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  • Pigeons, falcons and hawks, who eat the pigeons.
  • Lots of birds. Blue jays, cardinals, turkey vultures (that look a lot like hawks and are beautiful and wonderful to watch), woodpeckers, something titmouse (my mother-in-law mentioned them), finches in the summer, crows, turkeys, hummingbirds when it's warm, and tons of other birds that I have no idea what they're called!
  • We see the occasional cardinal or blue bird but mostly starlings, sparrows and a few doves.
  • Mostly sparrows.
  • Mostly house sparrows, but also blackbirds, cooper's hawks, medowlarks, and red winged blackbirds.
  • Chickadees and alot of cardinals in the claimed part of the yard. On the other side of the stream we see alot of Turkey Vultures and Red-Shouldered Hawks.
  • Due to the weather right now, many birds have not migrated to my region yet. I still have many winter birds. I have chickadees, crows, ravens, starlings (which is turning to breeding plummage), pine grosbeaks and sharp-tailed grouse.
  • Hawks, cardinals, brown thrashers and a bobwhite quail.
  • Robins, sparrows, chickadees, starlings, sea gulls, pigeons, herons...mostly urban birds
  • Sparrows, robins, starlings, yellow finches, cardinals, the occasional crow, woodpeckers, and doves. We get others, but those are most common. EDIT: Forgot Bluejays! The warrior bullies of the neighborhood, lol
  • hummingbirds and gounddoves
  • A bunch of stupid chickens.
  • Last summer I counted 42 different varieties of birds visiting my birdfeeders. I live in eastern NC. The most popular visitors are cardinals, chickadees, titmouse,wrens, sparrows, doves, quail...oh yeah, and lots & lots of blackbirds & grackles!
  • Sparrows & swallows mostly.
  • Mostly Robins at this time of year. The woman next door feeds all the birds including robins, black birds, sparrows, cardinals, blue jays (they actually hang around to prey on the other birds, crows do also), and anything else that happens to come arround including several pair of wild mallard ducks.
  • Sandhill Cranes
  • I get these crows and sometimes these bloody humongous ravens, I swear they look like eagles, that start cawing and screeching in the backyard and in trees at seven in the morning. We get the traditional little brown birds, and there's a lot of cardinals and bluejays. There's a lot of bird feeders in the yard, and you can see birds fighting over it sometimes lol. Also those moderately sized brown birds with the orange throats, and some woodpeckers. Although those I never see, I just hear them.
  • We ued to have a cardinal family, but haven't seen them in a while. We had a blue jay for a while, but mostly, we have mean old mockingbirds that seem to chase everything else off, (except for the 2 or 3 doves I see on the high wire a couple of times a week).
  • Robins, geese, ducks and crows
  • Robins, Goldfinches, House Finches, Tufted Titmouse, Crows, Blue Jays, Song Sparrows, Chipping Sparrows, Turkeys, Mourning Doves, Bluebirds, Red-Winged Blackbirds, Cowbirds, Yellow Warblers, Black-and-White Warblers, Dark-Eyed Juncos, Black-Capped Chickadees, Cardinals, House Wrens, Barn Swallows, Tree Swallows, Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks, Red-Throated Hummingbirds.
  • Mostly starlings, robins and sparrows. I also see the occasional cardinal and blue jay.
  • Lorikeets, Parakeets and Sulphur-crested cockatoos.
  • mostly crows..............
  • I can't believe this: I live in a urban area, my backyard is: house, lawn, fence. Yesterday I look out the window (and no i was not hallucinating) and I saw a 5 foot Blue Heron standing there. My family doesn't know where it came from or why it stopped here. There is no significant body of water near me. . .
  • Sparrows,crow,woodpeckers,doves,pigeons, blackbirds,Robins,Hawks,quail,hummingbirds, Barn Owls,Sand Crane,Mud Hens,Wild Mallards,Pheasants, many types of wild Geese in winter land in rices fields around us. I live only about 5 miles as the crow flys from a wild bird/fish refuge so I see many types though out the yr.
