Ruby-throated hummingbirds are the most frequent species of hummingbird found east of the Mississippi River, so named for the male's beautiful red throat.
The male's brilliant red plumage and perky crest give it a regal and whimsical appearance, while the female's softer fawn and pink-tinged plumage make her equally beautiful.
These orange-and-black birds were long considered the same species as their western counterpart, the Bullock's oriole.
It is a common lawn-dweller that looks for worms. These thrushes have an orange-red breasts and grey upperparts, with a gray-black head on the males.
The downy woodpecker is the smallest backyard woodpecker in North America, distinguished by its black and white plumage and short bill.
Males are distinguished by their dazzling yellow plumage and black markings, whereas females are lighter and less boldly marked.
The black-capped chickadee is a bold and inquisitive bird that frequently visits feeders when black oil sunflower seed is available.
American bluebird species. bluebirds are much sought-after garden guests. Their vibrant hues, insectivorous appetites, and sociable demeanor make them backyard favorites.
All wrens are delightful to observe due to their cocked-up tails, active demeanor, and inquisitive natures.
The chipping sparrow, one of the most common sparrows endemic to North America, is distinguished by its dark eye line, chestnut crown, and speckled back.