To casual observers, songbirds are small but remarkably vocal birds that sing like crazy. To scientists, "songbirds" refers to a wide range of bird species—some of which don't even sing. Whichever the case, learn more below about just a few of these amazing creatures.
Among the most striking of migratory songbirds, blackburnian warblers are the only warblers with an orange throat. Learn more
Like many songbirds the dickcissel gets its name from its call—which can be heard in prairies across the United States. Learn more
This rare warbler migrates between the Great Lakes and the Bahamas every year. Learn more