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Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) Photo by Gerhard Hofmann

Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) Photo by Gerhard Hofmann

Gray Catbird  Habitat: Dense thickets. Easier to hear than see because they hide in dense shrubbery.  Diet: Insects and berries.  Backyard Favorites: Will eat grape jelly.

Gray Catbird Habitat: Dense thickets. Easier to hear than see because they hide in dense shrubbery. Diet: Insects and berries. Backyard Favorites: Will eat grape jelly.

Gray Catbird: Sounds like a cat mewing. I have one that sits for hours each day sunning itself in a forsythia shrub.

Gray Catbird: Sounds like a cat mewing. I have one that sits for hours each day sunning itself in a forsythia shrub.

Indigo Bunting Bird | Birds of North America] Indigo Bunting (Male); DISPLAY FULL IMAGE.

Indigo Bunting Bird | Birds of North America] Indigo Bunting (Male); DISPLAY FULL IMAGE.

Prothonotary Warbler-  Summer breeding.  My favorite Warbler, pure beauty-

Prothonotary Warbler- Summer breeding. My favorite Warbler, pure beauty-

Brown #Thrasher – Learn All About the #Bird o' the Day – Backyard #WildBird Directory –

Brown Thrasher

Brown #Thrasher – Learn All About the #Bird o' the Day – Backyard #WildBird Directory –

RED-BILLED queleas always move together. Whether it is feeding, drinking or migrating over long distances, the birds fly in close formation. They sleep in immense communal roosts, crammed tightly together into a small area. Predators are simply swamped and outnumbered so that very few fledglings are lost.

RED-BILLED queleas always move together. Whether it is feeding, drinking or migrating over long distances, the birds fly in close formation. They sleep in immense communal roosts, crammed tightly together into a small area. Predators are simply swamped and outnumbered so that very few fledglings are lost.

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