Cleaning your bird feeders may be one of the most tedious things that come with trying to attract birds to your feeder. Luckily for you, we have several tips, tricks, and products that can turn this chore into a few simple steps that increase the amount of traffic your feeder will get from our healthy feathered friends.
We get it. We’re deep in the heart of the winter season, and your feathered friends have been flying by your same old empty feeder thinking, “Really!?”. With these simple winterization tips and tricks, those birdies will soon be singing a different tune, as your feeder will be transformed into a warm and safe paradise for the birds who stick around during this winter season.
It might start with a pole in the ground or maybe a suction cup to your kitchen window. However your “bird nerding” begins, we want to help you create the …
When you set your sights on a fluttering hummingbird, there’s no mistaking the rush of excitement you feel. Hummingbirds are incredibly unique birds that bring about child-like joy if you’re lucky enough to get a glance before they’re gone. While they aren’t the easiest birds to attract, there are a handful of proven measures you can take to attract hummingbirds to your yard.
How can you attract birds during the warmer months? Contrary to popular belief, Summer is one of the best times to feed our feathered friends! However, to be rewarded with …
Look at your neighbor’s lawn and garden. Do they constantly mow, water and apply chemicals and pesticides? Is their garden bright and beautiful, yet devoid of wildlife? Reality check: they’re doing it wrong. Biodiversity is extremely important to the environment, our communities, and most importantly, our selves.
Birdfeeders Etc. offers a challenge to you and your family. Can you attract and observe the National Bird-Feeding Society’s list of top ten most wanted backyard birds? Many of these birds are migratory so you will have to look for them in the spring and summer.
You may be wondering if birdfeeders are right for your backyard. There are a lot of benefits to having birdfeeders and attracting wild birds to your backyard environment. There is minimal work involved, meaning more benefits provided than effort needed.