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Published on Feb 2, 2009
The common birds of Quail Hollow (a native garden in Tujunga, California) where over 100 different bird species visit yearly. Featured in the video (in order of appearance) is the western tanager, acorn woodpecker, band-tailed pigeon, Bewick's wren, California Towhee, house sparrow, house finch, Allen's hummingbird, Anna's hummingbird, California quail, mourning doves, California thrasher, Nuttall's woodpecker, Copper's hawk, brown creeper. Lazuli bunting, lesser goldfinch, Rufous hummingbird, common raven, mountain chickadee, northern mockingbird, song sparrow, spotted towhee, Wilson's warbler, red-naped sapsucker, cedar waxwing, phainopepla, black-headed grosbeak, house wren, golden-crowned sparrow, black phoebe, white crowned-sparrow, bushtit, white-breasted nuthatch and western scrubjay.
More inormation about Quail Hollow is available at www.empken.com