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winter feeding

  • Feed more birds with our Grandview Feeding Station.
    Press Releases

    National Bird Feeding Month

    Offer Birds Fresh Water in a Heated Bath for Drinking and Preening to Keep Their Feathers Clean and Support Birds’ Fast Metabolisms with High-Energy Seed and Suet in Cold Weather Concord, NH — 02/24/2016 –National Bird…

  • Bird Watching Birds Categories Habitat

    My Wildlife Garden

    Observing the activity of wildlife in my garden has become a favorite pastime of mine and provides constant pleasure and entertainment regardless of the season. Writing about it inspires special memories! On Mother’s Day last May…

  • Tips to get ready for winter and care for your birds.
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    Get Ready for Winter

    The falling leaves remind us northerners that it’s time to start getting ready for winter bird feeding! Here’s a little checklist to help you prepare for a magical fall and winter of backyard bird watching. Make…

  • Squirrel Proof Window Selective Bird Feeder #4241
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    Squirrel-Proof Window Feeder

    Window feeders are a great way to bring birds up close for amazingly detailed views. But one problem with window feeders is they’re a squirrel magnet. Squirrels on window feeders make great entertainment for indoor cats,…

  • Learn a few quick facts about birds!
    Quick Facts

    5 Common Bird Feeding Myths

    There are many untruths associated with birds and bird feeding and they can be extremely persistent, regardless of the actual facts. Being a wild bird feeding business, Duncraft hears them all! One amazing myth that persists…

  • Bird Feeding Birds

    Offer Birds Insect Snacks

    All summer, both insect and seed-eating birds eat enormous amounts of insects for the high level of protein they provide.  Some birds such as grosbeaks, tanagers and many warblers eat caterpillars and insects at the top…

  • 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…

  • Protect seed with a baffle during the winter.
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    Protect Seed in Winter

    Snow, sleet and freezing temperatures can really take the fun out of feeding the birds — especially when the feeders are covered in snow and moisture has gotten in, making a frozen mess of your bird…

  • Discover different ways to feed suet.
    Bird Feeding

    Ways to Feed Suet in Winter

    Suet is probably the most important food you can offer your birds in winter. As we all know by now, birds need quality, high-calorie food all year long. In summer when food is abundant, birds also…

  • Learn how to prepare your yard for winter.
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    Prepare Your Yard for Winter

    On cold and blustery winter days, it’s sometimes hard to believe that birds can survive out there in the elements. Feeding seeds, suet and providing ice-free water for them helps a lot. But birds usually take…