There are at least two pairs of cardinals and their offspring among the regulars, along with yellow and purple finches (they turn brown for winter) as well as a rose-breasted grosbeak, red-bellied and downy woodpeckers, cowbirds, grackles, robins and blue jays.
What does DOWO stand for?
DOWO stands for Downy Woodpecker
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At Willamette Heights Park, for example, mourning doves, red-breasted nuthatches, downy woodpeckers and Steller's jays congregate.
In this guide he profiles 25 birds that live in Utah such as the black-chinned hummingbird, the downy woodpecker, and the Cooper's hawk, including one color picture per species.
He also answers basic questions about birds, including whether cardinals mate for life, why some birds sleep standing on one leg, and the difference between a downy woodpecker and a hairy woodpecker.
Every day, Trudy watched at the window, observing and writing about each newcomer: the beautiful black-and-white-striped downy woodpecker, the brave, bright-eyed chickadees, the bullying blue jays who chased the other birds away, and the tiny pine siskins who showed the pretty yellow undersides of their wings as they flew.