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The Most Common Backyard Birds Of North America

Here are some of the most common backyard birds of North America.

Blue Birds Seen in North America - California Scrub-Jay

The California Scrub-Jay is a species of scrub jay that is native to western North America.

Slideshow: Backyard birds photographed through windows

Beautiful backyard birds!!!

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - Yellow-Rumped Warbler

The Yellow-Rumped  Warbler is amongst the most common and widespread warblers.

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - White-Winged Crossbill

The White-Winged Crossbill is a small passerine bird in the finch family found year-round in conifer forests where there are large crops of spruce or tamarack cones.

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - White-Throated Sparrow

The White-Throated  Sparrow is an attractive bird species that breeds mostly across Canada, but a familiar winter bird across much of the rest of North America.

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - White-Crowned Sparrow

The White-crowned sparrow is a large sparrow but a small songbird.

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - White-Breasted Nuthatch

The White-breasted Nuthatch is a common bird frequently seen at bird-feeders and in gardens.

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - Tufted Titmouse

The Tufted Titmouse is a small songbird that is common in eastern deciduous forests and a frequent visitor to feeders.

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - Song Sparrow

The Song Sparrow is one of the most familiar and widespread North American sparrows.

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - Snow Bunting

The Snow Bunting is sometimes called as "snowflake".

Winter Backyard Birds (U.S. and Canada) - Sharp-Shinned Hawk

The Sharp-Shinned Hawk is a small hawk, with males being the smallest hawks in the United States and Canada.