American kestrel, Sandhill crane, Ruby Throated Hummingbird, Yellow throated warbler. What would also be cool is if you divided the games into four regions based on distribution.
Kestrel, osprey, eagle, bunting
Eastern Bluebird, Osprey, Ruby-throated Hummingbird (that one was impossible!), Lazuli Bunting
kestrel, crane, hummingbird, warbler
Day two of the Round of 32
Swainson’s Thrush, Violet-green Swallow, Lewis’s Woodpecker, Red-tailed Hawk
Trumpeter swan, Violet-green swallow, Snowy Owl, Vermillion Flycatcher
Thrush, swallow, woodpecker, flycatcher
Trumpeter Swan, Tufted Puffin, Snowy Owl, Vermillion Flycatcher
Swan, puffin, owl, flycatcher.
Day of the Round of 32
Northern Saw-whet Owl
Great Blue Heron
Also, I remembered I should be answered @wildlife13 request.
Answer is, they are! Each of the games above is a part of a regional division based on the species distribution. The Cedar Waxwing and Red-breasted Nuthatch are a part of the east division, Mountain Bluebird and Dark-eyed Junco in the west division, Black-capped Chickadee and Northern Saw-whet Owl in the north division, and the Burrowing Owl and Great Blue Heron in the south division.
Red-breasted Nuthatch, Dark-eyed Junco, Black-capped Chickadee, Burrowing Owl
Nuthatch, junco, saw-whet owl, burrowing owl.
Wow cool! Thanks @birdwhisperer ! Cedar waxwing, Dark eyed Junco, Northern saw whet owl, Burrowing owl
Nuthatch, bluebird, owl & owl
Cedar Waxwing, Mountain Bluebird, Northern Saw-whet Owl, Great Blue Heron