Birds of St. Charles County, MO

Here you will find information about many of the birds that live in, or migrate to, the St. Charles County area. Due to St. Charles County's location near the Mississippi River, it is part of the Mississippi Flyway,
the longest bird migration route in the entire Western Hemisphere. Because of this, the residents of St. Charles County can occasionally catch a glimpse of many unfamiliar migratory birds who are just passing through during in the spring and fall seasons.

If you would like to download a printer-friendly checklist of these birds to record the ones that you have seen, along with the dates and locations of your sightings, click here. If you would like to download a blank checklist to record the birds and sightings in your own area, click here.

    American Crow
    American Goldfinch
    American Kestrel
    American Robin
    Bald Eagle
    Baltimore Oriole
    Barn Owl
    Barn Swallow
    Black-capped Chickadee
    Blue Jay
    Brown-headed Cowbird
    Brown Thrasher
    Canada Goose
    Carolina Wren
    Common Grackle
    Cooper's Hawk
    Dark-eyed Junco
    Downy Woodpecker
    Eastern Bluebird
    Eastern Kingbird
    Eastern Phoebe
    Eastern Screech Owl
    Eurasian Tree Sparrow
    European Starling
    Great Blue Heron
    Great Horned Owl
    Green Heron
    Hairy Woodpecker
    House Finch
    House Sparrow
    Indigo Bunting
    Mallard Duck
    Mourning Dove
    Northern Bobwhite
    Northern Cardinal
    Northern Flicker
    Northern Mockingbird
    Red-bellied Woodpecker
    Red-headed Woodpecker
    Red-tailed Hawk
    Red-winged Blackbird
    Rock Dove
    Rose-breasted Grosbeak
    Ruby-throated Hummingbird
    Sharp-shinned Hawk
    Song Sparrow
    Tufted Titmouse
    Turkey Vulture
    White-breasted Nuthatch
    White-crowned Sparrow
    Wild Turkey

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