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Bird Watching

Hawkwatch

The best time to see hawks, harriers, eagles, and their kin is during the fall migration. We've chosen some of the top hawkwatch sites in North America. read more

Bird Watching

Spring Migration

All across North America, one of the sure signs that spring is on the way is the return of the migratory birds. read more

Bird Watching

Garden Birds

Regardless of where you live or the size of your property, you can invite wild birds to your backyard. read more

Bird Watching

Attracting Birds: Introduction

Imagine the sight of brilliant yellow finches, red cardinals, azure blue jays and orange orioles fluttering here and there in your backyard. read more

Bird Watching

Attracting Birds: Food

There are many kinds of bird foods, but the best foods for wild birds are the kinds that grow on the natural cover or the vegetation in a backyard bird habitat. read more

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Attracting Birds: Water

Because many birds do not eat seeds, suet or sugar water, there is another way to draw them in from the natural cover for close-up viewing. read more

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Attracting Birds: Cover

Cover is, perhaps, the most important ingredient for a successful backyard bird habitat. read more

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Feeders & Houses: Introduction

When properly selected and placed, bird feeders and houses can greatly expand the number and types of birds that will visit your backyard. read more

Bird Watching

Feeders & Houses: Feeders

In order to maximize the numbers and kinds of birds that are attracted to your backyard, it is a best to place feeders in all the feeding niches. read more

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Feeders & Houses: Houses

There are about thirty different species of birds in each region of the country that will use birdhouses to build nests, lay eggs, and raise young. read more

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