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Mourning Dove

The Mourning Dove is covered in various hues of brown and tan with dark spots. This allows them to blend into the ground or low lying shrubs that they call home. They are plump birds with small heads and long tails. Mourning Doves may remind you of a better mannered more delicate pigeon.

Mourning Doves will eat most of their diet off the ground or perhaps a platform feeder. Because their habitat is ground-cover and low-lying shrubs they prefer backyards free of cats and other predators. Mourning Doves enjoy White Proso Millet, Black-oil Sunflower, Safflower and Sunflower Chips the Classic Blend and Birds Gone Wild are both sure to be appreciated by these beautiful songbirds.


American Goldfinch
Most of the backyard birds you will attract look the same year-round.
American Robin
Commonly seen bounding across your front lawn the male American Robin has a rust
Blue Jay
Blue Jays are beautiful, often loud, birds in the same family as Crows, Magpies, and other Jays.
The Northern Cardinal is a popular backyard bird, particularly in Kentucky and six other states
Carolina Chickadee
This small song bird known for their chickadee-dee-dee call has white cheeks that separate
Carolina Wren
The Carolina Wren is a chunky little bird with a distinctive tail that stinks nearly straight up in the air.
Dark-Eyed Junco
Common in the wintertime across the United States Dark-Eyed Junco’s are slate grey over
Downy Woodpecker
They have the typical straight posture of a woodpecker however they are the smallest woodpecker in North America
Eastern Bluebird
The Eastern Bluebird is small bird with a round head, plump body and a posture best described as alert.
Eastern Towhee
The Eastern Towhee has distinctive rust colored sides and a white belly.


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