Here, I write about animals and their small curiosities, feeding habits, and their role in the ecosystem!

The 30 most common backyard birds of Maine (with statistics)

n the last 30 years, especially four species have been dominant in Maine backyards: Black-capped Chickadee, the Mourning Dove, the American goldfinch and the Blue Jay. Despite their high total numbers, some have been more widely present at feeder than the others.

30 most common backyard birds of Minnesota? (2023!)

In this post we will look into the top 30 most common birds in the state of Minnesota and we will dive deeper into the top 12 birds with descriptions that will teach you identification of backyard birds of Minnesota, where they come from and how to feed them.

30 most frequent backyard birds of Indiana (photos & data!)

In the last few years, backyard bird watching has become very popular in Indiana – and for good reason! Watching…

30 most common backyard birds of Illinois 2023!

Whether you live in St. Louis, Springfield, or Chicago, you really don’t have to plan a trip to the Sand Ridge or Shawnee state forests to see incredible wildlife in Illinois! Lots of fascinating birds are already jumping around in your yard or eating from your bird feeder. But maybe you ask yourself – what birds are most likely to visit my backyard in the state of Illinois? You will find the answer here!

Which birds cannot walk? (5 types of birds revealed!)

Maybe you have heard about birds that are not able to fly, but have you ever considered that there are also birds that cannot walk?

Do birds make saliva

Do birds have saliva? (Answered and explained!)

Have you ever wondered if chickens can spit or droll? Or maybe you wonder if your pet parrots use saliva to digests their food? Well, then you are in the right place as I will answer these questions in this post!

Most common backyard birds of Hawaii 2023 (with photos and videos!)

What are the most common backyard birds in Hawaii and how often do they occur at bird feeders? This question will be answered in this post on Hawaiian garden birds!