Songbirds are the largest group of birds. They are found all around the world on six continents. Songbirds are found in all kinds of habitats, from forests to deserts. The woods and fields are full of them. We don't often notice them unless they are singing.

Songbirds might be seen in trees. They are also called perching birds. They can grasp small branches and perch in trees. Some eat fruit and berries. Some eat seeds or grain. Some eat the nectar from flowers. Some eat insects. These birds are very helpful to humans. They eat millions of insects that could damage farm crops and trees. Many songbirds migrate each spring and fall.

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