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Wisconsin Bird Quiz #1 ~ On Bird Habitat, Food, Description, misc on April 18, 2019

Give this Wisconsin bird quiz at try! It may be easy or it may be difficult. I have gotten requests for more quizzes and quizzes of this type. There are 50 images making that 25 matches. To try this quiz, I suggest a paper and pencil. Write down e.g. images #1 and #14 seem to be a match or have something in common, etc. When you are finished check with the answers below. If you come across something that appears to be incorrect, please let me know. This quiz is the first of it’s kind so feed back is appreciated if possible.  Thank you

Answers are below the images, have fun!

 

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ANSWERS

 

 1  –  49

2  –  38

3  –  20

4  –  50

5  –  18

6  –  42

7  – 14

8  –  21

9  –  41

10  –  45

11  –  36

12  –  48

13  –  23

15  –  30

16  –  27

17  –  24

19  –  32

22  –  33

25  –  35

26  –  39

28  –  40

29  –  43

31  –  44

34  –  46

37  –  47

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Image Description

1 – Canada Goose eggs in nest

2 – Bobolink

3 – Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

4 – Building roof top where gulls nest, breeding habitat

5 – American Avocet

6 – Great Horned Owl

7 – Cedar berries – Townsend’s Solitaire food

8 – Cooper’s Hawk nest

9 – Cattle Egret – cows in a field, sometimes Cattle Egrets are seen with cows in a field, habitat

10 – Bald Eagle

11 – Common Redpoll

12 – Yellow-rumped Warbler

13 – Greater Scaup – bill, wide black mark on bill tip

14 – Townsend’s Solitaire

15 – House Wren

16 – Killdeer habitat, gravel area nesting

17 – Red-winged Blackbird

18 – American Avocet

19 – Lesser Scaup

20 – Yellow-bellied Sapsucker – access holes for sap allowing the bird to get sap

21 – Cooper’s Hawk

22 – Green Heron chick

23 – Greater Scaup

24 – Red-winged Blackbird – habitat

25 – Wild Turkey head

26 – Chimney Swift

27 – Killdeer in snow

28 – Northern Saw whet Owl habitat – one actually found here in this tree by a little girl at the arboretum in Madison

29 – Open cage – Was told bird species escaped from a bird store in Chicago

30 – House Wren – brush pile habitat

31 – Snowy Owl

32 – Lesser Scaup – bill, narrow black nail on end of bill

33 – Green Heron

34 – Barred Owl

35 – Wild Turkey nest with eggs

36 – Common Redpoll – alder cones seeds what they eat

37 – Ruby-throated Hummingbird

38 – Bobolink – field habitat where they might be found

39 – Chimney – Chimney Swift habitat

40 – Northern Saw whet Owl

41 – Cattle Egret

42 – Great Horned Owl – owlets

43 – European Goldfinch

44 – Snowy Owl – Snow plies where they might be found in winter

45 – Bald Eagle nest

46 – Barred Owl tail

47 – Ruby-throated Hummingbird nest

48 – Yellow-rumped Warbler – yellow patch on back, sometimes this bird is called butter butt

49 – Canada Geese flying by

50 – Ring-billed Gull with grass for nesting material

Sparrow ID Quiz ~ test your yourself on these beautiful birds here in Wisconsin!

Sparrow ID Quiz ~ test your yourself on these beautiful birds that can be found sometime during the year here in Wisconsin! With the other bird ID Quizzes going over well, and many requests for a Sparrow ID quiz, I have put one together. All images were taken by me and photographed here in Wisconsin. Answers are below last photo at the bottom of the page. There is a chance you may see some color variation in sparrows considering sex, age or time of year. There are books, FB groups, phone apps, classes to lean more. There are also presentations to help in learning bird ID, look for details at your local nature center. Special Note: I have complied a list of 18 species, there are 20 images, as I have an image of both the male and female House Sparrow. This quiz may not be as easy as the other quizzes! See how well you do, have fun too!

