Which Foods are Best for Backyard Wildlife?
Interested in feeding your backyard wildlife? Make sure to be giving them foods that are animal grade and not processed.
How to Feed Birds with Less Mess
Birdseed brands can contain seeds that germinate under your feeder. Eliminate mess with no-waste bird seed mixes.
3 Ways to Show Birds Extra Love During National Bird Feeding Month
Make a difference for your feathered friends with these ideas to support wild bird feeding.
How Do Birds Find Feeders?
Wondering if a bird will ever find your new feeder? Learn how birds find feeders and what you can do to attract them to your backyard feeding spot.
Which Birds Love Safflower Seeds?
These small seeds are a hit with bird lovers because they deter bird bullies and attract a variety of colorful songbirds.
Your Guide to Feeding Birds in Small Urban Spaces
Check these tips for feeding and enjoying birds in your small space.
5 Things Every Bird Lover Should Know About Hull-less Sunflower Seeds
Try feeding your birds sunflower seeds without their shells - you'll have less mess and less waste.
Add Peanut Pieces to the Backyard Buffet and the Birds Will Go Nuts!
Nutritious peanut pieces will get the attention of jays, grosbeaks, chickadees, nuthatches, titmice, towhees, and more.
How to Feed Birds By Hand
Follow our steps and with time and patience, you might just coax birds to eat out of the palm of your hand.
Is It OK to Feed Bread to Birds?
Many people toss bread to birds, but some say it's unhealthy. Is this true?
Top Tips for Feeding the Flocks
Here’s a quick guide to attracting your favorite song birds with straight seeds.
Get Squirrels Away From Your Bird Feeders in 3 Steps
Here are a few tips to discourage squirrels at your bird feeders.
5 Tips to Attract Birds in a Small, Urban Space
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.
How to Choose the Right Feeder for Your Yard
Why are there so many kinds of feeders? And does it matter which one you choose?
5 Fascinating Facts About Nyjer Seed
Learn about this favorite seed of finches and other small birds.
What Does it Mean When Bird Food says "No Waste"?
No-waste means 100% edible blends for the birds, no mess under the feeder and a better value for birders.
How to Set Up Your New Bird Feeder
Find out what to consider when selecting the perfect spot for your new backyard bird feeder.
Try a Window Feeder for Up-Close Birdwatching
Window feeders provide an optimal, up-close birdwatching experience from the comfort of your home.
Attract More Birds to Your Feeder
It can take time for birds to become accustomed to a new feeder. Here are some tips to help them make the transition.
Keep the Squirrels Away from Feeders With Safflower Seed
Learn about the benefits that Golden Safflower seed offers to backyard birders and birders alike.
The Top Ten Reasons Everyone is Singing About Fine Tunes
Song birds and bird enthusiasts just can't get enough of Lyric Fine Tunes No Waste wild bird food mix.
Beyond Birdseed: Expand Your Bird Feeding Options
Supplement your bird seed offerings with nutritious treats such as fruit, nuts, and suet during fall and winter.
The Early Feeder Gets the Birds
Here's why early morning is a great time to fill your wild bird feeders.
This Safflower is Golden
Golden safflower provides the dual benefit of high nutrition for birds and a taste that deters squirrels.
How to Save Money on Wild Bird Food
Here are 10 money-saving tips for getting the most from your bird food purchases.
Sunflower Seed: The Shining Star of Wild Bird Food
Providing the right kind of sunflower seed is key to attracting the greatest variety of birds to your backyard feeder.
Keeping Squirrels Out of the Feeder
For a solution that works, we need to study the skills of our favorite backyard buffoons.
Clean Feeder, Healthy Birds
Neglecting to clean your feeders puts our feathered friends at risk of contracting life-threatening diseases.
The Best Feeders Are Where the Birds Are
How do you decide the best spot to place a bird feeder? Find out here.