I thought it would be nice to put together a blog post highlighting some of the most common mistakes I notice people making when they start off with the hobby.
Shopping for Target bird seed can be a convenient and cost-effective way to attract more wild birds to your backyard. But is it the right choice for you?
Here’s a comprehensive guide to attracting common Minnesota birds like cardinals, blue jays, chickadees, sparrows, goldfinches and more to your bird feeders.
Much like you should read labels of foods you’re eating from the grocery store, it’s well worth scanning the bird seed you’re buying to avoid red milo.
Are you looking for a bird seed with minimal mess? You might be interested in giving Meadow Ridge Farms No Grow Bird Seed a spin.
In this Bird Bites blog post, I’m going to lay out a few simple tips on how to feed the birds at your home while you’re away on vacation.
Did you know that with a little spice, you can slow down squirrels from eating your bird seed? Enter Mr. Bird Flaming Hot Bird seed.
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.
Bird feeding doesn’t have to be complicated. You can get several regular guests in just a couple of steps and less than $15!
I wanted to make a quick and easy article for how you can start bird feeding in the least amount of time for your bird feeding hobby.