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    Royal Wing TotalCare Premium Bird Seed - New! - Exclusively at Tractor Supply Co.

    Royal Wing® Total Care™

    Royal Wing® Total Care™ is a specially designed premium line of wild bird products to attract, feed and care for the most desirable wild birds. Add these products to your outdoor wild bird habitat and enjoy the results.

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    Birds need water to drink and to keep their feathers clean for flying.

    Attract Many More Birds with Fresh Water

    Providing water to attract birds to your yard is as important — perhaps more important — than feeding them. Birds need water to drink and to keep their feathers clean for flying. There are many ways to provide water to birds, but these are the most common: birdbaths, misters, drippers, and ponds or fountains. Here's how to incorporate water sources for birds into your landscape while keeping the birds and your family safe.

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    Make sure your yard is inviting to wild birds.

    Backyard Bird Watching

    Tips on Creating a Bird Habitat

    Attracting backyard birds takes more than just birdhouses. Wild birds look for places to feed and nest, and creating a habitat for wild birds will make them feel comfortable coming back year after year. One of the best ways to attract wild birds to your yard is to make sure your yard is inviting to wild birds.

    • Ask yourself what type of bird habitat you already have.
    • Add diversity of in the form of flowering and fruiting plants birds like

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    Squirrels are great jumpers, so try to put at least 10 ft. of air between your bird feeder and other structures.

    Solutions for Common Bird Problems

    It's very rewarding to see birds flocking to the flowers and trees you have carefully planted in your garden, or daintily dipping into the birdbath you just bought. But every now and then, despite your best efforts, you may run into some challenges in your quest to lure birds to your yard. Fortunately, most problems have fairly easy solutions.

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    How to Choose a Bird Feeder

    There are many different styles of bird feeders available and when deciding on what type to buy it's best to determine what kinds of birds you want to attract, and where your feeder will be located. To draw the greatest variety of birds it's best to provide several different types of feeders and use a seed that compliments them. Here are some different styles of feeders, and the types of bird seed that work best with each.

     

    How to Select Bird Seed

    Setting up a bird feeder is a great way to attract birds to your yard, but there are many types of birdseed to choose from. Understanding the differences can help you offer the most desirable meal to your local birds, and help attract different species to your backyard. One mistake commonly made is choosing birdseed based on the birds you want to attract. Instead, start by selecting a seed for the birds already in and around your yard. Birds are social creatures and will investigate their area for feeding activities, which will in turn draw more birds of different species to your yard.