Purple Martin Bird House

About Purple Martins

Purple Martins are the most prominent members of the Swallow family in North America. Regardless of their name, these species are not adequately purple. They have dark blackish-blue feathers, leading to a navy blue to bright blue
or deep purple appearance.

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Finch Bird House

About Finches

The most broadly spread songbird in North America, the Finch birds are one of the most popular backyard birds. Currently, the entire population of these members of the Fringillidae family in North America is expected to be as large as one billion birds. In this article, you’ll learn how to build or buy the right Finch bird house.

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Cardinal Bird House

About Cardinals

With its instantly noticeable reddish tan or bright red plumage and cheerful head crest, the northern cardinal is one of the most popular backyard species in North America. In this article, you’ll learn how to build or buy the right Cardinal bird house.

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Blue Jay Bird House

About Blue Jay

Blue Jays are one of the most popular birds to visit artificial bird houses in the Eastern United States. With its unique, bold blue design, it would be challenging not to notice a Blue Jay. In this article, you’ll learn how to build or buy the right Blue Jay Bird House.

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Dove Bird House

About Doves

Doves are seen in nearly every corner of the world, and there are hundreds of Dove species in existence. However, only a few doves are usually available as pets, with the Mourning Dove as the most popular pet dove species.

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Bluebird Bird House

About Bluebirds

Bluebirds are one of the most famous birds in the US and have enchanted people’s attention and interest for a long time. Recognized by their lovely blue plumage, these little birds are a member of the Thrush family (Turdidae). These colorful North American birds have three species. In this article, you’ll learn how to build or buy the right Bluebird Bird House.

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Wren Bird House

About Wrens

There are almost 80 species of Wrens globally, all in the Troglodytidae family, but only some of them are regular backyard visitors. In North America, the House Wren, Bewick’s Wren, Carolina Wren, and Cactus Wren are regular guests in bird-friendly gardens in their respective ranges. Likewise, the Winter Wren is a typical backyard visitor in Europe and Asia.

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Sparrow Bird House

About Sparrows

You can attract many beautiful native Sparrows to bird-friendly backyards. Birders who learn how to draw Sparrows will achieve a more solid appreciation of these friendly birds and their positive traits. In this article, you’ll learn how to build or buy the right Sparrow bird house.

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Robin Bird House

About Robins

Robin is the common name used for various birds, of which the most famous is the American Robin. Frequently considered to be the “first bird of spring,” the American Robin is one of the most well-known and familiar backyard songbirds all year long. In this article, you’ll learn how to build or buy the right Robin bird house.

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Where do Hummingbirds Sleep?

In some ways, you might be more interested to find out how do hummingbirds sleep, rather than where they go to do so. Because strangely enough, their sleeping pattern is what one would call ‘unusual’. Instead of going to sleep after a long day of flight and hunting for food, they enter a state which has been termed Torpor – a form of hibernation. Unlike other hibernating animals though, it’s not something they do specifically during winter. Instead, it’s something they do every night.

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Where Do Hummingbirds Migrate To

If you have wondered, do hummingbirds migrate or not? The answer is most certainly a resounding yes for these tiny creatures. North America might be the hummer favorite place during most of the summer, but in fact, these birds are tropical creatures. They do love making seasonal trips to save themselves from inevitable harsh weather conditions.

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What a Hummingbirds Nest Looks Like

Hummingbirds’ nests are amazing in the sense that they are created with absolute love and dedication and are meant to protect one of the tiniest birds on the planet. As tiny as the birds are, the nests they make are just as tiny. And it’s honestly an amazing sight to see, just watching hummingbirds in their natural habitat in the nest. Yet, most people don’t know what hummingbirds nest even looks like or where do hummingbirds nest, so one gets an opportunity to see the nest in the first place.

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