Attracting Birds - Types of Wild Bird Feeders
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Droll Yankees Makes More Space for Songbirds and Simplifies Bird ...03/22/17 ,via Benzinga
The Tidy Perch & Bird Feeder Stand from Droll Yankees attracts more birds by expanding the perching space on bird feeders. The 9.2 inch-diameter
Feeders provide window to wildlife03/23/17 ,via Thousand Oaks Acorn
FOR THE BIRDS—While feeders seem like a nice way to watch small birds as they eat, bigger birds and other critters also appreciate a free meal and may crowd out the sparrows and finches the feeder was meant for. It's really something to watch an
Here's how you can be responsible in NH bear country, starting with your birdfeeders!03/23/17 ,via NH1 News
Reports of bear activity and sightings have become more frequent in recent days and many people are reporting seeing bears at their birdfeeders, according to Timmins. “By taking action now, you can prevent attracting a bear to your home. Do not wait
How to pick the right bird feeder and how to keep it stocked | News ...02/24/17 ,via News & Observer
A pair of American Goldfinches (Cardualis tristis) hang upside-down as they feed on thistle seeds from a bird feeder. The feeder is designed to encourage other
The Seedy Habits of Bird Feeders - - The Adirondack Almanack03/04/17 ,via Adirondack Almanack (press release) (blog)
In seedy neighborhoods across the U.S., ordinary people are shelling out hard-earned cash to feed a habit of near-epidemic proportions.
The Bird Feeder BookLark Books. 1995. ISBN: 0806902965,9780806902968. 144 pages.
“Delightful color gallery of bird structures that are truly works of art!”—Country Decorating Ideas. “Complete plans and detailed instructions for building fascinating bird feeders, birdhouses and bird baths [that] range from the practical to the outrageous. In addition, there is advice on feeding, mounting, siting...and preventing predators.”—Women’s Circle.
Bears in the Bird FeedersDundurn. 2013. ISBN: 9781459701953,145970195X. 232 pages.
As well as fun and relaxation, cottage living throughout the seasons is a reminder that all of us, even the most urbanized individual, are part of the natural world. Listen carefully and you will hear cottage country whispering lessons that can make our lives less frenetic, less complicated. The mournful call of the loon, the wind sighing in the trees, the hammering of the pileated woodpecker remind us that we are a part of a more natural world too often lost in our urban societies....