This time of year, we experience the arrival of spring, the leafing out of our precious trees, and take comfort in the greening of our community and the joy of the songbird. This benefit of trees – this experience – brings forth pleasurable feelings and emotions, and creates fond memories that are priceless.
Thank you for your responses to our recent post “Planting Trees to Attract Birds.
Top five responses:
5. Crabapple and Mulberry
holly, American mountainash, apple, aucuba, boxwood, butterfly bush, chokeberry, cypress, elderberry, fir, forsythia, hazel, hemlock, laurel, lilac, maple, Norway spruce, pear, raspberry, saucer magnolia, white pine, and wild cherry.
We also had a plethora of responses regarding the type of birds our members and followers see visiting their yards.
Top five most common birds:
Other birds that folks are seeing in their yards are wrens, robins, sparrows, catbirds, owls, crows, warblers, mockingbirds, and bluebirds!
Thanks for sharing with us!
Any other trees or birds you’d like to add to the list?