  • Hi,I live in Brisbane, Australia. Most often I see Willie wagtails, Pee Wees, Crows, Magpies, Butcher Birds, Spotted Pidgeons (I think)and sparrows sometimes. I see beautiful pale headed rosellas sometimes, rainbow and scaly breasted lorikeets daily and once a flock of sulpher crested cockatoos. The cockatoos made a meal of my dads golden passionfruits. I didn't mind but dad did. We also see introduced birds like mina birds. Rarely I see double barred finches and blue wrens. All these inside a small suburban Brisbane backyard. I'm very lucky. I also see some kind of white water birds flying over in flocks, racing pigeons (a neighbourhood flock) cockatoos, galahs and little corellas. Probably more than this but I cant remember them all.
  • Many varieties around here on the farm. Turkeys just went across the back yard. Geese are down on the lake, with one crane.Humming birds are at the feeders. Blue Jays, Black birds, Robins, Woodpeckers are in the yard trees. The Martins are flying around their bird house. Medowlark's are in the front hay field. Barn Swallows, pigeons & a Barn owl are out in the hay barn. Two crows are flying from tree to tree staying near those Turkeys. More likely theres a deer around near by. Crows like to follow Deer & Turkey a lot. I don't see any Doves, Hawks, Buzzards or Eagles around at this time. But just wait a hour or two. And they will soon be near. A few Quail just crossed the drive way. That's about all for right now tho.............M.C.S.
  • Seagulls
  • Mostly pigeons, but we do see seagulls (coming down from the North Sea) and a crow every now and then.
  • i often see cockatoos, kookaburras, tawny frogmouth owls, pigeons and minor birds
  • Cardinals, Mockingbirds, Eastern Bluebirds, House sparrows, Phoebes, Grackles and Starlings, Kingbirds (yellow/gray and Black/white)Crows, Brown Thrashers, and I've seen one Downy Woodpecker. This is in Oklahoma.
  • Cardinals, Mockingbirds, Eastern Bluebirds, House sparrows, Phoebes, Grackles and Starlings, Kingbirds (yellow/gray and Black/white)Crows, Brown Thrashers, and I've seen one Downy Woodpecker. This is in Oklahoma.
  • seagulls, robins, blue jays, sparrows, wood peckers
  • Crows Robins Redbirds Sparrows Goldfinch once in a while: Blue Jays Woodpeckers. An occasional soaring Hawk
  • Well it depends on the time of year. In the winter it's mostly Oregon Juncos and Sparrows. In the summer there are, Evening Gross Beak, Gold Finch, House Finch, American Robins, House Sparrow, Black Birds, Plain Titmouse, Scrub-Jays, Acorn Woodpeckers, Northern Flicker, Morning Dove, some displaced Barbary Doves, Barn Swallows, Nuthatchs, Western Bluebird, Varied Thrush, Starling, Cassin's Finch, Cooper's Hawk, Red Tailed Hawk, Wild Turkey, California Quail, Hummingbirds, Great Horned Owl, Mallard Duck, Sparrow Hawks.
  • The ones that fly lol. Sorry but that is as specific as I can get.
  • In the last week on my walks I've seen yellow warblers,cardinals,bluejays,goldfinches,black-capped chicadees,rose-breasted groesbeak,baltimore oriole,song sparrow,house sparrow,grackles,turkey vultures,american redstart,yellow-rumped warbler,blue heron,terns,herring gulls,robins,canada goose,wood ducks,red-tailed hawk and one unidentified yellow bird with black stripes.
  • Mostly Junco birds, some woodpeckers, and a few robins.
  • At the moment, we have a new family of crows nesting in a huge pine tree next door. The parents are constantly in our yard looking for food for the hungry babies. Other frequent visitors include,starlings, blue jays, chickdees, junco's,robins, house sparrows,finches,and the occassional eagle flying overhead.
  • Bluejays
  • Chickadees, goldfinches, Purple finch, titmouse, 4-6 types of sparrows, cardinals, blue jays, turkeys, bald eagles, 3 types of hawks, great blue herons, 3 types of owls, common and hooded mergansers, mallards, wood ducks, Canada Geese, Ruffed grouse, killdeer, tree and barn swallows, junco, hairy and downy woodpeckers, yellow-bellied sapsuckers, white breasted nuthatches, red rumped nuthatches, rose breasted grosbeaks, orioles, cowbirds, catbirds, grackles, redwinged blackbirds, kingfishers, and I'm sure I'm missing many.
  • Mockingbirds, hummingbirds, sparrows, green finches, western jays, ravens (most of these are here year round), and various others that are passin' through - like robins, sometimes.
