Everybody, have you heard? This versatile songbird is an incredible mimic. The Rich Little of songbirds. The Northern Mockingbird is also an aggressive defender of his territory and nest, and will sing almost constantly in a repeating loop of all the sounds he mimics. In residential areas they loved to feed on insects and earthworms on mowed lawns. When they sing for their supper, you will be treated to a non-stop concert that may even go all through the night. The Northern Mockingbird likes to be up on high when singing its aria of up to 15 sounds, and you will see this grayish brown bird on telephone wires and in the tops of trees.
Suggested Feeder Types: Ground, Platform ,
- Black Currant
- Virginia Creeper