gives you the links to the countries of North America, as well as to the list of the birds of North America, North of the Mexican border. 

Click on the different countries of North America and it will take you to the relevant birdlist. There will be Check lists of the birds by state and by province for Canada, Mexico and the USA. Our lists of birds of North America have the latest available information, coded for presence status and abundance as defined in our birdlist coding system, built up from the states and provinces of North America to the nationwide and continental lists of North America.


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Birds of Alaska

Birds of California

Birds of North Dakota

Birds of New Mexico

Birds of Minnesota

Birds of Maine

Birds of Virginia

Birds of Washington

Birds of Nevada

Birds of South Dakota

Birds of Oklahoma

Birds of Wisconsin

Birds of New Hampshire

Birds of West Vriginia

Birds of Oregon

Birds of Utah

Birds of Nebraska

Birds of Texas

Birds of Michigan

Birds of Vermont

Birds of North Carolina

Birds of Idaho

Birds of Arizona

Birds of Kansas

Birds of Arkansas

Birds of Illinois

Birds of New York

Birds of South Carolina

Birds of Montana

Birds of Colorado

Birds of Missouri

Birds of Louisiana

Birds of Indiana

Birds of Pennsylvania

Birds of Georgia

Birds of Wyoming

Birds of Hawaii

Birds of Kentucky


Birds of Ohio

Birds of Maryland

Birds of Florida



Birds of Tennessee



Birds of Massachusetts

Birds of Mississippi






Birds of Connecticut

Birds of Alabama






Birds of New Jersey







Birds of Providence







Birds of Delaware




  Abundance Codes


Distribution range deducted from map, not actual record.


Present, abundance not determined.


Within its range, varying from common to occasional


Rare, wandered outside of its normal range but still may be expected from time to time. Between 10 - 100 records.


Vagrant, accidental, species far out of its normal distribution range. >10 records.


Introduced species.


Not verified.




Extinct in country

Status of Permanence Codes


Resident, present  year around.


Nests in the area but absent during part of the year.


Migrant, non-breeding. May spend a short period or the entire winter.


Wintering; stays in the area, while its primary nesting range is elsewhere.


National endemic.


National bird.


How to safe and print a list

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Como imprimir una lista

Como imprimir uma lista

Wie eine Liste zu drucken

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