Poisonous Plants

POISONOUS PLANTS
Plants that are poisonous or potentially harmful to birds:

Alacia
Amaryllis- bulbs
American Yew
Apples
Apricot
Autumn Crocus/Meadow Saffron
Avocado
Azalea- leaves
Balsam pear- seeds, outer rind of fruit
Belledonna
Baneberry- berries, root
Beans--- all types if uncooked
Birch
Birds of Paradise- seeds, flower and bush
Bittersweet nightshade
Black Locust- bark, sprouts, foliage
Bleeding Heart/Dutchman's Breeches
Bloodroot
Blue/green algae
Boxwood- leaves, stem
Bracken Fern
Broomcorn Grass
Buckthorn- fruit, bark
Buttercup- sap, bulbs
Caladium- leaves
Cala Lily- leaves
Candelabra Tree
Cardinal Flower
Carolina Jessamine
Castor bean- also castor oil, leaves
Chalice Vine/Trumpet Vine
Cherry tree- bark, twigs, leaves, pits
China Berry Tree
Christmas Candle- sap
Clematis/Virginia Bower
Coral Plant- seeds
Cowslip/Marsh Marigold
Crown of Thorns
Croton
Daffodil- bulbs
Daphne- berries
Datura/Angel's Trumpet
Deadly Amanita/Fly Agaric Mushroom
Death Camas
Delphinium
Dieffenbachia/Dumb Cane- leaves
Eggplant
Elderberry
Elephant's Ear/ Taro- leaves, stem
English Ivy- berries, leaves
English Laurel
English Yew
Euonymus/Spindle Tree
False Hellebore
False Henbane
Fava Bean
Ficus (weeping)
Firethorn/Pyracantha
Four O'Clock
Foxglove
Glory Bean
Glory Lily
Golden Chain/Laburnum
Ground Cherry
Hemlock- also the water it's in
Henbane- seeds Sorrel
Holly
Honey Locust
Horse Chestnut/buckeye- nuts, twigs
Horsetail
Hyacinth- bulbs
Hydrangea- flower buds
Indian Licorise Bean
Ivy
Indian turnip
Iris/blue Flag
Jack-in-the-pulpit
Japanese Yew- needles, seeds
Jasmine Yew (American, English, Japanese)
Java Bean/Lima Bean xxxxx
Jerusalem Cherry-berries
Jimsonweed/Thornapple
Johnson Grass
Juniper- needles, stems, berries
Kentucky Coffee Tree
Lantana- immature berries
Larkspur
Laurel
Lily of the Valley- also water it's in
Lobelia
Locoweed
Lords & Ladies/Cockoopint
Lupines/bluebonnet
Mandrake
Mango tree- wood, leaves, rind
Marijuana/hemp- leaves
May apple
Mescal Beans- seeds
Milk Bush
Mistletoe- berries
Mock Orange- fruit
Mondshood/Aconite- leaves, root
Moonseed
Morning Glory
Mountain Laurel
Mushrooms- several varieties
Narcissus- bulbs
Nectarine
Neighboring Jasmine
Nettles
Nightshade- all varieties
Nutmeg
Oak- acorns, foliage
Oleander- leaves, branches, nectar
Peach
Peanuts- raw
Pencil Tree
Periwinkle
Philodendron- leaves, stem
Pigweed
Pikesweed
Pine needles- berries
Plum
Poinsettia- leaves, roots, immature
Poison Hemlock
Poison Ivy- sap
Poison Oak- sap
Pokeweed/Inkberry- leaf, root, young berries
Potato - eyes, new shoots
Pothos
Privet
Prune
Rain tree
Ranunculus/buttercup
Red Maple
Rhododendron
Rhubarb- leaves
RosaryPea/Indian Licorice- seeds
Sandbox tree
Scarlet Runner beans
Skunk cabbage
Snow on the Mountain
Snowdrop
Snowflake
Sorghum Grass
Sorrel
Sudan grass
Sweet Pea
Tansy Ragwort
Tobacco- leaves
Vetch
Virginia Creeper- sap
Water Hemlock
Western Yew
Wisteria
Yam Bean- roots, immature roots
Yellow Jasmine
Yellow Oleander
Yew (American, English, Japanese)

This is not an all-encompassing list. There may be other plants that could be added  to this list. Many of these plants are also toxic to humans and other pets.

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