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Attract Birds

  • Learn about Painted Buntings!

    About Painted Buntings

    Painted Buntings have amazing colors–like a rainbow or a brightly colored crayon drawing of a bird. Believe it or not, Painted Buntings make their home right here in the U.S.! They can be found throughout Texas,…

  • Learn more about the Indigo Bunting!

    About Indigo Buntings

    We’ve recently been asked how you can attract Indigo Buntings to your yard. Our Facebook fan Valorie asked the following question, since Indigo Buntings are new to her backyard: We’ve had 3 of these beauties in…

  • Flickers are unusual woodpeckers, learn more about them!

    Attract Flickers

    Unlike other woodpeckers, Northern Flickers forage for food on the ground. Learn more here.…

  • Learn more about the cute chickadee!

    Attract Chickadees

    Chickadees are cute, agile and friendly; however, the next time you hear a familiar “chick a dee dee dee,” listen closely because a chickadee’s call can tell you a lot. Biologists have discovered the more “dees” there…

  • Attract bluebirds!

    Attract Bluebirds

    Do bluebirds really bring happiness? If that’s true, here are some tips to bring more happiness to your backyard. By now we hope you’ve chosen and installed your new bluebird nest box. If you already have bluebirds, implementing one…

  • Attract butterflies!

    Attract Butterflies

    “Happiness is as a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but which if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.” – Nathaniel Hawthorne When you think of the saying, “One man’s…

  • Start attracting hummingbirds!

    Attracting Hummingbirds

    Whether you’re attracting hummingbirds for the first time or just need a refresher, here’s a quick guide on how to attract hummers to your yard. When you’re attracting a new bird species to your yard, remember it…

  • 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,…

  • Attract more birds, like robins, with water.

    Attract More Birds with Water

    Water. Covering more than 70 percent of Earth’s surface, it’s one of the most abundant and most important substances on the planet. Yet when it comes to backyard birds, it’s not always thought of as high…