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Important seed plants include grasses, pines, elms, asters, sunflowers, tickseeds, and goldenrod. Commercial seed can be offered in feeders and scattered on the ground.
 
Click on the info before the bird's name for specific diet and other information.

 
Most of diet is seeds
info Blackbird, Red-winged  info Goldfinch
info Bobwhite, Northern  info Grackle, Boat-tailed
info Bunting, Indigo  info Grackle, Common
info Bunting, Painted  info Junco, Dark-eyed
info Cowbird, Brown-headed  info Siskin, Pine
info Dove, Common Ground  info Sparrow, Chipping
info Dove, Mourning  info Sparrow, Song
info Dove, Rock  info Sparrow, White-throated
info Finch, Purple   
 
Some of diet is seeds
info Northern Cardinal  info Pigeon, White-crowned
info Chickadee, Carolina  info Titmouse, Tufted
info Crow, American  info Towhee, Eastern
info Crow, Fish  info Warbler, Northern Parula
info Flicker, Northern  info Warbler, Orange-crowned
info Grosbeak, Blue  info Warbler, Palm
info Grosbeak, Rose-breasted  info Warbler, Pine
info Jay, Blue  info Warbler, Yellow-rumped
info Jay, Scrub  info Woodpecker, Pileated
info Meadowlark, Eastern  info Woodpecker, Red-bellied
info Nuthatch, Brown-headed  info Woodpecker, Red-cockaded
info Nuthatch, White-breasted   

 
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