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Bird Friendly Yard

To attract wild birds to your yard, you’ll want to offer plenty of places for them to eat and rest. Creating a permanent habitat will bring them back year after year, so here’s how you can transform your yard into a safe and appealing wild bird retreat. 

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Bird Migration

Look up at the sky in the fall, and you’re certain to see groups of birds flying overhead. Did you know that bird migration actually takes place in both spring and fall, day and night, and that you can help migrating birds by doing a few things at home? 

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Suet Cakes

Long ago, before commercial bird seed was available, it was common for people to put out fat for wild birds to eat. Today, suet continues to be one of the most popular foods for wild birds. Here are five reasons why suet cakes remain a feathered friend favorite today. 

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Special Treats

Treat the birds! That’s what we always say. Those little guys don’t have it easy and anything we can do to help goes a long way – from food and shelter to fresh water. But why stop there? Why not give them something to really chirp about? After all, according to our friends at FeederWatch, well-fed birds sing more often.

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Bird Seed Preferences

Setting up a bird feeder is a great way to attract birds to your yard, but how do you choose the right type of bird food? To begin, find out which birds frequent feeders in your area by visiting Project FeederWatch, a crowd-sourced database of the “top 25” common feeder birds by state. Next, decide which birds you would like to attract and learn their favorite foods. 

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Bird Feeder

Have you ever wondered why there are so many different types of bird feeders? You’re not alone. Finding the right feeder doesn’t have to be overwhelming or expensive. 

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