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How to Attract Redpolls

How to Attract Redpolls

The most noticeable distinction that redpolls show off is a bright red dab on the top of the head, thus the name redpoll (‘poll’ is an antiquated word for ‘head’). The ruby red crown is the easiest way to spot a redpoll in the yard and tell it apart from other finches. Body color, on the other hand, can vary among redpolls. For example, the Common Redpoll has brown body feathers with heavy streaking, while the Hoary Redpoll has whitish body feathers with minimal streaking.

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How to Attract Siskins

How to Attract Siskins

The Pine Siskin, also referred to by its Latin name of Spinus pinus, is a petite bird with subtle brown streaks and touches of yellow. Though often mistaken as a sparrow because of its modest markings, the Pine Siskin is actually a type of finch – which comes as no surprise when observing its playful behavior, body shape, and call notes.

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The Best Bird Feeders for Cardinals

The Best Bird Feeders for Cardinals

Attract more cardinals to your yard with any one of these exceptional bird feeders that focus on smart, easy-to-use designs catering specifically to redbirds.

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squirrel-proof bird feeder

How to Use a Squirrel-Proof Bird Feeder

Squirrel-proof bird feeders are highly effective, but only when used properly. Learn how to optimally set up your squirrel-proof bird feeder, and additional tactics that can help ward off squirrels.

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tufted titmouse

How to Attract Titmice

Titmice are delightful small birds that frequently visit backyard bird feeders. However, they can be shy, so it can be a challenge to initially attract them. Learn the best tactics for inviting these endearing birds to your feeders.

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Cerulean Warbler

Attracting Warblers to Your Backyard

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.

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More Birds 3-in-1 Hummingbird Feeder

Hummingbird Nectar: Buy It or Make It?

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.

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All About Nyjer

All About Nyjer

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.

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Man filling bird feeder using a yellow bowl

3 Better Ways to Fill Your Bird Feeder

Birds are known to make a mess when chowing down, but filling up the feeders doesn’t have to be a debacle. Keep the chaos out of filling your feeder by using one of these super easy solutions. All three of these items can simplify the task of refilling feeders –... Read More