It's simple to see the northern cardinal. Male's red plumage and perky crest give him a majestic and entertaining look; female's fawn and pink-tinged plumage is equally appealing.

Northern Cardinal

Once considered the same species as the Bullock's oriole. Oranges and jelly attract these birds.

Baltimore Oriole

The Connecticut, Michigan, and Wisconsin state birds are American robins. Males have a gray-black head and orange-red breasts.

American Robin

It eats suet, seeds, fruit, and nuts. These woodpeckers inhabit birdhouses. Males have a red nape spot, while females are black and white.

Downy Woodpecker

Their lovely melody earns them the moniker wild canary. The lesser goldfinch is a beautiful bird in the southwest.

American Goldfinch

Black-capped chickadees are interested and aggressive around sunflower seed feeders. These birds have grey upperparts, black crowns, throats, and flanks.

Black-Capped Chickadee

Most prevalent are eastern bluebirds. Bluebirds are beloved for their bright colours, insectivorous diets, and friendly demeanour.

Eastern Bluebird

The Carolina wren is sharp and sassy, but its large eyebrow, chestnut colour, and yellowish sides stand out. Wrens are energetic, interested, and have cocked tails.

Carolina Wren

Bluejays are crafty. They store nuts for winter and imitate hawk calls to scare off other birds. Their booming calls and brilliant plumage are year-round draws.

Blue Jay

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