You can help wild birds thrive through winter! Chilly weather means that food, water and shelter become harder to find, while shorter days leave less time for birds to feed and replenish energy reserves for long, cold nights.
Black-capped Chickadees are easy to attract at your bird feeder by providing the right food, water and shelter. You can also try pishing to attract them!
Finches can be finicky and sometimes they’re hesitant to visit bird feeders. These nine hints for how to attract finches will help you create a finch-friendly backyard bird feeding station they can’t resist.
Many believe that birds only benefit from feeders during certain times of the year. However, birds actually have a year-round need for reliable, steady food sources. Here's what food types you should feed during each of the four seasons and how these options will help backyard birds.
Migrating birds need abundant sources of food and water to boost their energy as they make their lengthy flights. Here are some tips on how to make your yard more appealing and helpful to migrating birds, including what to offer in your feeders.
Get your backyard ready for hummingbird season with sweet tips to help find your perfect hummingbird feeder!
Suet for birds is easy with these DOs and DON'Ts. These tips will help you learn how to attract more backyard birds with suet.
The Birding Effect is the impact birds have on our everyday lives that we don’t even realize—everything from the coffee you drink to the ways birds help in food production and disease and insect control. Take a closer look at the many benefits of birds in our daily lives!
These 10 great bird feeding foods attract a wide variety of birds to your backyard.
Because many birds will be frequenting your feeders, they may bring with them germs that could potentially make other birds become sick. However, these diseases can easily be prevented from regularly cleaning your feeders.