Browsing Tag

robins

  • Attract waxwings this winter!

    Feed Fruit and Berries

    Many birds, such as catbirds, mockingbirds and robins, eat fruit and berries all summer long, while most other birds have a diet of insects and seeds. But strangely, lots of seed and insect eaters as well, start…

  • A Clear and Present Danger

    Birds are amazing creatures. They can navigate thousand mile migrations, build intricate nests, and fill our treetops with heart lifting song. There’s one problem, though—birds just don’t understand windows. Glass is simply invisible to birds, and…

  • Learn more about the fascinating American Robin.

    Robins in Winter

    If you live in the northern half of the U.S. it may take you by surprise to suddenly see a tree-full of robins in the midst of a frigid winter. The bird we associate with spring…

  • Attract bluebirds with the Duncraft Eastern Bluebird House!

    Birdhouses in March

    March is here and already some of our winter birds are staking out territories and looking for mates. Soon, our migrant birds will be returning from their wintering grounds and getting ready for the hectic nesting…

  • The American Robin

    The American Robin

    The Great Backyard Bird Count of 2010, conducted each year by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, named the American Robin the top most-counted bird in the country. Easy to identify, the American Robin was named after…