Dark-eyed Junco in tree

Dark-eyed junco

The Dark-eyed Junco is a lovely bird that is a close relative to the sparrows. They are widespread across North America and are divided into five major groups – each with different color patterns. They are known to be snowbirds as they usually arrive during winter, and you’ll quickly recognize

Common Grackle on rock

Common grackle

The Common Grackle is a large blackbird that tends to be taller and longer than most of its kind. Their tail is nearly half their length, and they have a unique color pattern. These birds would appear black from afar, but getting near them, you will notice a brassy bronze

Chipping Sparrow On Ground

Chipping sparrow

The Chipping Sparrow is a neat-looking bird found throughout North America. They are known for their bright rusty crown, brown back, gray underparts, and beautiful wings with dark streaks. The birds are commonly seen in open woodlands and suburbs. On top of that, their bird calls are said to be

Carolina Wren Perched In Pine Tree

Carolina wren

Carolina Wren is a small-sized bird that can be found in the southeastern part of the United States. The birds are known for their tails that always pointed upwards, and their bird calls pierce through your ears. Their color pattern is a different shade of brown, rusty at the back,

Blue Jay on branch in winter

Blue jay

The Blue Jay is probably one of the best-looking birds you can find in your backyard. They are known to be very noisy and are bullies for other birds. You can easily identify them from their blue and white color pattern, long tail, rounded wings, and steady flight. They also

Image Of A Black-Capped Chickadee

Black-capped chickadee

The Black-Capped Chickadee, as the name implies, features a black cap on its head. They are small-sized, round birds that mainly feature black and white colors. You’ll notice that the Black-Capped Chickadee also has a black bib, white cheeks, the back part is a light gray color, and the underparts

Baltimore Oriole landing

Baltimore oriole

The Baltimore Oriole, also known as Maryland’s state bird, is a brilliantly colored songbird that wears a bright-colored orange plumage. They were initially considered the same species as the Bullock’s Oriole and was known as the Northern Oriole. These birds are known as backyard feeders and are easily attracted to

American Tree Sparrow in winter

American tree sparrow

American Tree Sparrows are small birds with round bodies and long tails. Both male and female birds look very similar with their brown cap, plain gray bodies, and recognizable dot on their chest. These birds are commonly found throughout Alaska or the far north areas but are frequent visitors in

Red Robin with bug

American robin

American Robin is a widespread songbird you’ll likely find in open areas where there are many worms. You’ll easily identify them for their rusty or orange breast, black or gray back, and their cheerful song. You may also notice them come in flocks right at the end of winter to

American Goldfinch

American goldfinch

American Goldfinches are one of the most common birds found throughout the US. They are also one of the easiest to attract in your open backyard. As they are granivores, they mainly eat seeds, with thistle being the favorite. Males typically come brighter yellow than females, but both are pale

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