Your Garden: Let It Be
Jul 11, 2018

Your Garden: Let It Be

Did you know? All those bird-friendly plants in your yard and garden can keep on being a source of food long past their blooming prime. Flowers such as zinnias, coneflowers, salvias, poppies, and other summer garden staples retain tiny seeds in their flower heads that birds will find in the months following frost, or the end of the blooming season (if your area doesn't have frost). Even garden plants such as tomatoes, peas, squash, and corn will harbor insect life in their stems and under their brown, curly leaves.
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Top 10 Summer Backyard Enhancers for Your Birds
Jul 5, 2018

Top 10 Summer Backyard Enhancers for Your Birds

Looking ways to attract birds to your backyard this summer? Here are 10 suggestions for enhancing the bird-friendliness of your backyard. These tips will work no matter where you live in North America!
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A Hummingbird House?
Jun 27, 2018

A Hummingbird House?

Dear Birdsquatch: A dear friend of mine recently gave me a hummingbird house as a gift. Where should I place it to make sure the hummingbirds use it?