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Below you will find our birding guides for Indiana and everything you need to know for your next birding trip. Bookmark this page for your next Indiana birding adventure.

Indiana’s diverse avian population includes a variety of striking red-headed birds that grace the skies and forests throughout the state. From waterfowl to woodpeckers, these birds captivate with their vibrant plumage and fascinating behaviors. Join us as we explore some of the notable red-headed birds found in Indiana’s landscapes.

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Indiana’s landscapes from sweeping farms to fragmented forests nurture over 450 diverse and remarkable bird species. Among favorite backyard visitors, red birds hold special favor for their brilliant crimson hues brightening gardens as cardinals visit feeders or Scarlet Tanagers transit migration over homesteads statewide. This piece explores 7 red birds in Indiana.

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Indiana hosts striking black birds—from tiny grebes to massive vultures. Their dark profiles dramatically contrast prairies, woodlands and marshes. Get the details on eye-catching black species in our latest article. We spotlight beloved residents and migrants like bobolinks, cormorants and more that grace Indiana’s varied habitats.

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Indiana comes alive with blue birds—vivid indigo buntings, soaring herons, azure bluebirds and more. Their cool tones contrast forests, fields and wetlands statewide. Get the details on eye-catching blue species in our latest article. We spotlight beloved residents and migrants like cerulean warblers gracing Indiana’s diverse habitats.

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Indiana comes alive with yellow birds—goldfinches, meadowlarks, warblers and more. Their bright plumes pop against backdrops of prairie, forest and neighborhood statewide. Get the details on eye-catching yellow species in our latest article. We spotlight beloved residents and migrants like the prothonotary warbler gracing Indiana’s varied habitats.

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