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Learn some common methods to identify America's most common wild birds.

Start attracting some of the most common birds to your backyard feeders.

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Bird Habitat
 

Here are some fun facts about bird egg colors, incubation, and more.

If you have a small yard or even an apartment balcony or patio, you can create an inviting space for the birds in your neighborhood.

Consider choosing flowering plants, shrubs and trees native to your region to provide food and shelter for birds.

How to avoid hazards and maintain a stress-free habitat for your birds.

Help make birds feel welcome all year by providing water in winter months.

Make your yard more inviting to these wintering birds by providing the necessities: water, shelter and food.

Birds love moving water. Providing a safe, clean water source is a sure way to attract birds to your backyard.

Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about bird mating and nesting.

Attract nesting birds to your yard  and provide a place to raise their young by setting up a nesting box. Here are some tips.

Here's a fun do-it-yourself garden project for your birds: create a unique birdbath from old dishes and vases.

Discover the natural nesting materials in your own backyard.

Help birds “feather their nests” by identifying safe locations in your yard where they can find shelter, nesting materials and food.

It’s more important than ever to preserve or replace natural nesting sites with housing that we provide for them.

To increase the number and variety of birds visiting your feeders, remember that they require adequate shelter, cover, and nesting accomodations.

Wild birds are discriminating nesters. Learn more about their specific and very unique nesting habits.

Birds sleep in many different places, depending on the species, as well as the time of year.

Landscaping to attract our fine feathered friends is more than an art.

A birdbath, pond or sparkling water feature can provide refreshing water for drinking and cooling, especially during the hot, humid summer months.

Birds need water all year-long. Learn how to avoid bird bath freeze-up.

Each autumn nature serves a buffet of seeds, berries and nuts. Find out more about the plants, trees and shrubs that are great sources of food for our feathered friends.


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