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…
If you’re having issues with squirrels gobbling up your bird seed, one of the best investments you can make is buying a squirrel-proof bird feeder.
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.
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!
There are a ton of Wisconsin birds you can attract to feeders. Here’s a guide on how to attract 30+ different species to your yard!
I found the best Baltimore Oriole feeder you can find at a cheap price point. The Birds Choice Oriole Flower-Shaped Feeder!
The numbers are tragic and staggering. Between 100 million to 1 billion birds in the United States die each year from flying into windows.
Looking for a handful of quick Blue Jay facts? I wanted to put together a short post together for one of my favorite birds at my feeders.