Scenic Bucks County
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Bluebirds and Gold Finches are birds of spring and a sure sign warm weather is coming.
Tree Swallows and Ruby Throated Hummingbirds both have a beautiful iridescent sheen and are commonly seen all summer throughout Bucks County.
Snow Geese and the more common Canadian Geese along with the Tufted Titmouse are birds more associated with the coming of winter.
Of course the Blue Jay and the Cardinal are commonly seen adding color to a winter day.
The Great Egret is not as common as many Bucks County birds, but it does seem to be showing up more and more along our streams, ponds and lakes.
A splash of red on a Downy Woodpecker and the not so common Rose-Breasted Grosbeak.
Slate-Colored Junco sitting in a patch of sun light.
A Great Blue Heron reflects along a Bucks County stream and a Sharp-Shinned Hawk perches on a pole.
A male Chipping Sparrow and a Common Flicker
American Robin and American Bittern.
These are just a few of the many birds that can be spotted across the Bucks County landscape. Hundreds more are just waiting to get their picture taken.
Bird watching in Bucks County can be a rewarding experience all year long. With wooded hills, open farmland, creeks, streams and residential neighborhoods Bucks County has a wide range of habitats for all types of birds. Bucks County is a great place for the hobbyist bird watcher and the avid ornithologist alike. Below are just a very few of the birds that can be spotted in Bucks County.
Northern Mockingbird