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backyard birds

  • Provide food, water and shelter for your backyard birds this winter, browse duncraft.com

    Provide Food, Water and Shelter

    Provide Birds with Food, Water and Shelter This Winter and You’ll Likely See Baby Birds in Your Yard This Spring It’s January and the temperatures are dropping. Ponds and lakes have frozen over and there are barely…

  • 3 Ways to Help Migrating Birds

    Orioles and other birds have started to migrate Many birds migrate thousands of miles south for the cold winter months and within a matter of weeks, reach their destination. For example, Baltimore Orioles migrate as close…

  • Shop our bestselling Brome Squirrel Buster Plus at https://www.duncraft.com/Squirrel-Buster-Plus

    Top 5 Squirrel-Proof Feeders

    Why choose a squirrel-proof feeder? The goal of a squirrel-proof bird feeder is to keep squirrels out of your bird seed. That’s why most “squirrel-proof” feeders have either wire caging or a weight-sensitive perch that drops…

  • Shop our Aquanura Solar Birdbath Insert at https://www.duncraft.com/Aquanura-Solar-Birdbath-Insert

    Mother’s Day Gifts

          Shop Our Top 10 Gifts for Mom Your mom deserves the best. In honor and celebration of Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 12, we’ve gathered our Top 10 bestselling bird feeding items in…

  • Read one person's story about cowbirds in their yard.

    What We Learned

    Last spring I received an interesting email from one of our customers, accompanied by a photograph.  The photo showed a Dark-eyed Junco feeding what appeared to be a rather large baby while perched in a shrub. Our…

  • Learn more about charming chickadees here.

    Charming Chickadees

    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 that the more “dees” there were in a Black-capped Chickadee’s…

  • Enjoy sparrows in your backyard.

    Identify a Bird in 10 Steps

      Most backyard birds are easy to identify once you know what to look for. And having a field guide with you helps. But first, observe everything you can about the bird when you see it…