Examples of Aggressive Birds at the Feeders

Examples of Aggressive Birds at the Feeders

Do You have Aggressive Birds Visiting Your Feeders?

The Bluejay takes the rap for being an aggressive, bully bird. However here in CT they are not an aggressive bird, at least not as compared to the European Starlings who scare off other birds from the feeders.
The Bluejay takes the rap for being an aggressive, bully bird. However here in CT they are not an aggressive bird, at least not as compared to the European Starlings who scare off other birds from the feeders.

We have the pleasure of ‘families’ of Bluejays returning each year with the young ones, and the cycle continues throughout the year; with Bluejays visiting our feeders daily.

We have far more aggressive/bully birds than the Bluejay (i.e. the European Starlings are far more aggressive).

We have a wide range of birds visiting our feeders here in Bethel CT and enjoy their visits throughout the year (including the Bluejays and European Starlings); and especially the northern Cardinals.The Cardinals, the sparrows, the Titmice, and other birds raise their families here each year, ensuring that we always have a wonderful mix of birds visiting our backyard and feeders through the year.

Source: Birds & Blooms excellent post. If you haven’t subscribe to their eNewsletter or the magazine, you just might want to check them out so you can keep up to date on all things Birds & Blooms!

Photo: url link to their great looking photo on the Bluejay

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