Wild Backyard Birds
Dark-eyed Juncos have a black head and neck, a tan body and a white underside. (Females are lighter in color than males.) These birds are the most common bird in America.
Doves have white on the tip of there wing feathers, have black spots on the the side of their wings, a subtly faded dark gray stripe along their back, and otherwise solid gray in color.
Deer and Elk
White Fallow Deer.
Some types of deer are Mule deer, Blacktail deer, Sitka Blacktail deer, Colombian Blacktail deer, Whitetail deer, Fallow deer, White Fallow deer, Redstags, Axis deer, and the Spirit deer.
Some animals live in your backyard, depending on where you live. Animals live all over the world from the dusty plains of Africa, to the icy snow in Alaska.
When you paint an animal, you need to be aware of it's habitat as well. This is because animals are well adapted to fit their environment, so animals that live in Africa, will have shorter fur than an animal that live in Alaska. Animals that live in snowy climates will need more strength and stealth, than an animal that lives in a dusty climate.