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Common birds in western washington that are protected

Bald Eagle Immature Bald Eagle 256 - Osprey (Paleon haliaetus) - 9384 Peregrin falcon 03 Juvenile Red-Tailed Hawk
Bald Eagle (A) Bald Eagle (J) Osprey Falcons Hawks
Great Horned Owl Great blue heron Ardea herodias Pileated Woodpecker - male Red-winged Blackbird Robin Red Breast
Owls Herons Woodpeckers Blackbirds Songbirds
Crow Visitor Laughing Gull Mallard
Crows Gulls Ducks
Double-crested Cormorant Bat Impressions Dunlin Canada Goose
Cormorants Shorebirds Geese


Bird species that are not protected

Male House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) House Sparrow hello! I work for the pigeon post
Starling House Sparrow (M) House Sparrow (F) Pigeon

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