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  1. 1. NORTHEAST REGION - UNITED STATES BIRD NAME: rock pigeon HABITAT: Urban DIET: seeds and plants FACT: They live in rocks. By SHAMAR
  2. 2. MIDATLANTIC REGION - UNITED STATES BIRD NAME: blue jay HABITAT: forest DIET: seeds ,nuts, acorn, and berries. FACT: They are about 9-12 inches. By: Shamar
  3. 3. SOUTHEAST REGION - UNITED STATES BIRD NAME: bald eagle HABITAT: coast DIET: fish and carrion. FACT: Females are 25 percent larger than the male. By: shamar
  4. 4. GREAT LAKES REGION - UNITED STATES BIRD NAME: gadwall HABITAT: lake DIET: plant FACT: They breed in northern EUROPE. By: Shamar
  5. 5. MIDWEST REGION - UNITED STATES BIRD NAME: killdeer HABITAT: grassland DIET: insects, snails, and earthworms FACT: Killdeer nest on the ground. By: Shamar
  6. 6. MOUNTAIN REGION - UNITED STATES BIRD NAME: Inca dove HABITAT: grasslands DIET: grass and seeds FACT: Inca dove reach a length of 16.5. By: Shamar
  7. 7. PACIFIC COAST REGION - UNITED STATES BIRD NAME: black scoter HABITAT: ocean DIET: insect, fish, duck weed, caddis fly FACT: There the only black duck in America. By: Shamar
  8. 8. SOUTHWEST REGION - UNITED STATES BIRD NAME: barn swallow HABITAT: swamp DIET: insects FACT: They nest in or on building. By: Shamar
  9. 9. ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN - MARYLAND BIRD NAME: bobolink HABITAT: forest DIET: seeds, grains, insects and spiders. FACT: There egg has spot on them. By: Shamar
  10. 10. PIEDMONT PLATEAU - MARYLAND BIRD NAME: barred owl HABITAT: river, ponds, swamp DIET: mice, rabbit and chipmunks. FACT: They got short ears. By: Shamar
  11. 11. APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN REGION - MARYLAND BIRD NAME: Dovekie HABITAT: mountain DIET: crustaceans and fish. FACT: They usually lay just one egg. By: Shamar

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