I wanted to make two main points in this TV segment. First, that feeding the birds is approachable and fun for people of all ages. Second, there are also a ton of mental health benefits to birdwatching.
From providing helpful food sources to creating warm places to roost, there are plenty of things you can do to help birds this winter.
A classic mental image associated with bird feeding is someone sitting at a park bench and tossing birds bread. But is this a good idea?
Looking for the best bird seeds on Amazon? I wanted to put a post together of the best bird seeds your money can buy on the site.
Feeding the birds can quickly add up if you’re filing multiple feeders at once. Here are several tips to save money while bird feeding!
Squirrels are smart, relentless and crafty when it comes to finding ways to gobble up your bird seed. Here are three easy tips to stop them in their tracks!
Here are five unique and affordable stocking stuffers sure to delight the bird feeding enthusiast on your list.
Late fall bird feeding is great because birds are starting to build up energy for the winter. They rely most-heavily on feeders when natural food dies off and becomes more sparse.
The end of summer is usually a bummer time for me, but the emergence of fall does bring a reliable and fun visitor to my bird feeders, Dark-Eyed Juncos.
I have great news: So long as you live in their range, it’s easy to draw Blue Jays to your bird feeders! All you need is some of their favorite food…