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Red-Breasted Nuthatch

The long billed, short tailed Nuthatch dawns a rust colored belly, black cap on their head and tints of blue on their wings.

Don’t count on seeing them from year to year. Typically, Red-Breasted Nuthatches only travel south when evergreen cone production is down. Evergreen cone production usually varies on a two-year cycle.

Red-Breasted Nuthatches enjoy a variety of nuts and seeds. When Red-Breasted Nuthatches stop by your backyard they enjoy Black-oil Sunflower and Sunflower Chips. Patio Low Millet Blend in a platform feeder is sure to be enjoyed if Red-Breasted Nuthatches stop by over the winter.


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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