Bluebird Eggs

July 21, 2014

Look at the shade of those beautiful bluebird eggs! This photo comes to us from Gathan Graham in Norman, OK. Email us your bird photos at info@duncraft.com and they may be featured on our blog. Gathan just sent us a picture of the hatchlings. Aren’t they adorable?! We agree. If you’re looking for nesting material, check out our […]

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We were delighted when one of our customers sent us pictures! Here’s their story: I thought you might like to see how our one year old cardinal, “Chip” is enjoying his squirrel buster mini. I’m not quick enough to catch the birds perching in the cherry tree… Yet! –Jeanne, Gainesville, GA The Squirrel Buster Mini is one of our squirrel-proof […]

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Window Decals: Do They Really Work?

This is a letter we received from one of our customers who just couldn’t hold in their good news… Hi! I just wanted to drop a note about the window decals. They work beautifully! I haven’t had ONE bird hit the window since I purchased the little hummingbird ones a few weeks ago. (knock on wood) I […]

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Rare Bird Sighting in Long Island

Please help me identify this bird – it was feeding at my Thistle Seed feeder, even upside down. Also, fed at the Sunflower seed feeder, too. The location is Long Island, New York. –Charles Goodman, a.k.a. Professor G Our team of birding experts jumped on the chance to help Professor G identify this bird. What can we say? […]

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The Benefits of Recycled Plastic

You may think this is real wood. We understand why. The wood grain design we use on our 100% recycled plastic looks like lumber, but it’s not. We re-use plastic to keep it out of landfills, which works out nicely because the recycled lumber we use is: Sanitary Easy to clean Waterproof Recyclable Resistant to […]

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Bluebirds Eating (Video)

Watch our beautiful Eastern bluebird eat out of our Bug A View feeder. Need mealworms? Buy roasted to save yourself the mess. See what our customers had to say.

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Stop Fighting! Curb Hummingbird Aggression

The hummingbirds are back! And now they’re fighting. Females and males are naturally aggressive and often defend their territory. You know they’re on guard when they’re hovering above an intruder, making sharp, fast-paced chirps, meant as a warning. Prepare yourself for a season of beauty and birding enjoyment and tame their aggressive tendencies with these tips: Leave space between […]

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3 Magical Facts About Hummingbirds

El zunzun like nectar just as much as joyas voladoras and chupaflor. The hummer, flying jewels, and flower-sucker, respectively, are all nicknames for hummingbirds. They are a gem in the bird world, not just because of their classic ruby-colored throat and magnificent colors, but because they are so unique. Here are three magical facts about […]

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Just Bear-ly Out of Hibernation

Early spring until end of summer is bear season in New England. Now that they’re out of hibernation, they’re hungry. So, how do you attract birds, instead of bears, to your yard? Give them food, water, and shelter. Once birds know any of these elements are available in our yards, it’s what brings them back again. […]

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Top 5 Gifts for Dad

Father’s Day is less than a month away. But what do you get the man who has everything? Something that won’t take up more space in his house. Something that brings him happiness. Here at Duncraft, we’ve come up with the Top 5 Gifts for Dad, so you don’t have to worry about what to […]

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