Backyard Bird List

I’ve been privileged to see all the following birds from my suburban Orlando backyard. Scroll down further for additional birds seen in the neighborhood.

[m] Found during migration only
[s] Summer visitor
[w] Winter visitor

  1. American Crow
  2. American Goldfinch [w]
  3. American Redstart [m]
  4. American Robin [w]
  5. Bald Eagle
  6. Black Vulture
  7. Blue Jay
  8. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
  9. Boat-tailed Grackle
  10. Brown Thrasher
  11. Brown-headed Cowbird
  12. Cape May Warbler [m]
  13. Carolina Wren [s]
  14. Cattle Egret
  15. Cedar Waxwing [w]
  16. Chipping Sparrow [w]
  17. Common Grackle
  18. Common Ground-Dove
  19. Common Nighthawk [s]
  20. Common Yellowthroat
  21. Cooper’s Hawk
  22. Downy Woodpecker
  23. Eastern Bluebird
  24. Eastern Phoebe [w]
  25. Gray Catbird [w]
  26. Great Crested Flycatcher
  27. Great Blue Heron
  28. Great Egret
  29. House Finch
  30. House Sparrow
  31. House Wren [w]
  32. Indigo Bunting [m]
  33. Little Blue Heron
  34. Loggerhead Shrike
  35. Mallard
  36. Mourning Dove
  37. Nanday Parakeet
  38. Northern Bobwhite
  39. Northern Cardinal
  40. Northern Mockingbird
  41. Northern Parula
  42. Orange-crowned Warbler [w]
  43. Orchard Oriole [m]
  44. Osprey
  45. Painted Bunting [w]
  46. Palm Warbler [w]
  47. Prairie Warbler [w]
  48. Purple Martin [s]
  49. Red-bellied Woodpecker
  50. Red-shouldered Hawk
  51. Red-winged Blackbird
  52. Rock Pigeon
  53. Ruby-throated Hummingbird
  54. Sandhill Crane
  55. Savannah Sparrow [w]
  56. Snowy Egret
  57. Swallow-tailed Kite [s]
  58. Tricolored Heron
  59. Tufted Titmouse
  60. White Ibis
  61. Yellow-rumped Warbler [w]
  62. Yellow-throated Warbler [w]

Additional Birds Found in Our Neighborhood

  1. Anhinga
  2. Belted Kingfisher [w]
  3. Black-necked Stilt [s]
  4. Double-crested Cormorant
  5. Great Horned Owl
  6. Hooded Merganser [w]
  7. Lesser Scaup [w]
  8. Limpkin
  9. Pied-billed Grebe [w]
  10. Spotted Sandpiper [m]
  11. Wood Stork