Top 8 Types of Brown Birds


Red-winged Blackbird

➔ Males are black with a bright red and yellow shoulder patch. Females are brown and streaked.
➔ Found in marshes, meadows, and open fields.
➔ Song is a loud, clear "konk-ka-ree."

Brown Thrasher

➔ Large, brown bird with a long tail.
➔ Found in forests and thickets.
➔ Song is a long, complex series of whistles and trills.

American Robin

➔ Medium-sized, brown bird with a red breast.
➔ Found in open areas, such as lawns and parks.
➔ Song is a clear, melodious warble.

Song Sparrow

➔ Small, brown bird with a streaked breast.
➔ Found in a variety of habitats, including forests, fields, and backyards.
➔ Song is a series of short, sweet notes.

Chipping Sparrow

➔ Small, brown bird with a white belly and black cap.
➔ Found in open areas, such as fields and meadows.
➔ Song is a series of short, sharp notes.

White-crowned Sparrow

➔ Medium-sized, brown bird with a white crown and black and white stripes on the head.
➔ Found in open areas, such as fields and meadows.
➔ Song is a series of clear, whistled notes.

Mourning Dove

➔ Medium-sized, brown bird with a white patch on the neck.
➔ Found in open areas, such as fields and meadows.
➔ Call is a mournful "coo-oo."

House Sparrow

➔ Small, brown bird with a gray head and black bib.
➔ Found in urban and suburban areas.
➔ Song is a simple twittering.

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