Here is a video showing two species of birds: the Tufted Titmouse and the Purple Finch. The Purple Finch exhibits what is known as sexual dimorphism, which means the males and females have distinguishable differences in plumage. As in most songbirds, the male Purple Finch is the more colorful of the two, with the female being more of a buffy brown with no raspberry purple coloration.
Here is a video showing multiple bird species eating on a suet cake in my front yard. The species you will see, as well as the times they first appear in the video is as follows:
- :13 - White-breasted Nuthatch
- :29 - Male Red-bellied Woodpecker
- :59 - Blue Jay
- 1:34 - Female Downy Woodpecker
- 2:02 - Tufted Titmouse
- 2:59 - Carolina Chickadee makes a brief appearance and then reappears at 3:11
Here is a video of Purple Finches, American Goldfinches (male, female, and juvenile) in winter plumage, and a Carolina Chickadee. This video was taken in the month of January, thus the winter goldfinch plumage.
This is a video showing a female cardinal who didn't care for her company and splits before the hoard of Mourning Doves descends on the feeder. Notice the aggressive behavior that is displayed when trying to defend one's spot or displace another from theirs.
This is a video of a male Ruby-throated Hummingbird feeding and resting at a feeder. In this clip you get the opportunity to see his tongue in action and you can see how handy that adaptation is for getting down into tube-shaped flowers.