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Common Feeder Birds

The following birds are those that are commonly found in backyard habitats. For more information on how to attract these birds, check out the Wild Acres page: http://www.dnr.state.md.us/wildlife/Habitat/WildAcres

Eastern Towhee
by: Bill Thompson, USFWS

Dark-eyed Junco
by: Dave Menke, USFWS

Rose-breasted Grosbeak
by: David Brezinski, USFWS

American Goldfinch
by: David Brezinski, USFWS

by: Dave Menke, USFWS

House Finch

by: Dr. Thomas Barnes, USFWS

Purple Finch

Chipping Sparrow
by: Dave Menke, USFWS

House Sparrow
by: Richard Orr

White-breasted Nuthatch
by: David Brezinski, USFWS

Carolina Chickadee
By: USFWS

Carolina Wren
by: Greg Miller

Common Redpoll
by: Peter De Wit

Common Feeder Birds

Indigo Bunting
by: Dave Menke, USFWS

Eastern Bluebird Northern Cardinal
by: Richard Orr by: David Brezinski, USFWS

Blue Jay
by: David Brezinski, USFWS

Tufted Titmouse
by: Robert Burton, USFWS

Mourning Dove
by: USFWS

Common Grackle
by: Dr. Thomas Barnes, USFWS

European Starling
by: Dave Menke, USFWS

Downy Woodpecker
by: David Brezinski, USFWS

Hairy Woodpecker
by: Dave Menke, USFWS

Red-bellied Woodpecker
by: David Brezinski, USFWS

Martin O’Malley, Governor; John R. Griffin, Secretary http://www.dnr.state.md.us/