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Some people work hard to keep squirrels away from their bird feeders, but have you ever considered feeding them as well? In this quick guide, we'll show you how it's done.
From woodpeckers to wrens, cavity-nesting birds can be interesting finds for backyard birdwatchers. Learn about these birds, which choose to nest in holes and crevices instead of building nests from twigs and scraps.
Have you ever wondered how your favorite birds got their names? Learn the various reasons that birds earn their titles, including geography, appearance and behavior.
Discover what progress bird conservationist groups like the Audubon Society made in 2020 that will make a difference for many years to come.
Research has shown that some birds do have a sense of smell. Discover which birds take advantage of their sense of smell for navigation, finding food, and more.
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!
Birdwatching is an exceptionally inclusive hobby. Learn how anyone can take part in birding, regardless of disabilities they may have.