Airborne Finch: like any other bird, except only ever seen in flight.
Long-necked Curmudgeon: sharp beak, long neck, territorial. resentful of leaving chosen terrain. not to be confused with the Western Curmudgeonly Longneck, which is virtually identical, but has faint frown-like markings adorning the upper beak.
Washington Crested Senator: small, migratory, rarefied. regularly engages in what ornithologists colloquially refer to as “call time,” several hours of repetitive appeal.
The Rock Dove: hum your favorite guitar solos at this fine specimen, and it will faithfully reproduce up to sixteen bars with perfect recall.
Italian Hopper: contemporary mores prevent me from describing this further.
***CRIMSON SHRIEKER***: just a cardinal–but now it sounds a lot cooler, right?