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  • 1. { Birds Seen on LSC-CyFair Campus Instructor: Jeff Mohamed Photos by: Jeff Mohamed
  • 2. Two spring migration flyways
  • 3. Spring Migrants
  • 4. Northern Cardinal
  • 5. Blue Jay
  • 6. Northern Mockingbird
  • 7. Great-tailed Grackle
  • 8. White-winged Dove
  • 9. Loggerhead Shrike
  • 10. European Starling
  • 11. Great Egret
  • 12. Great Blue Heron Anahuac
  • 13. Yellow-crowned Night Heron
  • 14. Green Heron
  • 15. Black-bellied Whistling Duck
  • 16. Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
  • 17. Western Kingbird
  • 18. Purple Martins
  • 19. Purple Martins
  • 20. Red-tailed Hawk Turkey Vulture Great Egret Great Blue Heron Green Heron Mallard Black-bellied Whistling Duck Killdeer Blue Jay Northern Mockingbird Birds Seen During Class Today (7 May 2014) Red-winged Blackbird Eastern Meadowlark White-winged Dove Mourning Dove Barn Swallow Purple Martin Great-tailed Grackle Common Grackle European Starling

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