|Red-breasted sapsucker, Pine siskin, American goldfinch, Mourning dove, Yellow warbler, Song sparrow, Purple finch, Cedar waxwing, Kinglets, bushtits, and vireos|
|Flowers feed hummingbirds|
'Nuts" when crushed can be eaten by Yellow rumped warblers
Good shelter foliage
Bark insects attract woodpeckers and nuthatches.
|Flowers eaten by Black-headed grosbeak and Band-tailed pigeon.|
Fruits attract Song sparrows, flickers, grosbeaks, robins, thrushes and waxwings.
|Seeds and flowers eaten by Evening grosbeak, Black-
headed grosbeak, goldfinches, and pine siskin.|
Good for insects for warblers, vireos, bushtits and kinglets.
|Some of the greatest bird trees! Nest sites, insects, acorns. You name it, it is likely to visit, oak titmice etc. etc.|
|If you have these, juncos, creepers and chestnut-backed chickadees will visit. Pt. Reyes denizens can expect pigmy nuthatches.|
|Attracts forest birds, juncos, chestnut backed chickadees. creepers.|
Many are drought tolerant, ideal in our Mediterranean climate
|Edible fruit can attract mockingbirds, robins and Cedar Waxwings.|
Low-growing shrubby cover for quail and wren-tits.
Flowers for hummingbirds.
|Cover for coastal birds.|
|Cover for nests and seeds for goldcrowned sparrow.|
Insects for other bird species.
|Seeds for bushtits, mockingbirds, quail and finches.|
Good cover shrubs.
|Hummingbirds go for nectar, goldfinches will eat seed.|
|Western tanager and warblers eat the flowers|
fruits for Grosbeak, Northern oriole, flickers, robins, thrashers, vireos, woodpeckers, sparrow and finches
|Fruit for Cedar waxwing, California towhee, Spotted towhee, Western bluebird, robins, mockingbirds, bandtailed pigeon, waxwing, quail.|
|Fruit taken by robins, finches, towhees|
Flowers have nectar for hummingbirds.
|Cultivars come in several colors, hummingbirds.|
|Berries attract flickers, robins and finches.|
|Fruit for robins, finches, towhees, cedar waxwing.|
|Black juicy fruit in fall for thrushes, jays, mockingbirds, robins, bandtailed pigeon and purple finch.|
|Berries for the. usual birds as above.|
Flowers in early spring for hummingbirds.
|Only for the wild garden, but have vitamin-laden fruit.|
|Few recommended for gardens but if you have them they are very desirable to many spp. of songbirds.|
|Ripe berries feed many. species of bird, host to insects|
High on birds favorite list!
|Hummingbirds like the flowers.|
Makes shrubby thickets for cover.
Berries are palatable to hermit thrush, Swainson's thrush, robins and other spp.
|Flowers for hummingbirds, berries for the usual suspects.|
|Columbine  Aquilegia formosa|
|Red Larkspur  Delphinium cardinale|
|Bleeding heart  Dicentra formosa|
|Alum Roots  Heuchera spp.|
|Leopard Lily  Lilium pardalinum|
|Scarlet Monkeyflower  Mimulus cardinalis|
|Blue Penstemon  Penstemon heterophyllus|
|Flowering Sage  Salvia spp.|