Browsing Tag

migration

  • 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…

  • Learn more about when orioles migrate and what they do to prepare.

    About Migrating Orioles

    In this article, we’re going to learn about when orioles migrate and how we can help. When do orioles migrate? How can I help orioles prepare for fall migration? When will orioles arrive in the spring?…

  • Attract orioles with oranges and shop fruit feeders today at duncraft.com.

    7 Summer Bird Feeding Tips

    Summer is a great time to discover new foods that attract more birds to your yard.  The arrival of warm weather means, for most of us, that the hummingbirds have arrived and a variety of colorful,…

  • Shop birdhouses and roosting pockets at Duncraft.com.

    Roosting Pockets Help Birds

    How do birds keep warm when it’s windy, rainy, cold or snowy? Birds use a lot of energy to keep warm under difficult conditions during the day and night. During the day, birds can constantly forage…

  • Learn more about the Warning Web and your birds.

    Spider Web Window Decals

    Spiders are efficient creatures Spiders willingly repair their web when a bird or other animal ends up entrapped. Sometimes spiders will cut loose the animal and focus on re-weaving the severed strands. However, they prefer not to…

  • Shop Duncraft.com to attract birds to your backyard.

    Fall Migrating Warblers

    Warblers seem to play hide-and-seek. Warblers are elusive little birds that are often unnoticed by the average birdwatcher. And they can be difficult to identify because they move so fast, flitting among the underbrush in dense woods.…

  • Birds migrating toward the end of summer.

    Fall Migration

    It’s hard to believe summer is almost over! Already birds have been preparing for fall migration, when thousands of birds take to the air for their epic journeys to Mexico, Central and South America. For weeks…

  • What you need to know about feeding the birds at the end of summer.

    Feeding Birds at Summer’s End

    This article was contributed by Nancy Schofield. Nancy is a wild bird specialist, who attracts the birds at home and helps our customers attract birds by answering their questions and concerns when they come into the store. She has…

  • Bluebirds are a sign of spring!

    Bluebirds — A Sign of Spring

    You may not be thinking about spring right now, but the bluebirds are! They have already started on their northern migration, and they’re looking around for prime real estate. Eastern Bluebirds normally start scouting out their nesting…