I couldn’t help but impulse buy this 30 Watt to-go coffee cup bird feeder a couple months ago. Why? Because if you know me, you know that I love birds and several cups of coffee each day.
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.
I’m excited to start blogging my weekly bird feeder counts and observations from Minnetonka, Minnesota. I live in a suburban area, but thankfully have a lot of trees and spaces for wildlife near my balcony.
I want to be honest, it’s been tough for me to write here lately. I’ve prided myself on writing fun and educational content to attract more readers to this website. However, I feel I’ve been going through the motions and haven’t been excited about it. That, and viewership to this blog has tanked over the last month.
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.
The numbers are tragic and staggering. Between 100 million to 1 billion birds in the United States die each year from flying into windows.
There are a ton of Wisconsin birds you can attract to feeders. Here’s a guide on how to attract 33 different species to your yard!
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?
If you search “Amazon Baltimore Oriole Feeders” there’s an overwhelming amount of options presented to you. That’s why I compiled this reference list!
Here’s a comprehensive guide to attracting common Minnesota birds like cardinals, blue jays, chickadees, sparrows, goldfinches and more to your bird feeders.