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 …
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 …
To the “Average Joe”, birding and bird feeding may not be the most exciting activities, or the most interesting to learn about, but for all of us Bird Nerds what could be more exciting than the history of birding and bird feeding!?
Let’s face it, you don’t work for DIY network. You’re probably a Bird Nerd – and have a passion for birding — or are at least interested in creating a perfect environment to attract them to your yard. Unless you’re somewhat of a master craftsman (or craftswoman), the bird feeder you create is going to be less than or equal to one you can buy.
So yesterday morning I went out and set up my camera to see if we could catch any birds. I just recently gotten the new squirrel proof ‘Original Absolute’ feeder and a bag of Old-Elm Gourmet feed and I was really excited to try it out and see what kinds of results I could get.
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.
The leaves are falling, the frost has set in and the birds are hungry. At least 4,000 species of birds are regular migrants (40% of total population). Birds are migrating due to a lack of resources – food and nesting locations.
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.