How to free a trapped bird. How to keep birds from flying into windows. Caring for an injured or orphaned bird. And more.
Thirty or more species of birds are known to nest in birdhouses, but no single birdhouse appeals to them all.
Want to hang a birdhouse? Check this chart first — different birds require different sizes.
It’s easy to build a birdhouse. If you’re a parent, it’s a fun project to do with your children. Here’s a pattern and tips.
Birds appreciate a clean “dinner plate” and clean lodging. A dirty feeder fosters moldy, unhealthy food and, sometimes, dangerous bacteria.
Photos, interesting facts adapted from our Facebook posts: Birds can get drunk! Birds’ sleeping pattern. Activity before a storm. About ear tufts. More.
Attract more birds to your feeder by offering their favorite foods. Check out our list.
If you want to attract birds to your yard quickly, then bird feeders are the answer. You might even become a birdwatcher, if you aren’t one already.
Is your yard a flight path, and never a landing zone? Then make it a destination by following these suggestions. You’ll be watching birds full-time!
It isn’t rocket science, but picking the right birdhouse does take some planning. Here’s what to know before you shop.