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Common Backyard Birds You Should Know

American Goldfinch

These little birds also enjoy eating seeds from garden plants. Throughout the winter, their coloring becomes more muted, but they remain active.

Mourning doves typically nest and consume vast quantities of seed, but they make up for it with their lovely, incessant cooing. 

Mourning Dove

Blue Jay

They are sometimes referred to as bully birds due to their tendency to drive other birds away from feeders.

The American robin is a year-round inhabitant in the majority of the United States, despite its reputation as a spring harbinger. 

American Robin

Ruby-Throated Hummingbird

These tiny sparkling gems are, for good reason, many people's favorite garden birds. 

Although not the most visually appealing tiny bird on this list, the song sparrow is so frequent that it is important to be able to identify it. 

Song Sparrow

Black-Capped Chickadee

Then you should familiarise yourself with the black-capped chickadee! This is one of the friendliest and cutest common tiny birds in North America. 

Regarding cuteness, consider the tufted titmouse. This little bird has a grey back and a white belly, as well as flashes of orange and a crown. 

Tufted Titmouse

Northern Mockingbird

They consume insects and berries, so you can attract mockingbirds to your yard by providing mealworms and growing berry bushes.

There are three other species of nuthatch in North America, and they are all astoundingly acrobatic.

White-Breasted Nuthatch

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