Four Birds to Watch For This Spring

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You can expect to see a variety of birds at any given time across the state of Tennessee, but some months and species prove to be more prevalent in their sightings. These four birds frequent the area and are likely to be seen in your own backyard. Keep a journal to note their frequency throughout the year.

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Purple Finch

Purple Finch: Mature males are a beautiful raspberry-red with a white underside and brownish wings and back. First-year males and females are streaked in brown and white with a bold pattern across their faces. They are only seen in the winter, arriving in October and departing in April.

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  1. Karina

    April 23, 2020 at 1:10 pm

    I have all those beautiful birds in my back yard every single day!!! I can also add a nesting pair of eastern blue birds who have laid 3 eggs in the blue bird box in my back yard!! I love all my feather friends!

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