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American Woodcock: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: The American Woodcock (Scolopax minor) is a small chunky shorebird species found in eastern ________.
North AmericaAmericas (terminology)South AmericaAmericas

Question 2: Based on the Christmas Bird Count results, winter concentrations are highest in the northern half of ________.
Georgia (U.S. state)MississippiAlabamaKentucky

Question 3:
American Woodcock, Northern Bobwhite and Piping Plover are all:
Woodcocks Scolopax Native birds of Eastern Canada Native birds of the Eastern United States

Question 4: The American Woodcock is not considered globally threatened by the ________.
ExtinctionConservation statusEndangered speciesInternational Union for Conservation of Nature

Question 5:
American Woodcock, Piping Plover and Eastern Towhee are all:
Woodcocks Native birds of Eastern Canada Scolopax Native birds of the Eastern United States

Question 6: Woodcock spend most of their time on the ground in brushy, young-forest habitats, where the birds' brown, black, and gray plumage provides excellent ________.
CamouflageMilitary camouflageConvergent evolutionCrypsis

Question 7:
American Woodcock, Anhinga and Broad-winged Hawk are all:
Eastern North American migratory birds Native birds of the Eastern United States Scolopax Native birds of Eastern Canada

Question 8:
American Woodcock, Woodcock and Eurasian Woodcock are all:
Scolopax Woodcocks Native birds of Eastern Canada Native birds of the Eastern United States

Question 9: In ________, for example, the earliest birds are seen in February, but the bulk of the population does not arrive until March and April.
OhioNew JerseyIndianaMichigan
















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