Spruce up your bare trees this winter AND feed the birds when they need it most!
The Great Backyard Bird Count is an opportunity to introduce kids to birdwatching. Learn how to get your kids involved in this important annual bird count.
Making a birdseed wreath can be a festive way to attract birds to your yard this holiday season. This easy-to-make wreath will provide extra calories and nutrition to suet-feeding birds over the long winter months.
Many of us are told that it's not safe to pick up feathers you find on the ground. Feathers can sometimes harbor disease, but it's rare in North America.
You'll likely find that kids are fascinated by the idea of bird migration. Learn how to teach them about it using these fun, interactive methods.
Birds are amazing animals for kids to learn about. Tell your kids about birds' relationship with dinosaurs, unbelievable flight abilities and blazing speed.
Encourage your kids to engage with nature by teaching them about common backyard birds: chickadees, blue jays, woodpeckers, crows, and robins.
Kids enjoy birdwatching too! If you're interested in attending a local bird walk with your kids, make sure you are respectful of the other group members.
Bird feeding is a healthy, environmentally-conscious way to teach kids an appreciation for nature and wildlife, even for very young children.
Parents can use a kid’s natural interest in bird watching as one way introduce them to the outdoors and help them develop a lifelong love of nature.