The 8 Backyard and Wild Birds in Pennsylvania

Length 8.75", Weight 1.6oz, Wingspan 12". Beautiful, common birds. Females sing too. Crested, red males; gray females.

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Northern Cardinal

10" long, 2.7 oz, 17" wingspan. Gray upperparts, red-white underparts. Eats worms/bugs/berries. Cheerful song.

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American Robin

11" long, 3oz, 16" wingspan. Loud "Nyeah!" song. Intelligent, noisy, eats nuts, insects. Crested, blue above, gray below.

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Blue Jay

L12" long, 4.2 oz, 18" wingspan. Often mistaken for an owl due to its "hooOOA, hoo, hoo, hoo" song. Lives short lives.

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Mourning Dove

Length 17.5", Weight 1 lb, Wingspan 39". Recognizable by "Caw! Caw!" call. Intelligent, urban-dwelling, holds "funerals.

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American Crow

Length: 6.25", Weight: 0.7oz, Wingspan: 8.25". Song Sparrows are brown with dark streaks, known for their "seet serate" song.

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Song Sparrow

5" long, .46 oz, 9" wingspan. Yellow with black cap. Eats seeds. Builds cup nests. Song: "swit sweet, sipsipsipchichisweetsweet.

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American Goldfinch

9.25" long and weighing 2.2 oz, thrives in urban and wild areas, known for its distinctive "Qwerr!" song.

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Red-bellied Woodpecker

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