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  • A cardinal most often.
  • This is a great area for birds I even have a Sparrow Hawk rest in one of the trees out back
  • Robins from April through the summer. None in the winter.
  • more often than not, its 2 magpies and on occasion i have a seen a blutit
  • Mourning doves,juncos,house sparrows,bluejays,starlings,and sometimes a red tailed hawk
  • Chickadees, 3 kinds of nuthatches, blue jays, doves, downy and hairy woodpeckers, sparrows and finches of all kinds, titmice, wrens, kingfishers, goldfinches, juncos, grackles, cowbirds, catbirds, rose-breasted grosbeaks, hummingbirds, redwinged blackbirds, crows, raven, ruby-crowned kinglets, great blue herons, ruffed grouse, yellow bellied sapsuckers, hawks and owls; turkeys on the ground: Canada geese, mallards, mergansers, and wood ducks in the pond in front of the house. And I'm sure I missed some of the visitors:-)
  • Crows bluejays sparrows chickadees. My cockatiel chatters with them
  • house sparrows and house finches. they come to my feeder. usually in pairs. parents.
  • Humming birds, sparrows, wild canarys, mocking birds.
  • sparrows, blue tits, great tits, starlings,magpies,and a robin.
  • Blue jays, wood peckers, mourning doves, tufted titmouses, cardinals, sparrows, and wrens.
  • We don't have any feeders. We don't use any seed to lure the birds to the property. Along with some other wildlife, we are visited by robins, blue jays, cardinals, chickadees and crows. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: Some personal observations and opinions.
  • I live in the downtown of a big city, so you'd think I wouldn't get many birds, but my neighbourhood is some kind of crazy animal-life refuge or something. On the tree outside my back window I've seen: starlings sparrows falcons grackles robins red-winged blackbirds seagulls crows And we also have a flight of pigeons that lives on the roof of our neighbour's garage. This will be my first summer in this place, so I anticipate an even greater variety soon.
  • Every morning. They build there nests each year in my garden, have the youngies, go somewhere but come back each year. I have mudlarks, tiny finches, the odd brilliant blue or red Robin.

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