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Couronne Co 15" Glass Bird Feeder w/ Weather Baffle Dome (M380 200)

With its myriad of functional features, our 15” Glass Bird Feeder with Weather Baffle Dome amps the enjoyment of backyard birding for you and your feathered .

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  • Birdlife: Seed-eating ovenbird braves cold and snow

    01/14/17 ,via Knoxville News Sentinel

    It feeds on tiny, round millet seeds that fall to the ground from the seed mix in bird feeders in both the front and backyards. “We've been delighted to have the little thing Ovenbirds are warblers named for their dome-shaped, oven-like nests built

  • Summer bird-feeding tips: Keep seeds away from squirrels

    07/15/16 ,via

    Either get to know the types of birds visiting your feeder and research the feed they prefer, or buy feed from a reputable company who has already done that work for you. Cole's offers select natural seed choices developed and based on factual research

  • Snow comes to Skagit County

    02/07/17 ,via

    The National Weather Service reported 7 inches of snow at Lake Cavanaugh as of 7 a.m. Monday, but wasn't reporting data from its other sites throughout the county. The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, a volunteer network of 

  • Last Week's Rare Bird Alert

    02/11/17 ,via The Union Leader

    A varied thrush was discovered in Swanzey on Dec. 12 and has been seen many times since then. It was last reported on Jan. 31. The bird has been seen visiting a birdfeeder on the side of a house at 117 Westport Village Road and has been visible from

  • Tips to keep your hummingbird feeder from freezing

    12/25/16 ,via The Daily Herald

    Birdwatchers are protective of their backyard birds. We invest in plants so a variety of species can find food and shelter. We hang feeders to supplement their diet and bring them close enough to observe their behaviors. Now that Anna's hummingbirds


  • The Joy of Birding

    Skyhorse Publishing Inc.. 2017. ISBN: 9781616081225,1616081228. 240 pages.

    Presents an introduction to bird watching, providing details about the twenty-five most common backyard birds and describing how to provide feeders and water, create special blends of bird food, set up nesting sites, and make the yard bird-safe.

  • The Michigan Natural Resources Magazine

  • The FeederWatcher's Guide to Bird Feeding

    Harper Collins. 2000. ISBN: 9780062737441,0062737449. 136 pages.

    Learn from FeederWatcher Experts How to Feed and Attract Birds Join Margaret Barker on a fascinating tour of FeederWatcher's backyards and bird feeders. Margaret captures the joy in the FeederWatcher's words as they explain how to attract the finches you've seen down the road, how to discourage the flock of Starlings you'd really rather went elsewhere, and how to live peacefully with squirrels and raccoons. You'll discover which birds you can attract and which ones will return year after...

  • Guide to Backyard Birds

    Barron's Educational Series. 2017. ISBN: 0764126873,9780764126871. 198 pages.

    This entertaining and informative book is a primer for bird watchers&--both those who trek the countryside armed with binoculars and camera, as well as those less nimble nature lovers who merely keep a bird feeder near their kitchen window. Supplemented with color photos and illustrations, this book gives pointers on how to identify birds by plumage and shape, how to select appropriate binoculars and spotting scopes, the best times of day to watch for birds, and how to recognize and interpret...

  • Michigan Natural Resources Magazine