8 Most Common Birds of South Carolina

The Northern Cardinal is a vibrant bird with a red body, distinctive crest, and orange bill. It eats seeds, fruit, and insects.

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Northern Cardinal

Large, black bird with strong bill. Eats varied diet, vocal with "Caw!" call, social, found in South Carolina.

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American Crow

Buff, brown, gray with pointed tail. Feeds on seeds. Common in SC woodlands, farms, urban areas. Known for sad call.

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Mourning Dove

Carolina Wren. Small, reddish-brown wren with white throat. Forages in vegetation, sings "teakettle" song.

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Carolina Wren

Gray with white, long-tailed bird mimics over 100 species' songs, feeds on insects and fruits.

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Northern Mockingbird

Small, gray bird with crest, black eyes, eats seeds, insects, found in SC woodlands, cute feeder bird.

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Tufted Titmouse

medium-sized bird, blue and gray plumage, feeds on seeds and insects, social, found in South Carolina.

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Blue Jay

8.75" length, 1.6 oz weight, 12" wingspan. Sing "pichew" and "cheer" songs. State bird in Indiana.

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Pine Warbler

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