If you are having trouble with sparrows overrunning your bird feeder, there is a way to keep them at bay. Learn how to make a your own bird feeder halo.
Bears have been known to raid bird feeders, stealing seed, suet or other bird foods. Learn how to keep bears away from your bird feeders.
Despite the best intentions, sometimes intervening with an orphaned bird can actually cause more harm than good. Learn when you should or shouldn't help out.
Window strikes are the second most common cause of death for wild birds. This is estimated to cause between 100 million to 1 billion bird deaths in the US annually.
Cleaning your hummingbird feeder is easy, and it's vitally important for offering a safe, healthy place for hummingbirds to feed.
Bees are attracted to the sweet nectar offered at hummingbird feeders, and they can be a dangerous predator to hummingbirds. Learn how to keep bees away.
You might want to think twice before moving that bird nest. Learn when it's okay to move a nest, when you shouldn't, and how to move it.
Have a new bird feeder that birds don't seem to visit? It can take time for birds to adjust. Learn how to help them get comfortable at your new feeder.
Bully birds will scare away the smaller birds at your feeder, then eat all the food by themselves. We've got a few simple tips to deter them.
It's tempting to feed a baby bird you find on the ground, but in most cases, it's not a good idea. Learn the best way to handle a fallen baby bird.