Most goatsuckers (aka nightjars) are nocturnal although the Common Nighthawk may be seen during the day. The Nighthawk has adapted to urban areas while the others prefer less developed areas.|
All lay their eggs on open ground. The Nighthawk will also lay eggs on stumps and rooftops.
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B=breeds in Florida during season(s) underlined M=Migrant