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Squirrel vs. Bird Feeder: Think Like a Kid

1/21/2014 // By Carla Brown

Playing the free Squirrel vs. Bird Feeder app can teach you a lot about yourself – and the kids in your life. Read more >

The Five Best Ways to Celebrate Love A Tree Day: May 16th

5/12/2011 // By Kevin Coyle

Yes there really is a Love a Tree Day, and National Wildlife Federation can help you celebrate! Love A Tree Day comes on May 16th, right in the middle of Garden for Wildlife Month, and wildlife gardeners everywhere know how […] Read more >

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A Beginner’s Guide to Backyard Bird Feeding

5/3/2011 // By Kevin Coyle

What kind of bird feeder should you get? Where should you put it? What seeds should you provide? Read more >

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Bird of the Week: Gray Jay

2/13/2011 // By Laura Tangley

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For Beginners: Four Can’t-Miss Ways to Attract Birds to Your Yard or Deck

1/22/2011 // By Kevin Coyle

Sometimes those who would like to attract birds to their home will ask if there are any special “tricks” to success other than putting out a bird feeder or bird bath. The quick answer is yes! Here are four proven ways […] Read more >

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Five Tips for Fun and Easy Backyard and Balcony Birding

1/16/2011 // By Kevin Coyle

People will sometimes put out a bird feeder and a bird bath and almost immediately see a variety of feathered friends arrive.  In time, many of these birds will seem familiar because of their color, size or distinctive shapes.  You […] Read more >

Ten Simple Tips for Successful Winter Bird Feeding

12/22/2010 // By Kevin Coyle

If your community gets consistently cold (below freezing) in the winter or has extended periods of snow and ice on the ground, you may be surprised to learn what a huge difference you can make by feeding wild birds right […] Read more >

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Bird Crafts for Grandkids

2/1/2010 // By Guest Author

Grandkids visiting? Children of all ages are fascinated by birds, and winter is a great time to watch them or create a “bird restaurant” in your backyard or on your balcony. Our friends at Grandparents.com shared these “bird crafts” to try […] Read more >