Backyard Birds Watching in Canada :
I have been feeding my birds for about five years and almost every year I find a new bird at the feeders.
The first couple of years I was tempted to take my feeders down, but then they started to arrive.
Some of my birds migrate and others stay around all year.
The ones that migrate, seem to be the most colourful like: Baltimore Oriole, House Wrens, Hummingbirds, Robins and Rose-breasted Grosbeak.
Others hang out for a while and then move on to other places in the province like; Evening Grosbeak, Rose-breasted Grosbeak and Pine Siskins.
Our summer birds in Canada are:
Mourning Doves, Woodpeckers, Sparrows, Indigo Buntings, American Goldfinches, Purple Finches, Cardinals, Hawks, Starlings,
Grackles, Red-breasted Nuthatch, White-breasted Nuthach, House Wrens, Flickers, Chickadees, Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles, Robins,
Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Indigo Bunting,
Evening Grosbeak, Pine Siskings, Juncos, Red-winged Blackbirds and Hummingbirds.
I have others birds showup, but I'm not sure what they are --- they are birds --- eating the free food.
Our winter birds are:
Mourning Doves, Woodpeckers, Sparrows, Goldfinches, Purple Finches, Cardinals, Hawks, Starlings,
Grackles, Nuthatches, Dark-eyed Juncos, Chickadees and Blue Jays.
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Pictures of my Backyard Birds in Ontario, Canada - more coming as I find them, because my portable hardrive broke this week with all of my pictures.
I watch this video every spring or during the winter when most of my birds are gone.
Thank you Lew!