How many species of birds are there in Indiana?

How many species of birds are there in Indiana?

More than 413 bird species have been found in Indiana with 260 plus observed somewhere in the state each year. A wide variety of habitats provide for an annual breeding population of about 180 species.

What kind of birds are in central Indiana?

28 Common Backyard Birds in Indiana:

  • Northern Cardinal.
  • American Robin.
  • Blue Jay.
  • Mourning Dove.
  • American Goldfinch.
  • Downy Woodpecker.
  • Red-bellied Woodpecker.
  • White-breasted Nuthatch.

Are chickadees in Indiana?

There are seven species of chickadees that breed in North America, but only two breed in Indiana: Black-capped and Carolina. Black-capped and Carolina Chickadees are very similar, and their ranges overlap slightly in Indiana, just south of my home so that I can see both birds in just a short drive.

Do purple finches live in Indiana?

Today, Purple Finches are much less common, typically only seen in winter in Indiana. Only 55 Purple Finches were reported statewide in Indiana’s 114th CBC, the lowest totals in seven years.

What kind of finches are in Indiana?

The Finches Gallery consist of ten species. Bold type indicates species I have photographed: Pine Grosbeak, PURPLE FINCH, HOUSE FINCH, RED CROSSBILL, WHITE-WINGED CROSSBILL, COMMON REDPOLL, Hoary Redpoll, PINE SISKIN, AMERICAN GOLDFINCH, EVENING GROSBEAK.

Why are birds in Indiana dying?

DNR has ruled out some possible causes including avian influenza, West Nile virus, and other flaviviruses, Salmonella and Chlamydia (bacterial pathogens), Newcastle disease virus and other paramyxoviruses, herpesviruses and poxviruses, and Trichomonas parasites.

What are the large black birds in Indiana?

Common Grackle. Identifying Characteristics: Lanky, large blackbirds that have a long tail and long bill that curves slightly downward. Loud birds that gather in big flocks high in trees.