These Are The 8 Most Beautiful Birds In North America

American Goldfinch

The American Goldfinch is a small, bright bird that is known for its bright yellow feathers when it's breeding. They often hang out at feeders and in open areas, adding a splash of color to the scenery.

Bald Eagle

With its majestic look, the Bald Eagle is a sign of power and freedom all over North America. It's easy to spot this big bird of prey because its dark brown body and wings stand out against its white head and tail.

Painted Bunting

Painted Buntings are some of the brightest-colored birds in North America. The males' feathers are a variety of colors. These small birds like brushy places and the edges of forests.

Blue Jay

This bird, the blue jay, is easy to spot in eastern woods and backyards thanks to its bright blue feathers and loud "jay!" calls. You can find these smart and useful birds in the crow family.

Scarlet Tanager

Scarlet Tanagers are beautiful birds. The males have bright red bodies with black wings and tails. Most of the time, they are in the upper sky of eastern woods, where their bright feathers stand out.

Anna’s Hummingbird

This bird lives all year on the western coast and is known for its beautiful shimmering green and pink feathers. These little birds are brave and have been known to scare away bigger birds.

Northern Cardinal

These birds are some of the most well-known and loved. The males have bright red feathers, and the females have more modest but still beautiful brown tones. In their area, they live there all year.

Snowy Owl

The Snowy Owl is a beautiful white bird that can be seen in North American open fields and along the coasts in the winter. These big owls leave the Arctic, where they nest, to spend the winter in places that aren't as cold.