8 Different Types Of Black and White Birds

Medium-sized, black-and-white plumage, found across North America. Impressive tails, opportunistic diet, up to 150 characters.

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Black-billed Magpie

Diverse sparrows with 14 subspecies. Common across North America. Ground-dwelling, seed foragers, up to 3 broods/year, 3-6 eggs each.

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Dark-eyed Junco

Striking black and white birds with bare heads, nesting in colonies near wetlands. Limited US range, common in South America.

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Wood Stork

Medium-sized, black and white plumage, red crown (males). Common in North America, similar to Downy Woodpecker, found in diverse habitats.

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Hairy Woodpecker

Black and white birds, yellow patch, annual migration to South America, polygamous breeding habits.

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Bobolink

Western US, Canada; winter in Mexico. Notable black throat, white belly; deliberate movers.

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Black-throated Gray Warbler

Male and female Lark Buntings have a finch-like bill, distinctive markings, and sing melodically. In winter, they form flocks and feed with other birds.

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Lark Bunting (Male)

A nocturnal heron with black cap, white face, and robust bill, inhabits various continents, feeding on diverse prey at night.

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Black-Crowned Night-Heron

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