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ANSWERS BELOW

#1 – White-crowned Sparrow

#2 – Fox Sparrow

#3 – Savannah Sparrow

#4 – Field Sparrow

#5 – American Tree Sparrow

#6 – House Sparrow – Male

#7 – Song Sparrow

#8 – Henslow’s Sparrow      – Retzer Nature Center

#9 – Lincoln’s Sparrow

#10 – Chipping Sparrow

#11 – Le Conte’s Sparrow     – Magic Hedge

#12 – Lark Sparrow     – Lake Park

#13 – Nelson’s Sharp-tailed Sparrow     – Magic Hedge

#14 – White-throated Sparrow

#15 – Harris’s Sparrow     – Retzer Nature Center

#16 – Vesper Sparrow     – Marquette County

#17 – Clay-colored Sparrow

#18 – House Sparrow – Female

#19 – Grasshopper Sparrow     – Magic Hedge

#20 – Swamp Sparrow

Ducks, Grebes, and Geese ID Quiz ~ test your yourself on these beautiful birds here in Wisconsin!

Ducks, Grebes, and Geese ID Quiz ~ test your yourself on these beautiful birds that can be found sometime during the year here in Wisconsin! There are 50 images, see how well you do. Answers are below last photo at the bottom of the page. There is a chance you may see some color variation in ducks, grebes, or geese considering sex, age or time of year. There are books, FB groups, phone apps, classes to lean more. There are also presentations to help in learning bird ID, look for details at your local nature center. All photos were taken in Wisconsin except the Wood Ducks and the female Green-winged Teal images. Please let me know if you see an error, thank you. Special Note: I have complied a list of 50 images of ducks, grebes, and geese. I am missing a few of the images for various reasons, sorry. This quiz may not be as easy as the warbler or shorebird quiz! So don’t look for these in the quiz as they are missing: American Black Duck fm, Northern Pintail fm, Barrow’s Goldeneye fm, Common Mergansers.

Ducks

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# 3   Narrow black nail, and not the wide black on the tip of the bill tells you it is a?

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# 6  Narrow black nail, and not the wide black on the tip of the bill tells you it is a?

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# 26 – assuming this is a female, what species?

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# 31   A rare vistor

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# 44    White tip on the bill means it is a…

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Geese

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Ducks

#1 – Mallard – male

#2 – Northern Shoveler – male

#3 –Lesser Scaup – male

#4 – Canvasback – female

#5 – Redhead – male

#6 – Lesser Scaup – female

# 7 – Bufflehead – male

#8 – Wood Duck – female

#9 – Long-tailed Duck – male

#10 – Canvasback – male

#11 – Redhead – female

#12 – Northern Shoveler – female

#13 – Ring-necked Duck – female

#14 – Bufflehead – female

#15 – Ring-necked Duck – male

#16 – Eurasian Wigeon – male

#17 – American Wigeon – male

#18 – Harlequin Duck – male

#19 – Gadwall – female

#20 – Gadwall – male

#21 – Blue-winged Teal – female

#22 – Blue-winged Teal – male

#23 – Greater Scaup – male

#24 – Red-breasted Merganser – female

#25 – Common Goldeneye – female

#26 – Hooded Merganser – female

#27 –Ruddy Duck – female

#28 – Red-breasted Merganser – male

#29 – Greater Scaup – female

#30 – Wood Duck – male

#31 – Cinnamon Teal – male

#32 – Green-winged Teal – female

#33 – Hooded Merganser – male

#34 – Green-winged Teal – male

#35 – Common Goldeneye – male

#36 – Barrow’s Goldeneye – male

#37 – Ruddy Duck – male

#38 – Long-tailed Duck – female

#39 – Mallard – female

#40 – American Black Duck, male

Grebes

#41 – Pied-billed Grebe

#42 – Western Grebe

#43 – Eared Grebe

#44 – Horned Grebe

#45 – Red-necked Grebe

Geese

#46 – Snow Goose

#47 – Canada Goose

#48 – Greater White-fronted Goose

#49 – Ross’s Goose

#50 – Cackling Goose

Shorebird ID Quiz ~ test your yourself before these beautiful birds arrive here in Wisconsin this spring!

