"Backyard" Birds—Northeast Ohio (1)

This Gallery has images of birds typically found near our (former, as of late 2003) home in northeast Ohio. We have many more photos of birds from other locations. You'll find links to those pages on our Galleries page.

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Male cardinal, northeast Ohio, U.S.

The state bird of Ohio, our former home, cardinals were common in our backyard, often in large numbers.

Male cardinal, northeast Ohio, U.S.

Another winter photo of a male cardinal, the state bird of Ohio, our former home.


Red-winged blackbird, northeast Ohio, U.S.

Redwing blackbirds are among the first to return north in Spring. This male was catching insects at a northeast Ohio marsh.

Tufted Titmouse, northeast Ohio, U.S.

The energetic titmouse is a year-round resident in northeast Ohio. This image was made on a sunny March afternoon.


House finch, northeast Ohio, U.S.

The house finch is a another year-round resident in northeast Ohio. This image of a male was made on an April afternoon.


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