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Common Birds at Your Feeder

What Is That??

These are some of the birds you might attract to your yard.

It helps to learn to identify the most common birds first.
What are the five birds you see most often in your yard?
 

 Eastern Birds

 
Black-capped Chickadee

 
Dark-eyed Junco

 
Northern Cardinal

 
Blue Jay

 
Mourning Dove

 
Tufted Titmouse

 
Downy Woodpecker

 
Hairy Woodpecker

 
Red-bellied Woodpecker

 
Ruby-throated Hummingbird

 
House Finch 

 
European Starling

 
American Goldfinch

 
White-breasted Nuthatch

 
House Sparrow

 
Carolina Wren

 
White-throated Sparrow

 
Song Sparrow

 
American Robin

 
Common Grackle

 
Cooper's Hawk

 
American Crow

 
Red-winged Blackbird

 
Brown-headed Cowbird

 
Carolina Chickadee

 
Pine Siskin

 
Purple Finch

 
Eastern Bluebird

 
Eastern Phoebe

 
Cray Catbird

 
Moving West Across the Continent, You May See These Birds
 

 
American Tree Sparrow

 
Brown Thrasher

 
Northern Mockingbird

 
Common Redpoll

 
Pileated Woodpecker

 
Cedar Waxwing

 
Northern Flicker

 
Yellow-rumped Warbler

 
Bewick's Wren

 
Ruby-crowned Kinglet

 
White-winged Dove

 
Eurasian-collared Dove

 
White-crowned Sparrow

 
Red-breasted Nuthatch

 
Curve-billed Thrasher

 
Black Phoebe

 
Eastern Towhee

 
Evening Grosbeak

 
Common Raven

 
Spotted Towhee

 
Verdin

 
Cactus Wren

 
Ladder-backed Woodpecker

 
Red-tailed Hawk


Western Birds

 
Mountain Chickadee

 
Chestnut-backed Chickadee

 
Golden-crowned Sparrow

 
Cassin's Finch

 
Lesser Goldfinch

 
Steller's Jay

 
Gambel's Quail

 
California Quail

 
Anna's Hummingbird

 
Varied Thrush

 
California Towhee

 
Bushtit

 
Black-billed Magpie

 
Western Scrub-Jay

 
Gila Woodpecker


OMG !!!
 

 
Painted Bunting

 
Rose-breasted Grosbeak

 
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (female)

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