Nebraska Ornithologists' Union



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"What do birds in Nebraska eat?" Color photo section from Nebraska Bird Review (March 2014) 82(1).


Copyright 2014 Nebraska Ornithologists’ Union. Used by permission.


Photographs of American Robins with Eastern red cedar berry and earthworm and Purple Martins with red admiral butterfly and snowberry clearwing moth (p. 20); Lazuli Bunting with millet, Grasshopper Sparrow with grasshopper, Cedar Waxwing with ornamental crab apples, and Herring Gull with unidentified fish (p. 21); Red-tailed Hawk with Eastern fox squirrel, Sharp-shinned Hawk with Eurasian Collared-Dove, Rough-legged Hawk with small mammal, and Cooper’s Hawk with House Finch (p. 22); Swainson’s Thrush with grain, Orchard Oriole with mulberry, Yellow-throated Vireo with unidentified fly, and Turkey Vulture with unidentified snake (p. 23); Pileated Woodpecker feeding juvenile, Downy Woodpecker feeding juvenile, Northern Cardinals sharing food, and Barn Swallows (p. 24); Western Tanager with orange, Northern Saw-whet Owl in nest box, Wood Thrush on nest, and Yellow-headed Blackbird males (p. 25); Cape May Warbler, Yellow Warbler with unidentified insect, Northern Parula, Magnolia Warbler, and Common Yellowthroat with unidentified insects (p. 26).