at Twin Swamps Nature Preserve

Twin Swamps is rich
with bird life, such as this
prothonotary warbler.

These beautiful little
birds are frequently seen
from the swamp boardwalk.

A few more bird photographs are shown below.


At the bottom of this page is a list of birds
that have been seen or heard at Twin Swamps.


Blue-gray gnatcatcher

Yellow-bellied sapsucker

Carolina wren

Rose-breasted grosbeak


Prothonotary warbler,
at home in the swamp

Vireo on her nest

Prothonotary warbler



Bird List
These birds have been seen or heard at Twin Swamps by me and my family.

Blackbird, red-winged
Bunting, indigo
Chickadee, Carolina
Crow, American
Crow, fish
Cuckoo, yellow-billed
Duck, mallard
Duck, wood
Eagle, bald
Flycatcher, great-crested
Gnatcatcher, blue-gray
Goldfinch, American
Goose, Canada
Grackle, common
Grosbeak, rose-breasted

Hawk, red-shouldered
Hawk, red-tailed
Heron, great blue
Heron, green
Hummingbird, ruby-throated
Jay, blue
Nuthatch, white-breasted
Oriole, Baltimore
Oriole, orchard
Owl, barred
Pewee, Eastern wood
Robin, American
Sapsucker, yellow-bellied
Sparrow, field
Tanager, summer

Thrush, wood
Titmouse, tufted
Vireo, white-eyed
Vulture, turkey
Warbler, Blackburnian
Warbler, black-throated green
Warbler, chestnut-sided
Warbler, prairie
Warbler, prothonotary
Warbler, yellow-rumped
Woodpecker, downy
Woodpecker, pileated
Woodpecker, red-bellied
Woodpecker, red-headed
Wren, Carolina
Yellowthroat, common

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