Birds You Can See In Winter

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Bohemian Waxwing

These beautiful birds may appear in any northern location. Often confused with its more common relatives.

Northern Cardinal

Although these flamboyant red birds are abundant throughout the year in the eastern United States, their presence is especially appreciated during the winter.

American Robin

Many individuals believe that the American robin is one of the first spring birds.

Red-Breasted Nuthatch

This lively and vivacious nuthatch is easily identified by its brightly striped head and red wash on its flanks. 

Tufted Titmouse

They are also bold birds that can be hand-fed, though the western titmice.

Dark-Eyed Junco

In the winter, the dark-eyed junco is so common that it is commonly referred to as a "snowbird.

Downy Woodpecker

A year-round resident of the United States and Canada, the downy woodpecker is the smallest woodpecker in North America. 

Snow Buntings

Identifiable by its white plumage and rusty collar, these birds can form enormous, lively.

Mountain Chickadee

Chickadees are among the easiest winter birds to entice with seed and seed-suet mixtures at bird feeders.

California Quails

Throughout the winter, they can be seen in big flocks grazing in fields and visiting bird feeders where seeds have fallen to the ground.

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