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Habitat

  • Learn more about wildlife certification here.
    Habitat

    Certified Wildlife Habitats

    Here we continue the series of videos produced by the National Wildlife Federation to help you learn how to provide food, shelter and water for birds and wildlife.  You don’t have to view the videos in…

  • Learn more about getting your backyard wildlife certified.
    Habitat

    Become Wildlife Certified

    Are you interested in helping wildlife and the environment?  Does your yard provide food, shelter and water for birds and other creatures?  If it does, the National Wildlife Federation has a program where they will certify…

  • You can attract hummingbirds with flowers!
    Habitat Summer

    Attract Birds with Plants

    Feeding the birds is the most common way to attract beautiful birds into your yard.  Duncraft has thousands of bird feeding products to help you enjoy your birds! For all your bird feeding needs and wants,…

  • Habitat

    Welcome to Bird Feeding

    What’s more exciting for us birders than seeing a new bird at your feeder? The first time I saw Evening Grosbeaks appear at my feeder, and then come back with a fledgling a few days later—I couldn’t take…

  • Birds Habitat Summer

    The Bluebird Chronicles III

    If there’s one thing about Nature–she makes us wait. We wait for the first green of spring, the heat of summer, the briskness of fall and the white of winter.  We wait for the birds to…

  • Male Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis) on a thorny branch.
    Habitat

    The Bluebird Chronicles II

    If there’s one thing about Nature, it’s that she makes us wait. We wait for the first green of spring, the heat of summer, the briskness of fall and the white of winter.  We wait for…

  • Bluebird babies nestled together!
    Habitat

    The Bluebird Chronicles

    I recently posted an article on this blog about How to Attract and enjoy Bluebirds in your yard. I talked about how to put up nest boxes, about what foods to provide and also to have…

  • Habitat Nature

    What Bats Use Bat Houses?

    Bats are amazing animals–capable of pollinating plants, dispersing seeds and controlling insect-pest populations. Bats are the only major predator of nocturnally flying insects, and that includes mosquitoes! In fact, one insect-eating bat can consume 500 to…

  • Get your songbird sanctuary underway with flowers and water.
    Habitat

    6 Steps to Songbird Sanctuary

    from a brochure by the Wild Bird Feeding Industry This information is designed to assist birding enthusiasts in their efforts to attract a variety of birds to their property, as well as to serve as a…