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American Crow

Life span
American crows have a lifespan of around 6 to 10 years, though many can live much longer.
Statistics
Length: 16-21 inches, Wingspan: 33-39 inches. Weight: 11 – 22 ounces
Physical Description
The American crow is a black bird, averaging around 18 inches long. Crows have black feathers, beaks, legs and feet.

 

Common Grackle

Physical Description

Grackles are blackbirds, with iridescent purple-blue feathers on the back, neck and head. Their legs and heads are also black; they have yellow eyes, and a long tail. Grackles measure 11-13 inches in length, have a wingspan of 14-18 inches, and weigh anywhere from 2.6 – 5 ounces

Distribution
Common Grackles are found in most of Eastern North America.

 

Great Blue Heron

Life Span

Approximately 15 years

Statistics

Size: 3.2 to 4.5 ft. Wingspan: 5.5 to 6.6 ft. Weight: 4.6 to 7.3 lbs

Physical Description

The Great Blue Heron is a tall, light blue-grey bird with long black legs. Blue Herons have a black belly, and a black stripe along its white head. The beak is long, and pointed.

 

PIGEON

Life span

They average 3-5 years in the wild. Captive pigeons generally live up to 15 years but some have been known to live for up to 35 years.

Statistics

Length: 11-13 inches, Wingspan: 20-24 inches.

Physical Description
Feral pigeons are a generally gray bird with slightly iridescent feathers on the neck that shine pink and green in the sunlight.

 

CALIFORNIA GULL

Life Span

10-15 years

Statistics

Length: 18 to 21 inches long with a 40 to 50 inch wingspan.

Physical Description

They are in general medium to large birds typically grey or white, often with black markings on the head or wings. They have stout, longish bills and webbed feet.

Distribution
This species was formerly almost exclusively coastal, but can now also be found at large lakes and rivers.

 

HOUSE SPARROW

Physical Description

House sparrows have a wingspan of 6 inches. They have a body length of 5-6 inches. Male house sparrows have streaked brown plumage with pale cheeks, a grey crown and black bib. The females are paler and without the patterned head.

Distribution
House sparrows are distributed across Europe, Africa and Asia. They have been introduced to North and South America, South Africa and parts of Australia.

 

STARLING

Description

Starlings are 8 inches in length, and have a wingspan of 8-10 inches. In the summer, starlings are black with an iridescent purple and green sheen and a yellow bill. In the winter, their white speckles become more prominent. Juveniles are mousy brown with a pale chest, and lack the spotted breast of the adults.

Distribution

Starlings are native to Europe and Asia, but have been introduced worldwide.

 

BARN SWALLOW

 

Statistics

Length: 6-8 inches.

Physical Description

Swallows have long pointed wings and a deeply forked tail. The back is covered in metallic dark-blue feathers. The chest and parts of the underside of the wings are white, cream or pinkish. The face is a deep red. They have a large mouth with a small bill; and short legs.

Distribution
Swallows are found all over Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America