AnimalsBirdsPasserines — Order Passeriformes
This order includes over half of all bird species.
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Bushtit —  Psaltriparus minimus [1]
Family Aegithalidae.
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Horned Lark —  Eremophila alpestris [1]
Family Alaudidae.
Cedar Waxwing
Waxwings — Genus Bombycilla
Family Bombycillidae.
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Longspurs & Snow Bunting — Family Calcariidae
Northern Cardinal
Cardinals — Family Cardinalidae
Brown Creeper
Brown Creeper —  Certhia americana [1,2]
Family Certhiidae.
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American Dipper —  Cinclus mexicanus [1]
Family Cinclidae.
American Crow
Crows & Jays — Family Corvidae
Chipping Sparrow
Sparrows — Family Emberizidae
House Finch
Finches — Family Fringillidae
Barn Swallow
Swallows — Family Hirundinidae
Red-winged Blackbird
Icterids — Family Icteridae
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Shrikes — Genus Lanius
Family Laniidae.
Northern Mockingbird
Mimids — Family Mimidae
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Pipits — Family Motacillidae
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Northern Wheatear —  Oenanthe oenanthe [1]
Family Muscicapidae.
Carolina Chickadee
Chickadees & Titmice — Family Paridae
Yellow-rumped Warbler
Wood-Warblers — Family Parulidae
House Sparrow
House Sparrow —  Passer domesticus [1,2]
Family Passeridae.
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Olive Warbler —  Peucedramus taeniatus [1]
Family Peucedramidae.
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Gnatcatchers — Genus Polioptila
Family Polioptilidae.
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Silky-flycatchers — Family Ptilogonatidae
Ruby-crowned Kinglet
Kinglets — Family Regulidae
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Verdin —  Auriparus flaviceps [1]
Family Remizidae.
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Nuthatches — Genus Sitta
Family Sittidae.
European Starling
European Starling —  Sturnus vulgaris [1,2]
Family Sturnidae.
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Barred Antshrike —  Thamnophilus doliatus [1]
Family Thamnophilidae.
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Tityras & Becards — Family Tityridae
Carolina Wren
Wrens — Family Troglodytidae
American Robin
Thrushes — Family Turdidae
Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
Tyrant Flycatchers — Family Tyrannidae
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Vireos — Genus Vireo
Family Vireonidae.
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. Texas Bird Records Committee, the committee of the Texas Ornithological Society that maintains the official Texas state list of birds.
  2. Rick's iNaturalist observations, nature observations of Richard K. Murphy. Identifications are not necessarily confirmed by other users.