Ruby-throated hummingbirds are the most frequent east of the Mississippi River, called for the male's beautiful red throat.
Northern cardinals are common and seven states' state birds. The male's bright red plumage and perky crest are regal and comical.
These orange-and-black birds were originally classified with the western Bullock's oriole.
Males have a gray-black head and an orange-red breast. American robins spend most of the year throughout their range.
It eats seeds, fruit, nuts, and suet feeders. Birdhouses host these woodpeckers. Males have red napes, while females are black and white.
American goldfinches love Nyjer seed, making birders rich. Males have bright yellow plumage and black markings, while females are lighter.
If black oil sunflower seed is available, the black-capped chickadee is a lively bird that frequents feeders.
Eastern bluebirds, the most common of the three North American bluebird species, are popular garden guests.
The intelligent and sassy Carolina wren is not the only wren to frequent gardens, but it is the most conspicuous due to its prominent eyebrow
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.