American Tree Sparrow

Hey guys, welcome back! Before we dive into today's bird, I feel I must explain the featured photo for this post, as well as the lack of subsequent ones. This blog is featuring a different bird from my life list in every post. And up until now, I have supplemented each of those posts with... Continue Reading →

American Goldfinch

Hey guys, welcome back! Today, a bright yellow little bird common to backyard feeders, the American Goldfinch! I remember seeing these yellow little birds as a kid every so often. I didn't know what they were, and the only yellow bird I knew of was the Canary, so I just assumed that's what these guys... Continue Reading →

Carolina Wren

Hey guys, welcome back! Today, a tiny, but loud, bird; the Carolina Wren! Like most wrens, the Carolina Wren is a small, round, brown bird that typically likes to stick its tail straight up in the air. The Carolina Wren is recognizable by its warm brown, almost rufous, color above and rich buff color below,... Continue Reading →

White-breasted Nuthatch

Hey guys, welcome back! The bird you've all been waiting for! And by "you all" I mean my mom lol. The White-breasted Nuthatch is one of my mom's favorite birds because of the way it walks down the side of trees, but we'll come back to that in a bit. If you have a bird... Continue Reading →

House Finch

Hey guys, welcome back! We've reached bird number ten! For pretty much anyone in the U.S. that has a bird feeder in their backyard, chances are pretty good, you've had at least one of these guys visit it. If not, then you probably live smack in the middle of the country somewhere like, let's say,... Continue Reading →

Black-capped Chickadee

Hey guys, welcome back! Today's profile is one of the most common winter visitors to backyard feeders in northern North America, the Black-capped Chickadee! The Black-capped Chickadee is found throughout the northern part of the U.S and southern Canada. What I always find interesting is that Black-capped Chickadees aren't migratory, but I have always seemed... Continue Reading →

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