  • Right now I've been watching these Red Tail Hawk babies grow.
  • Robins, sparrows, bluejays, a fat chicken, a small Wyandotte chick, several silkie chicks, the occasional finch.
  • mockingbirds, crackles, bluebirds, and the occasional cardinal. Pretty soon we'll be getting hummingbirds.
  • sissor tail barn swalows humming birds and wood peckers and robbins blue j cardnels finches.and you?
  • only nice pretty birds. i dont welcome slappers into my yard
  • Old birds wearing flowered housecoats, flip flops who butt into everyone's business;)
  • Indian minors here in sydney, crows, kookaburras, cokatoos and not a bird but alike fruit bats at night
  • In Hixson, Tennessee (near Chattanooga) I tend to send Mockingbirds, Chickadees, Finches, Blue Jays, and Cardinals.
  • crow,parrot and other migrating birds.Pegions and house sparrow are common here
  • Aside from the regular variety of Robins, Cardinals, sparrows, finches, wrens and doves...we here in East Tennessee have also had Red Tail Hawks drinking from our swimming pool, Rufussided Towhees, Rosebreasted Grosbeak,Belted Kingfisher, Eastern Bluebird and Ruby Throated Humming birds. Plus at the near by Loudon County Dan we have watched a pair of Osprey with a nest of 3 babies and have see American Bald Eagles. There are so many different birds in this area we can not count them all...this is truly a great birding area to live in!! We love it here!
  • Starlings, robins, song sparrows, blue jays, mourning doves, cardinals, occasionally a gold finch or purple finch in winter when my neighbor has his feeder up. Once in a while a hawk will fly over and geese as well. Years ago, when we still had a window air conditioner in the bedroom, my husband came home to see a barn owl sitting on the AC.
  • My yard is a concrete postage stamp off an alley which is itself off an alley in the downtown of a big city, so I only get the occasional pigeon. :( But in the immediately surrounding area I get tons of pigeons, sparrows, starlings, seagulls, robins, grackles, and at certain times of the year, red-winged blackbirds.
  • Well right now it's about 20 Ruby Throated Hummingbirds
  • A variety... robins blue tits great tits blackbirds sparrows dunnocks reed buntings wood pigeons greenfinches chaffinches magpies crows bullfinches
  • ugly ones mostly
  • grackels, chuckalucas, white wing doves, morning doves, blue herons, rosette spoon bills, several different fishers, bull bats (night hawlks), swallows, and green jays just to name a few...I live in the birding capital of the USA...the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas..a long the Rio Grande (river)
    • dickw60
      Hey thinker...when did you decide to take my old AB name? and We must live close together.
  • I live on a farm in the mountains ... we have so many different Australian native bird species around us ... and by far the most beautiful by sound is the Currawong. When I was a child I believed that birds were the souls of humans in our next life ... Rainbow Lorikeet Crested Cockatoo Tawny Frogmouth Owl Australian Magpie Australian Raven Australian Ringneck Australian Wood Duck Black-backed Magpie Crested Pigeon Galah Cockatoo Butcherbird Currawong Corella Honeyeater Owls Wattlebird Red-browed Finch Red-capped Parrot Satin Bowerbird Lorikeet Rosella Eagle Hawk Falcon Kookaburra http://www.waratahsoftware.com.au/wp_birds_birds.html Thankyou
  • lorikeets, peigons and crows really. Oh and some other bird thats brown black and yellow not sure what their called.
  • bird of my boyfriend
  • Blue j's, cardinals, hawks, eagles, owls, bats, and crows.
  • Sparrows, robins, chickidees, crows, starlings, bluejays, house finches, mourning doves, red shafted flickers - Ahh - Cheyenne WY
  • right now, downy and hairy woodpeckers, red and white breasted nuthatches, blue jays, northern harriers, crows and chickadees (black capped).
  • I am living in Ireland and I feed the birds in my garden. I have visiting a robin, sparrows, blue tits, great tits, coal tits, wrens, greenfinches,gold finches, and ( starlings - which I chase away cos they eat about 20 times more food than the small little birds!)
