Compare Eastern, Western, Gray, Loggerhead, and Cassin’s Kingbirds in the photos below. You can spot each species in North America, but the Loggerhead is more likely to be found in the Caribbean. The images are from our galleries.
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EASTERN KINGBIRD: Gman79 photographed this bird as it sat along a country road near Albany, Georgia.
WESTERN KINGBIRD: MiaM came upon this yellow-bellied bird in Utah County, Utah.
GRAY KINGBIRD: This bird was chasing its lunch. Hunter58 took the photo.
LOGGERHEAD KINGBIRD: Pedro William heard these two birds fighting in Guajataca State Forest, in the central northwestern part of Puerto Rico.
CASSIN’S KINGBIRD: This bird had just taken flight when RaptorCA snapped this shot at the Hansen Dam in Sylmar, California.
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Hi silly question but the Gray Kingbird is it sometimes confused with the Cat Bird?