Shorebird ID Quiz ~ test your yourself before these beautiful birds arrive here in Wisconsin this spring! 32 species, see how well you do. All shorebirds below were photographed in Wisconsin. Answers are below last photo at the bottom of the page. There is a chance you may see some color variation in shorebirds considering sex, age or time of year. There are books, FB groups, phone apps, classes to lean more. There are also presentations to help in learning bird ID, look for details at your local nature center. Special Note: I have complied a list of 35 shorebirds you might see in Wisconsin. I am missing 3 of those images for various reasons, sorry. This quiz may not be as easy as the warbler quiz! So don’t look for these in the quiz as they are missing: Solitary Sandpiper, Hudsonian Godwit, and Long-billed Dowitcher.

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#1 – Buff-breasted Sandpiper

#2 – American Woodcock

#3 – American Avocet

#4 – Black-belled Plover

#5 – Short-billed Dowitcher

#6 – Purple Sandpiper

# 7 – Marbled Godwit

#8 – Whimbrel

#9 – Killdeer

#10 – Semipalmated Plover

#11 – Dunlin

#12 – Sanderling

#13 – Upland Sandpiper

#14 – Ruddy Turnstone

#15 – Western Sandpiper

#16 – Red Phalarope

#17 – Lesser Yellowlegs

#18 – Greater Yellowlegs

#19 – Black-necked Stilts

#20 – Willets

#21 – Red Knot

#22 – Wilson’s Phalarope

#23 – Pectoral Sandpiper

#24 – Semipalmated Sandpiper

#25 – Baird’s Sandpiper

#26 – Wilson’s Snipe

#27 – Spotted Sandpiper

#28 – Stilt Sandpiper

#29 – Least Sandpiper

#30 – Piping Plove

#31 – American Golden-Plover

#32 – White-rumped Sandpiper

Warbler ID Quiz ~ test your yourself before these beautiful birds arrive here in Wisconsin this spring!

Warbler ID Quiz ~ test your yourself before these beautiful birds arrive here in Wisconsin this spring! 29 species, see how well you do. All warblers below were photographed in Wisconsin. Answers are below last photo at the bottom of the page. There is a chance you may see some color variation in warblers considering sex, age or time of year. There are books, FB groups, phone apps, classes to lean more. There are also presentations to help in learning bird ID, look for details at your local nature center.

Answers Below

#1 ~ tail bobbs

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#5 ~ usually found lower

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#8 ~ also called butter butt

#9 ~ usually seen on the ground picking through leaves, etc

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#12 ~ can be seen on the bank of a lake, river or creek, seen near water…

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#23 ~ not common in our area

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ANSWERS BELOW

 

#1 – Palm Warbler

#2 – Black-and-white Warbler

#3 – Magnolia Warbler

#4 – Northern Parula

#5 – Common Yellowthroat

#6 – Black-throated Blue Warbler

#7 – Nashville Warbler

#8 – Yellow-rumped Warbler

#9 – Worm-eating Warbler

#10 – Black-throated Green Warbler

#11 – Blackpoll Warbler

#12 – Prothonotary Warbler

#13 – Cape May Warbler

#14 – Chestnut -sided Warbler

#15 – Yellow Warbler

#16 – Wilson’s Warbler

#17 – Blackburnian Warbler

#18 – Orange-crowned Warbler

#19 – Hooded Warbler

#20 – Mourning Warbler

#21 – Canada Warbler

#22 – Tennesse Warbler

#23 – Prairie Warbler

#24 – Ovenbird

#25 – Golden-winged Warbler

#26 – Kirtland’s Warbler

#27 – American Redstart

#28 – Pine Warbler

#29 – Yellow-throated Warbler