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Warblers are many peoples' favorites, but they can be tougher to attract than other birds. Dive into these helpful tips for bringing flocks of these birds to your yard or garden.
Hummingbird nectar can be made at home or purchased as powders, concentrates and ready-to-use nectar. Not sure if you should buy it or mix it yourself? We're here to help.
Nyjer seed is a popular food for feeding birds, specifically finches. Learn how to offer nyjer, the seed's history, and what other birds it might attract to your feeders.
Not sure what to look for in a bird feeder? We'll help you make the right choice. Learn about everything from feeder capacity, to durability, and types of birds.
According to researchers, there are certain colors that can attract more birds to your bird feeders and bird houses. While it may not be the most important consideration for attracting birds, there is something to it!
What's the best way to store bird seed? We review several great options, and explain why the bag the seed came in is not one of them.
If you'd like to get a closer look at the birds in your backyard, there are several methods you can try, including camouflage, bird blinds and slowly inching closer.
Nuts and berries are widely enjoyed by birds, and it can be fun to offer something other than the same old birdseed. The more variety in the food you offer, the greater variety of birds you can attract!
Dark-eyed juncos are charming little visitors at backyard bird feeders. Learn the best ways to attract them, from food and water to shelter and other tips.