We are very pleased to have Keith Lowe continue tracking the sightings as a tribute to Blake's enthusiasm for this event.
1. Northern Cardinal
X P - Sub species was seen in the indicated winter season. Species in white are usually recorded every winter season. Species in yellow are not recorded every winter season. Species in orange have less than 10 total records in NS. Species in red are presumed extirpated.
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House Finch, male. House Finch, female.
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Northern Cardinal, female. Northern Flicker. Northern Mockingbird. Pileated Woodpecker. Pine Siskin. Pine Warbler. Red-bellied Woodpecker.
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Red-breasted Nuthatch. Red-headed Woodpecker. Red-winged Blackbird.
Ruby-crowned Kinglet. Song Sparrow. Tufted Titmouse. Turkey Vulture. White-breasted Nuthatch. White-throated Sparrow.
Birds in winter
Yellow-rumped Warbler. Dropping temperatures can make birds slower and more vulnerable to illness or predators, and fallen leaves offer less protection to keep winter birds safe. Fortunately, a bird-friendly yard can provide for all of a bird's needs even during the coldest months. The exact species of winter backyard birds vary depending on range, geography, and habitat. These 40 species are those most likely to be found in snowy backyards throughout the United States and Canada. Some are common backyard birds year-round, and others are only winter visitors.
Still, other species have regular irruptions and may be common one year and absent the next. These are not the only backyard birds that might appear in winter, but they are quite common within their respective ranges. If a backyard meets their needs, they are likely to be winter visitors. For many birders, their favorite species - such as tanagers, hummingbirds, warblers or Orioles - are conspicuously absent in winter.
These and many other birds are migratory, and in winter they travel hundreds or even thousands of miles to milder climates or rich tropical regions that can support many birds with ease.