• Dark-eyed Junco

    Dark-eyed Junco

    Dark-eyed Junco is the most common North American bird estimated with...

  • House finch

    House Finch

    It is the second most common North American garden bird...

  • American Goldfinch

    American Goldfinch

    American goldfinch is the third most common garden bird in...

  • Downy woodpecker

    Downy woodpecker

    It is the fourth most common North America garden bird with 70 percentage...

  • Blue Jay

    Blue Jay

    Blue Jay is the fifth most common garden bird in North America with 69...

  • Mourning Dove

    Mourning Dove

    it is the sixth most common garden bird in North America with 68...

  • Black-capped Chickadee

    Black-capped Chickadee

    It is a small, common song bird and most common North Americas...

  • House sparrow

    House Sparrow

    House sparrow is the eight most common north American garden...

  • Northern Cardinal

    Northern Cardinal

    Northern Cardinal is the ninth most common bird of North America with 60...

  • European starling

    European Starling

    It is the bird that watchers most likely see at their feeders in North America...

  • Dark-eyed Junco
  • House finch
  • American Goldfinch
  • Downy woodpecker
  • Blue Jay
  • Mourning Dove
  • Black-capped Chickadee
  • House sparrow
  • Northern Cardinal
  • European starling

People from almost all parts of the world like to see chirping and twittering birds in the gardens. The whereabouts of the visitors decide that what sort of birds they will find the most. In North America following are the most common garden birds.

Dark-eyed Junco

Dark-eyed Junco

Dark-eyed Junco is the most common North American bird estimated with 83 percentage of Feeders Visited. This is the most easily seen bird from Alaska to Mexico and from California to New York. They’re easy to recognize by their crisp markings and the bright white tail feathers they habitually flash in flight.

House Finch

House Finch

It is the second most common North American garden bird with 75 percent of Feeders Visited. Their long twittering songs can be heard from different parts of the North America. They were introduced to eastern part of North America in 1940s. They primarily eat seeds, berries and grains. Adult’s house finch have a long and brown tail.

American Goldfinch

American Goldfinch

American goldfinch is the third most common garden bird in North America. They are frequent visitors to birds feeders throughout the year. It is often found in residential areas and attracted to bird feeders installed by humans. It is a small finch,11-13 centimeters in length, with a wingspan of 19-22 cm and it weighs between 11-20 grams.

Downy woodpecker

Downy woodpecker

It is the fourth most common North America garden bird with 70 percentage of Feeders visited. They have a black tail with white outer feathers barred with black. They mainly eat seeds, berries and insects. Downy woodpecker forage on trees, picking the bark surface in summer and digging deeper in winter.

Blue Jay

Blue Jay

Blue Jay is the fifth most common garden bird in North America with 69 percent of Feeders visited. It measures 22-30 centimeters in total length and 70-100 grams in total weight. Their favorite food is weed seeds, grains, fruits and berries. Jays are some of the more intelligent birds.

Mourning Dove

Mourning Dove

It is the sixth most common garden bird in North America with 68 percent of feeders visited. Mourning Doves weigh an average of 4 to 6 ounces and approximately 31 cm in length. It avoids swamps and thick forest. It commonly nests in trees in cities or near farmsteads.

Black-capped Chickadee

Black-capped Chickadee

It is a small, common song bird and most common North America garden bird. This bird has estimated 65 percentage of Feeders visited. It has a beautiful black cap on his head and it is popular for its larger head, cuteness and curiosity to know about all the things around it.

House Sparrow

House Sparrow

House sparrow is the eight most common north American garden bird with 63 percent of Feeders Visited. This sparrow strongly associated with human habituation. They eats whatever foods are available. Most interesting diet of the House Sparrow is berries and animal diet. It is also a very social bird.

Northern Cardinal

Northern Cardinal

Northern Cardinal is the ninth most common bird of North America with 60 percent of feeders visited. It is a mid-sized songbird with a body length of 20-30 cm long and wingspan of 25-31 cm. It weighs about 45 grams. The male bird is slightly larger and more brilliant than the female. It is also found in residential areas throughout its range.

European Starling

European Starling

It is the bird that watchers most likely see at their feeders in North America with a percentage of 59 visitors. It is 19-22 cm long, with a wingspan of 37-42 cm and a weight of 60-90 grams. It is among the most familiar birds in temperate regions. It is insectivorous, and typically consumes insects including spiders and small lizards.

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