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Name a bird for each letter of the alphabet- (4 Viewers)

I believe there is nothing for J? There may be other letters to come which don't have anything either ...

If so ...

K - Kentucky Warber
Unless we are counting vagrants from the Neotropics like Eared Quetzal or Key West Quail-Dove, there are no Q birds.

So I'll go for R - Rose-breasted Grosbeak
Let's try a fun one, bucket list bird. Just a bird you really want to see but it's not on your life list yet (no extinct or no longer in the wild species).

A - Atlantic Puffin (the fact that this might be the last puffin I get on my life list is concerning...)
[Yellow-throated Warbler to fill Y in the last list]

B - Brolga - partly for the name, partly to add to my Crane list but mainly because it would mean that I am in Australia!
C - Connecticut Warbler

One of the four eastern warblers I still need, and the rarest after Kirtland's.
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