Did you know that dark-eyed junco is the most common bird in North America?
Dark-Eyed Juncos at a Glance
Dark-eyed juncos are gray or brown with pink beaks and white outer tail feathers.
Least Concern - Population Stable
Fields, forests, gardens, and parks
Dark-eyed juncos build their nests In depressions, in: the ground, rocks, upturned trees, tangled roots, under buildings, hanging pots, or light fixtures out of ferns, grass, hair, leaves, moss, rootlets, and twigs.