Wild Grape - Vitis spp.
Native to Usa
Woody, deciduous vine that can climb up to 50 feet in height, Wild Grape is a favorite of many birds. It flowers in summer, the flowers, foliage, and vines themselves attract many insects, which in turn attract insectivorous birds, like Warblers. Later in summer clusters of grapes begin to form, the grapes are a favorite of Woodpeckers, Robins, Catbirds, Cedar Waxwing, and Cardinals – among many more. Growing and maintaining Wild Grape vines is one of the top ways to attract birds.
Birds Most Commonly Attracted to Wild Grape
American Robin Baltimore Oriole Cedar Waxwing Downy Woodpecker Eastern Bluebird Gray Catbird Insectivorous Birds Northern Cardinal Northern Flicker Northern Mockingbird Pileated Woodpecker Red-Bellied Woodpecker Red-Eyed Vireo Scarlet Tanager Veery