433 Species Are On Ohio's Official List of Birds

Did you know the Northern Cardinal is the state bird of Ohio and the Henslow's Sparrow is on the decline? These are just some of the cool facts we found when researching this list.

Here are 30 of our favorite birds found in the state of Ohio.

How many species of birds are there in Ohio?

According to the official OOS Ohio bird checklist, this list of birds of Ohio includes species documented in the U.S. state of Ohio and accepted by the Ohio Bird Records Committee (OBRC). As of July 2018, there were 433 species on the official list. Of them, 192 have been documented as breeding in the state.

30 Birds of Ohio

1. Tundra Swan

2. Northern Bobwhite

3. Red-shouldered Hawk

4. Rough-legged Hawk

5. Great Black-backed Gull

6. Pileated Woodpecker

7. Carolina Wren

8. Hooded Warbler

9. Cerulean Warbler

10. Henslow's Sparrow

11. Northern Cardinal

12. Chestnut-sided warbler

13. Bobolink

14. Summer tanager

15. American woodcock

16. Swamp Sparrow

17. Annas hummingbird

18. Northern Harrier

19. Indigo bunting

20. Pied-billed cuckoo

21. Yellow-billed cuckoo

22. Sora

23. Common Grackle

24. American redstart

25. Eastern screech owl

26. Blackbird

27. Raptors

28. House Finch

29. Mourning Dove

30. Thrush

Many of these birds are found near Lake Erie the surrounding state parks. Other backyard birds include the Red-bellied Woodpecker, Grosbeak, Bluebird, Starling, Blue Jay, Flycatcher, Grebe, Chickadee, Hairy Woodpecker, Goldfinch, Tern and Mute Swan.

Birders love to try and tally all 433 birds to make other experts jealous.

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