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Major info in this article: Don't offer Suet to birds once winter passes.

Suet and Other Foods, Birding Basics

Blue Heron


Features of a Good Nest Box


Summer Tanager

Help! What Do I Do With This Baby Bird? | The Animal Rescue Site Blog

Help! What Do I Do With This Baby Bird?

Watercolor Bird Original Painting

DEMAND The U.S. Food and Drug Administration put a stop to hummingbird nectar companies adding red dye #40 to their products! Major bird feeder companies, such as Perky-Pet, are repeatedly told by various animal welfare groups to stop using this dye, yet they refuse to take the health of hummingbirds into consideration and continue using the dye. This chemical purportedly affects hummingbirds by damaging their kidneys! PLZ SIGN AND SHARE IN PROTEST!

Stop Selling Toxic Hummingbird Nectar

Cedar Waxwing Gunflint Trail Brule River Cook Co MN File0113

The PhotoNaturalist

Keep squirrels out of bird feeders. PVC pipe around pole. Or hand a slinky around pole with bottom end left hanging, so they bounce! :)

Birding Basics | Beginning Birding - Birds & Blooms

Not practical, but SO cute!

Amish Woven Basket Bird House with Copper Roof

Nighttime Shelter for Winter Birds - Bird Roost Plan One

Bird Roost Plan One - Nighttime Shelter for Winter Birds

Rustic reclaimed redwood birdhouse

Beyond honey bees, neonicotinoid pesticides now found to be killing baby birds

Nighttime Shelter for Winter Birds - Bird Roost Plan Two

Bird Roost - Nighttime Shelter for Winter Birds

How to choose the best hummingbird feeder

How to Make Hummingbird Food & Choose a Feeder - Empress of Dirt

Bird Bath Ideas

Creative Bird Bath Projects & Tutorials

Bird House

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Bird house hole sizes: Optimum Hole Sizes (Inches) for Common Birdhouse Nesting Species: American Kestrel 3, Ash-Throated Flycatcher 1 1/2, Barn Owl 6, Black-Capped Chickadee 1 1/8, Carolina Wren 1 1/2, Downy Woodpecker 1 1/4, Eastern Bluebird 1 1/2, House Finch 2, House Wren 1 1/4, Northern Flicker 2 1/2, Prothonotary Warbler 1 1/8, Purple Martin 2 1/2, Tufted Titmouse 1 1/4, Violet-Green Swallow 1 1/2, White-Breasted Nuthatch 1 1/4.

Building a Birdhouse? Here's How to Make the Right Size Hole

Spring is coming. Keeping Birds Safe Around Windows

Problems with Windows, Birding Basics

Birds cannot see glass. Birds see trees and shrubs reflected in the windows of our homes and fly towards them. Bird fatalities from window collisions occur frequently in residential areas. You Can Help Make Windows Safe for Birds You can help reduce, and in some cases eliminate, bird-window collisions at your home. The key is to provide birds with the visual cues they need to alert them to the presence of glass.

Fatal Light Awareness Program - Working to Educate & Engage People About The Safety of Migratory birds in the Urban Environment

CAT TAILS: Are used by many birds and Hummingbirds for nesting material.

Groundcovers that Attract Birds: Organic Gardening

A Groundcover for the Birds