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The Mississippi Kite is a raptor (bird of prey) native to the U.S. It has a very limited range, existing little outside of Oklahoma and northern Texas. In the fall they migrate to Central America.


Male and female Mississippi Kites are identical. They both have gray bodies, pale gray heads, black wing tips and tail, and red eyes. The juveniles are lighter in color and have brown streaks across their fronts.


Mississippi Kites are generally very quiet, and only have one notable call: a clear phee-phew. This is mainly heard at nesting season, which is early summer (June and beyond).

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