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Fall Planting for Birds

Posted by Linda Pittman on

fall berries  You enjoy looking at flowers all year, so choose some fall bloomers that will bring in birds for you to enjoy as well.

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Goldfinches

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finch feeder  A group of Goldfinches is called a charm. The American goldfinch completes 2 full molts a year, and are one of the latest birds to breed, normally late June or early July. You can encourage them to nest in your yard... Read more...

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Attracting Hummingbirds

Posted by Linda Pittman on

  Hummingbirds are amazing little birds to have around, one of the best loved birds for their attractiveness and interesting habits.  You may feel they are hard to attract, but read more for helpful birding tips.

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Hanging Bird Feeders

Posted by Linda Pittman on

  Hang your bird feeders so you get maximum viewing enjoyment. When you first hang the feeders, they probably won't start out right up close.  Read more to learn how to work with your birds.

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Summer planting for birds

Posted by Linda Pittman on

If you enjoy feeding birds, try planting flowers that both you and your birds will enjoy. There are many to choose from, but they are in two types: nectar rich flowers or flowers that make seeds. Read more..

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