Birds of Evergreen

A guide to the avifauna of the campus core, forest, and beach



American Crow

Order: Passeriformes Family: Corvidae Genus: Corvus Species: Corvus brachyrhynchos Introduction At 17.5’ (L) x 39” (ws) and at 1 lb, (Sibley 2003), the American crow is a coomon medium to large sized corvid found throughout North America (Verbeek and Caffrey… Continue Reading →

California Scrub-Jay

Order: Passeriformes Family: Corvidae Genus: Aphelocoma Species: Aphelocoma californica Introduction The California Scrub-Jay (A. californica) is a midsize passerine bird averaging at about 87 grams and 28-30 centimeters in length. Making this species between the size of a robin and… Continue Reading →

Common Raven

Order: Passeriformes Family: Corvidae Genus: Corvus Species: Corvus corax Introduction Corvus corax,otherwise known as the Common Raven, is extremely prominent ecologically, geographically, and even culturally all around the world in a variety of different biomes. It is covered completely with… Continue Reading →

Steller’s Jay

The Steller ’s Jay is an easily recognizable medium to large songbird. It is bright blue with narrow black barring on its tail and wing feathers, a blackish upper body and head topped with a prominent triangular crest. It has a long tail, broad wings, and a long, thick bill slightly hooked at the tip.

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