The yellow-rumped warbler is a regular North American bird species that can be commonly observed all across the continent.
California Towhees are essentially large sparrows, with a sparrow's short, rounded wings, long tails, and thick , seed-cracking beak - but towhees are larger and bulkier.
Song Sparrows are medium-sized and fairly bulky sparrows. Song sparrows feed on seeds and insects near the ground.
European Starlings are now among the continent's most numerous songbirds. they are stocky black birds with short tails, triangular wings, and long, pointed bills.
Lesser Goldfinch is year-round residents except in the highest northern mountains. Lesser Goldfinch eats mostly thistle seeds and some insects.
The American Bushtit is the only species placed in the genus Psaltriparus and the only species in the family Aegithalidae that is found in the New World.
Spotted Towhee is a large, striking sparrow of sun-baked thickets of West. When you catch sight of one, they're gleaming black above (females are grayish brown).