These Birds are the most frequent Tower Kills

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The red knot is a medium-sized shorebird which breeds in tundra and the Arctic Cordillera in the far north of Canada.  (Population Decreasing)

Atlantic Flyway

Red Knot


The black-throated blue warbler is a small passerine bird of the New World warbler family. Its breeding ranges are located in the interior of deciduous and mixed coniferous forests in eastern North America

Atlantic Flyway

Black-throated Blue Warbler


The wood thrush is a North American passerine bird. Distributed across North America, wintering in Central America and southern Mexico.

Atlantic Flyway

Wood Thrush

Cerulean Warbler Dendroica-cerulea-002.j

The cerulean warbler is a small songbird of the New World warbler family.  Its population is dropping faster than any other warbler species in the United States.

Mississippi Flyway

Cerulean Warbler


The bobolink is a small New World blackbird and the only member of the genus Dolichonyx.  Bobolinks stay hidden in tall grasses or brush, clinging to seed heads or foraging on the ground amid the stems.




The wood thrush is a North American passerine bird. Distributed across North America, wintering in Central America and southern Mexico.

Mississippi Flyway

Clapper Rail

The bay-breasted warbler is a New World warbler. They breed in northern North America, specifically in Canada, into the Great Lakes region, and into northern New England. (Population Decreasing)

Central Flyway

Bay-breasted Warbler


Swainson's thrush, also called olive-backed thrush, is a medium-sized thrush. It is a member of genus Catharus and is typical of it in terms of its subdued coloration and beautiful voice.

Central Flyway

Swainson's Thrush


The common yellowthroat is a New World warbler. It is an abundant breeder in North America, ranging from southern Canada to central Mexico.  (Top of the list for tower kills)

All Flyways

Common Yellowthroat


Secretive, except for its distinctive guttural call, the western yellow-billed cuckoo is an increasingly rare bird dependent on large patches of native streamside forest in the American West.

Pacific Flyway

Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo


The rufous hummingbird is a small hummingbird, about 8 cm long with a long, straight and slender bill. These birds are known for their extraordinary flight skills, flying 2,000 mi during their migratory transits. (Population Decreasing)

Pacific Flyway

Rufous Hummingbird


The Wilson's warbler is a small New World warbler. It is greenish above and yellow below, with rounded wings and a long, slim tail. The male has a black crown patch; depending on the subspecies, that mark is reduced or absent in the female. (Population in Steep Decline)

Pacific Flyway

Wilson's Warbler

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