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Birds

Birds and Birding at Valle Crucis Community Park

With its mosaic of habitat types–riparian forest, marsh, meadow and open field– the Valle Crucis Community Park supports a wide diversity of birds. We’re grateful to our partners at High Country Audubon Society for their work documenting birds of the Park. Around 150 species of birds have been observed at the Park and at least 30 species nest here. Below is a sample of bird species commonly seen in the Park. More information on each species is available by following the link to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology website.

Interested in learning more about birding? Look for announcements about Wednesday morning birding walks at the Park, hosted by the High Country Audubon Society. 

 

Cardinal

Yellow Warbler

European Starling

American Crow

Merlin

Song Sparrow

Mourning Dove

Chimney Swift

Ruby Throated Hummingbird

Wild Turkey

Red Tailed Hawk

Ovenbird

Common Yellowthroat

American Redstart

Red-Eyed Vireo

Tufted Titmouse

Red-Winged Blackbird

Carolina Wren

House Sparrow

Carolina Chickadee

Downy Woodpecker

Tree Swallow

American Robin

Blue Jay