Northern Mockingbird

Northern Mockingbird in Tree

Northern Mockingbird in Tree

Length: 8.3–10.2 inches
Wingspan: 12.2–13.8 inches

Mockingbirds primarily eat insects in the summer such as beetles, worms, and ants. Their diet shifts to fruits in the fall and winter.

Look for the Mockingbird in areas with open ground, hedges, and thickets. It prefers to nest in grassy areas rather than open land.
You will find the Mockingbird all across the United States and Mexico.

The female mockingbirds are commonly larger than males.