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Oriole Tips

Posted by Linda Pittman on

  Many people can entice Orioles to settle in their yards, when they arrive in Spring. They are hungry when they get here. If you don't have feeders ready for them, after their long migration, they will continue on their way to better feeding grounds.  Read more...

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Suet Bird Feeders

Posted by Linda Pittman on

suet bird feeder The weather is getting colder all across the US. That means your birds are needing more energy to keep warm, especially if they stay in northern areas. It also means that suet feeders won't be turning rancid, as they might in the summer months. Suet is an excellent source of high energy food.  Continue reading for more.

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Bird Survival in Winter

Posted by Linda Pittman on

wren bird houseBirds have evolved to survive in winter.  They don't use just one strategy.  Read more.

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Repurpose Christmas Trees for Birds

Posted by Linda Pittman on


bird in pinesRepurpose Christmas Trees
I was waiting in traffic and saw a Christmas tree go by on the roof of a car. 
It crossed my mind that I wished I could decorate a tree for my birds, and have it last longer than a few weeks. Continuing in this pattern, I thought about getting a tree after Christmas, and staking it up next to my bird feeder. Continue for more ideas.

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Getting your suet feeders ready

Posted by Linda Pittman on


suet feederThe weather is getting colder all across the US. That means your birds are needing more energy to keep warm, especially if they stay in northern areas. Read more...

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