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Springtime is House-Hunting Season

Sunday, May 5, 2019 2:33 PM

Springtime is House-Hunting Season

For wild birds, shelter and habitat are top priorities in spring. A few well-placed bird houses can significantly increase your yard's attractiveness.

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Save the Birds...and your Windows!

Sunday, May 5, 2019 2:28 PM

Save the Birds...and your Windows!

Millions of birds are killed each year by flying into windows. You can help prevent these collisions with a simple window decal.

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Bird Feeding Best Practices

Sunday, May 5, 2019 2:27 PM

We believe it is important  bird feeding practices. On the top of the list is keeping the bird feeders clean. By doing this on a regular basis, about once a month, it is an easy task. Hoppers, fly-through feeders, nyjer and tube feeders should not need cleaning more than that and our Birds Choice feeders are designed to be easy to clean. Hummingbird and oriole feeders should be cleaned each time they are refilled. Cleaning bird feeders and birdbaths is a crucial practice in preventing the spread of disease between birds. Keep your bird bath/feeder brush separate from any that you use for your own kitchen use.

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February is National Bird Feeding Month

Sunday, May 5, 2019 2:25 PM

February is National Bird Feeding Month

On February 23, 1994, Congressman John Porter from Illinois proclaimed February as National Bird Feeding Month ...

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Bird Food 101

Sunday, May 5, 2019 2:22 PM

Bird Food 101

Just like people, birds have their own favorite foods. When buying seed or food for your wild birds, remember that not all seed mixes are created equal. Bird seed blends that contain a large amount of cracked corn or milo are to be avoided -- this stuff is just filler and the birds will ultimately just push it to the ground while searching for the tasty morsels. 

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