It’s all fine and dandy buying your bird feeder, filling it withseeds and just waiting for the birds to arrive. What happens if they don’t? And what happens if they do come but you are actually doing them more harm than good?
Here are 8 easy tips to enhance your bird watching experience, enjoy more of their company, attract many more kinds of species while keeping the wildlife around you safe and sound.
Here are 9 tips on how to place your hummingbird feeders most effectively so that you can give the birds a good meal and not attract insects! Once the little hummers notice your feeders, they will make them their home, and you will have a garden filled with curious, charming, shimmering creatures!
No bigger than a golf ball and no heavier a teaspoon of sugar, sweet Anna’s Hummingbird will make a striking impression anywhere they fly. And what a flight. Soaring high up in the sky, then nose-diving down at 60 MPH, all the while showing off their iridescent forest-green feathers and shimmering rose-pink throats. They are essentially flying gemstones.
You’re not alone. Birding has become one of the most popular hobbies in North America, second only to gardening. 57 million households have taken up bird-feeding as a hobby. In fact,February has been namedNational Bird-Feeding Month by congressional decree.
And by this decree, ladies and gents, we shall show you how to attract the little chirpers to your backyard. Whether in an apartment or condo or a house with a backyard, we’ll show you step by step how enter to the world of bird feeding.