Pennsylvania’s abundance of natural spaces pleases both birds and birders alike. Forests, hills, valleys, rivers and mountains provide plenty of bird-friendly habitat (and places to watch them!). In addition, Pennsylvania shares part of the Lake Erie shoreline, as well as a swath of the Appalachian Trail. On top of all that, Pennsylvania is part of the Atlantic Flyway, a major East Coast migration path for a variety of birds.
Thanks to the work of birders and citizen scientists who logged data in eBird, 448 bird species were observed and recorded in Pennsylvania over the years. While these include birds of prey, field birds, and shorebirds, plenty of colorful songbirds are also in the mix.
Whether you’re out spending time in nature, or just looking for something new in the backyard, use this quick guide to get to know the songbirds of Pennsylvania.
40 frequent bird feeder visitors in Pennsylvania
Check out this list and see which visitors you’ve seen at your feeder. This data was collected by backyard birders from November 2020 through April 2021 for Project Feederwatch, which had more than 700 Pennsylvania-based feeder sites reporting.
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