black-Billed Magpie
    • Purple Martin
  • Question 13
    • The Red-breasted Nuthatch has a :
    • Black throat
    • White crown
    • White throat
    • Blue crown
  • Question 14
    • Poecile carolinensis is:
    • White-breasted Nuthatch
    • Carolina Chickadee
    • Canyon Wren
    • Blue Jay
  • Question 15
    • Baeolophus bicolor is:
    • White-breasted Nuthatch
    • Tufted Titmouse
    • Red-headed Woodpecker
    • Spotted Towhee
  • Question 16
    • Chondestes grammacus is:
    • Lark Sparrow
    • Tufted Titmouse
    • Mountain Chickadee
    • Cactus Wren
  • Question 17
    • The bird imaged to the right is:
    • Lark Sparrow
    • Tufted Titmouse
    • Mountain Chickadee
    • Brown Creeper
  • Question 18
    • Woody Woodpecker is a medium-sized woodpecker who has white neck, throat and forehead patches . His eyes are white.  He is a:
    • Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
    • Acorn Woodpecker
    • Downy Woodpecker
    • Pileated Woodpecker
  • Question 19
    • The Cactus Wren is the State Bird of:
    • Nevada
    • New Mexico
    • Arizona
    • Oklahoma
  • Question 20
    • This imaged bird is the:
    • Snow Bunting
    • Snow Martin
    • White-crowned Sparrow
    • White Dove
  • Question 21
    • The Gray Catbird has the word cat in its name because it:
    • Has whiskers like a cat
    • Feeds on cats
    • Has a call that sounds like a cat’s meow
    • Has claws like a cat
  • Question 22
    • Mimus polyglottos is the:
    • Northern Mockingbird
    • Snow Martin
    • White-crowned Sparrow
    • Curve-billed Thrasher
  • Question 23
    • The imaged bird is the:
    • Ovenbird
    • Harris’s Sparrow
    • Horned Lark
    • Kentucky Warbler
  • Question 24
    • Harris’s Sparrow was named for:
    • An American amateur ornithologist with the last name Harris
    • A famous novelist with the last name Harris
    • The Actor, Edward Harris
    • No one knows
  • Question 25
    • The Greater Roadrunner can run up to:
    • 10 miles / hour
    • 20 miles / hour
    • 30 miles / hour
    • 40 miles / hour
  • Question 26
    • Harry Potter’s Owl, Hedwig, is what kind of owl?
    • Great Horned Owl
    • Great Gray Owl
    • Snowy Owl
    • White Owl
  • Question 27
    • The imaged bird is a:
    • Red Crossbill
    • Brown Thrasher
    • Cedar Waxwing
    • Western Kingbird
  • Question 28
    • The only member of genus  Dolichonyx is the :
    • Red Crossbill
    • Common Grackle
    • Bobolink
    • Western Kingbird
  • Question 29
    • The imaged bird is a :
    • Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
    • Common Grackle
    • Bobolink
    • Northern Cardinal
  • Question 30
    • The Baltimore Oriole received its name from :
    • After a baseball team
    • After the coat-of-arms of Lord Baltimore
    • After Baltimore, Maryland
    • After the Stanley Baltimore, an amateur ornithologist
  • Question 31
    • The Eastern Phoebe has a :
    • Dark bill
    • Light bill
    • Red plume
    • Blue plume
  • Question 32
    • The imaged bird is a :
    • White-breasted Nuthatch
    • Horned Swallow
    • Phainopepla
    • Horned Lark
  • Question 33
    • The only crested jay west of the Rocky Mountains is :
    • Black Jay
    • Clark’s Jay
    • Steller’s Jay
    • Blue Jay
  • Question 34
    • The largest North American swallow is the :
    • Cliff Swallow
    • Purple Martin
    • Blue Martin
    • Barn Swallow
  • Question 35
    • The adult female is mainly olive-brown, greyer on the underparts and with white patches in the wings. This best describes the:
    • Cliff Swallow
    • Evening Grosbeak
    • Brown Thrasher
    • Cedar Waxwing
  • Question 36
    • The imaged bird is the:
    • Yellow-headed Blackbird
    • Western Meadowlark
    • Northern Mockingbird
    • American Goldfinch
  • Question 37
    • The imaged bird is the:
    • Golden-crowned Kinglet
    • Evening Grosbeak
    • Painted Bunting
    • Cedar Waxwing
  • Question 38
    • Turdus migratorius is the :
    • Painted Bunting
    • Black Phoebe
    • American Robin
    • Cedar Waxwing
  • Question 39
    • The Brown-headed Cowbird has the word cow in its name because :
    • It makes a sound like a cow’s moo
    • It follows cattle to find food
    • It was a popular pet of cowboys and cowgirls
    • It has a black and white color pattern like a cow
  • Question 40
    • The order Passeriformes includes which of the following :
    • Woodpeckers
    • Flycatchers
    • Goatsuckers
    • Albatrosses
  • Question 41
    • The order Galliformes includes which of the following :
    • Doves
    • Rails
    • Darters
    • Turkeys
  • Question 42
    • The imaged birds are :
    • Whooping Cranes
    • American Coots
    • Caspian Terns
    • Wilson’s Phalaropes
  • Question 43
    • The imaged birds are :
    • Black-bellied Whistling-Duck
    • Wood Duck
    • Surf Scoter
    • Cinnamon Teal
  • Question 44
    • Canvasbacks feed mainly from :
    • Trees
    • Grassland
    • Other animals
    • Underwater
  • Question 45
    • The imaged bird is a :
    • Crested Caracara
    • American Kestrel
    • Clapper Rail
    • Northern Harrier
  • Question 46
    • Aquila chrysaetos is the :
    • Bald Eagle
    • Golden Eagle
    • Swainson’s Hawk
    • Peregrine Falcon
  • Question 47
    • The feeding bird is a:
    • Bald Eagle
    • Turkey Vulture
    • Swainson’s Hawk
    • California Condor
  • Question 48
    • The imaged bird is a:
    • California Dove
    • Ground Dove
    • Inca Dove
    • Mourning Dove
  • Question 50
    • The imaged bird is a:
    • Mallard
    • Northern Shoveler
    • Surf Scoter
    • Northern Bobwhite