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

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Many birds will visit feeders during the warmer months, even as plants and insects emerge.

Here's how you can enjoy an up-close look without disturbing nesting birds.

Participation in this worldwide event held each February is easy. Don't miss it!

Here are four fascinating bird-centered books to deepen your appreciation for your backyard visitors.

Here's a great gift that's easy to make for the bird lovers on your list.

String lights aren't the only way to decorate your outdoor trees! These easy DIY bird seed ornaments look great and will feed a variety of bird species.

Here's how you can help bird researchers understand where songbirds live in the winter and how many there are.

Here are some tips to help you snap beautiful pictures of your feathered friends.

Check out these folding pocket guides to help you ID backyard birds from the experts at Cornell Lab.

Here's a sneak preview of the new adult coloring book from the Cornell Lab Publishing Group, America's Favorite Birds: 40 Beautiful Birds to Color. Download and print coloring pages from the books featuring three of our favorite seed-eating birds.

It can take time for birds to become accustomed to a new feeder. Here are some tips to help them make the transistion.

Birds add music and color to our lives, but as urban areas are expanding, suitable habitats for birds are dwindling. By creating bird gardens, we provide oases for birds. Find out how to make your yard more attractive to birds.

Join forces with wild bird lovers across North America this winter counting birds at their feeders for Project FeederWatch.

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean it’s time to pack in the binoculars and board up the birdhouse.

Create a backyard oasis for wild birds, while providing three basic survival needs.

Serve up a tasty platter of their favorite seed or suet, and the birds you love will flock to your yard!

Feeding wildlife may make us feel generous, but there are a few do's and don'ts. Get the complete list here.

How many tricks have you tried? For a solution that really works, we need to study the skills (and acrobats) of our favorite backyard baffoons.

Learn simple steps to creating a safe and healthful habitat for all of your backyard visitors.

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