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What Birds Make the Best Intricate Chainsaw Carvings? Hummingbirds, Woodpeckers & More

You are sitting outside in your backyard just enjoying the beautiful summer weather. As you are sitting outside, you notice beautiful birds that keep coming around. Either the hummingbird keeps coming back to eat the food from the hummingbird feeder or you notice the robin on your lawn trying to find the worms. Birds can be so enjoyable to watch when you are just sitting and trying to relax. But how much do you know about the birds you were watching? Carve Me a Bear! Chainsaw Carvings considers what birds make the best chainsaw carvings below.

Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds

Hummingbird birds can be such fun birds to watch. Many people put out hummingbird feeders so that they can watch these beautiful angelic birds come to drink. Hummingbirds are unique and hold their tail still while hovering to eat. They can beat their wings about 53 times per second while flying and eating. Hummingbirds are the most common bird people recognize. They have beautiful feathers of green and red, with a long beck, and are very tiny only about 3 to 3.75 inches, and weigh about .10 to .13 ounces.

American Robin

It’s not uncommon to see a robin in your backyard searching for worms. You can recognize these birds with their orange chest and gray feathers on the back and head. You may notice them more in the spring coming out to get the worms, but they actually stay close to their region year around, if they do migrate, they only go as far as necessary. Robins love to sing, and you may hear their songs throughout the day. These birds are about 10 inches with a wingspan of 15 to 16 inches.

Downy Woodpecker

If you have ever heard a bird pecking at the tree, it could be a downy woodpecker. They are the smallest backyard woodpecker in America. These birds are black and white with a small bill. The males have a red spot on the back of their head. These birds like to mostly eat insects but will eat seeds, fruits, and nuts, so you may see them at your birdfeeders. These birds peck at the wood to find a mate, established territory, build nests and find bugs.

American Goldfinch

American Goldfinch are bright yellow birds with black markings. The males are brighter in color than the females. Their nickname is called wild canary because they sing constantly. Goldfinches, love seeds, they will even feed their babies seeds while most birds feed their babies insects. These birds love to live in dense trees, shrubs, and even thorny bushes. It helps protect them and their nest.

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If you are an avid bird watcher or just someone who likes to sit outside and enjoy the birds that come around, birds can be beautiful to watch whoever you are. If there is a bird that you absolutely love and adore when they come into your backyard, then why not get a wood carving of your favorite bird to put outside or in your home to always remember that beautiful bird? Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings is outstanding at carving birds and can carve whichever one is your favorite.

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