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Pennsylvania Birds Guide

The state bird of Pennsylvania is the Ruffed Grouse. To date, 447 species have been recorded in PA according to eBird records. Many on the list are rare vagrants or occasional vagrants, and af few are extinct (Passenger Pigeon).

Our guide to birds in Pennsylvania focuses species of land birds and easily seen waterbirds that are regularly or semi-regularly seen throughout this state which covers over 46,000 square miles in north-eastern United States.

What bird is that in Pennsylvania?

Yellow Birds in Pennsylvania (PA)
Gray Bird with Red Head in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Birds FAQ