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  • Most Popular Posts

    Why Birds Fly into Windows

    Why is this cardinal flying into my window, car mirror or car bumper? Spring is here and once again, Duncraft is receiving lots of calls about a strange, but very common phenomenon–cardinals repeatedly flying into windows,…

  • Birds Habitat

    Do Birds Mate for Life?

    We’re all familiar with the age-old tale of “the birds and the bees” – yet even though birds are included in this childhood allegory, they’re not exactly among the best exemplars of what we might deem…

  • Bird Watching Birds

    The Woodthrush and Its Song

    Listen for the beautiful Wood Thrush at dawn and at dusk. Chances are you’ll be able to recognize its song before you ever see the bird, even if they are fairly common in their range. Wood…

  • Learn more about the elusive Veery.
    Bird Watching

    The Elusive Veery

    You may not know what a Veery is, or have any idea of what they look like, but if you live in the northern U.S., chances are that you’ve heard their mysterious and lovely song echoing…

  • Encourage cardinals to nest nearby with a nesting shelf!
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    Nesting Shelves for Cardinals

    As wild birds’ habitat dwindles and becomes fragmented, more and more people are trying to provide a backyard oasis for them. Besides food and water, many people also have at least one, if not several bird…

  • Learn more about feeding fruit and nuts to your birds.
    Bird Feeding

    Feeding Fruit and Nuts

    In summer birds use most of their energy foraging for food and nesting. Food is plentiful and birds have a wide variety of fruits, berries, seeds, insects and nuts to choose from as well as the…