  • OK WHAT A STUPID QUESTION HOW THE HELL WOULD I KNOW WHAT BIRDS FLY IN MY YARD
  • Magpie's,dove's,willy wag tail's,crow's,22's,butcher bird's,pink & grey's
  • We feed the birds year round so we have about 50 different kinds including: black capped and mountain chickadees, pygmy, red breasted and white breasted nuthatches, nutcrackers, dark-eyed junco's, purple and house finches, pine siskins, stellar jays, pileated woodpecker, northern flicker, spotted towhee, mourning doves, ring necked pheasant, evening grosbeak, magpies and crows were all seen today. Over the course of a year we also have bald eagles, golden eagles, osprey, american gold finches, western tanagers, downy woodpeckers, hairy woodpeckers, robins, calliope hummingbirds, rufous hummingbird, red crossbills, california quail, northern pygmy owl, great horned owl, lewis's woodpecker, tree swallow, yellow rumped warbler, nashville warbler, ruby crowned kinglet, bullocks's oriole, yellow headed and red-winged blackbirds, brown headed cowbirds, white-crowned sparrows, mallard ducks, sharp-shinned hawk, tukey vultures, american kestrel, merlin, and occasionally a bunch of wild turkey's wander into our yard!
  • pigeons & turtle-doves
  • Bluejays, chickadees and doves mostly.
  • I live in london I am sure that I would never see a bird in my yard, thats really sad
  • Most of the time Sparrows and crows and Robins in spring season.
  • Downy Woodpecker, Tufted Titmouse, Chickadee, Blue Jay, Cardinal, Crow, House Sparrow, House Wren
  • Maya birds.. and Maya is actually my mom's name so the joke is she's keepin an eye on me.
  • Cardinals, robins, humming birds, regular brown birds that I have no idea what they're called, blue jays...
  • humming birds
  • ROBINS,JETTERJAYS,SEAGULLS,SPARROWS,PIDGEONS, CROWS AND CARDINALS.
  • Just outside the window next to my desk is a burning bush. It usually has 2 or 3 juncos on it. Those cuties really like the dried berries. We also have cardinals, black capped chickadees, assorted finches and wild canaries. I once saw a pileated woodpecker in a backyard tree. That was amazing.
  • House sparrows, black-capped chickadees, common redpolls, blue jays, magpies, black crows, and robins (in spring and summer).
  • Chickens
  • I just moved closer to the eastern seaboard flyway so it changes during migration in the spring. Right now we have grackles, redwinged blackbirds. 2 weeks ago a HUGE amount of starlings stayed around for a week or so they have since moved on. The year rounders are house wrens, cardinals, blue jays and chickadees and juncos and cowbirds and creepers and nuthaches. I am trying to attract some more elusive ones with edible shrubs.
  • Humming birds
  • crows.
  • the dodo
  • Chickadees, grossbeaks, robins, cardinals...um...grackels, sparrows, bluejays...waxwings...red-winged blackbirds, mourning doves, goldfinches... ...Yeah. That's pretty much it. X3 I can't name any of the others off the top of my head, though.
  • Black Bird, Robin, Sparrow, Green/Gold Finches, Woodpecker,Wood Pigeon,Blue Tit, Great Tit,Thrush, to name but a few.
  • I have noticed House, Song, and Chipping Sparrows, Robins, Starlings, Red-winged blackbirds (sometimes), Cardinals, Crows, Blue jays, Chickadees, Nuthatches (white and red-breasted), Tufted titmice, Downy and Hairy woodpeckers, Mourning doves, House finches, Cowbirds, Goldfinches, various migrating warblers in spring - can't tell them all but have recognized Black-throated greens, Black and white, Chestnut-sided, and a couple more, Carolina wrens, migrating sparrows in our shrubs in autumn, Juncos in winter, hawks overhead - Red-tailed mostly, some thrushes like Hermit and in spring. Once saw a Hummingbird - not sure what kind.
  • Yardbirds, of course.
  • A bird that rides upon the wind of fools.
  • Mocking birds, grackles, morning doves, white-winged doves, Chack-a-lacks (Mexican pheasant), sparrows, Green parrots, Green jays, and many more.
  • I see blue birds and wood peckers (that peck my house...). Sometimes I see wild turkeys and once I ever saw some baby turkeys with their mom. Humming birds, robins, black birds. Hawks fly over our house a lot, but they are never in our yard.
  • 4-22-2017 We have a tree fifty feet tall and fifty feet wide. We don't see birds through that much foliage, but the ground is carpeted with their poop.

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