Your summer flowers may be attracting a lot of birds right now, but do you know what kinds they are. If your garden is anything like mine, these might be some of the flowers you have growing and the birds that will visit them.
Aster. All asters attract birds. These birds include cardinals, goldfinches, chickadees, goldfinches, indigo buntings, nuthatches, sparrows and towhees. Pictured below is the towhee.
Black-Eyed Susan. If you leave your black-eyed Susans standing through the winter you can continue to feed certain types of birds. Birds that will visit at different times during the year include American goldfinches, chickadees, cardinals, nuthatches, sparrows and towhees. Pictured below is an American goldfinch.
Coneflower. Like Black-Eyed Susan, the coneflower can remain standing in a snowy garden. It attracts both the American Goldfinch and the pine siskin, pictured below.
A large variety of songbirds are attracting the seeds of the coreopsis flower. These birds include finches and sparrows, as seen below.
Goldenrod. Birds love Goldenrod. If you've got it in your yard, you'll see finches, pine siskins, yellow-rumped warblers, and indigo buntings feasting on their seeds. A Yellow Warbler enjoys s
Sedum. Sedum attract almost any type of seed eating bird, even hummingbirds. Leave them around all winter to continue feeding the winter birds. Along with sedum, several other flowers attract hummingbirds and these include
What birds have you seen in your garden this summer?