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How to Attract Birds to Your Yard

How to Attract Birds to Your Yard

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In order to attract birds to your yard, you need to understand their basic needs. Attracting birds to your yard is simple. You will not only enhance your habitat, but you will be amazed at how many birds that you will see year ’round.     There are three basic things that birds need to…

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Easy Hummingbird Nectar Recipe

Use our Easy Hummingbird Nectar Recipe and you’ll feel confident that you are giving your birds the best, and saving money, too! There is nothing easier! Resist the urge to buy pre-made nectar, especially the red and or “flavored” kind that will have preservatives and artificial coloring in them.  Do not add food coloring to…

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Entice Eastern Bluebirds with Mealworms

Learn how to attract Eastern Bluebirds to your yard.

I have an early morning ritual most days in spring and summer. Pour a cup of “joe” (quick sip) and head out to pick up the morning paper. On my way out of the garage, I grab the cup of meal worms. I pucker up and perform my weak imitation of an Eastern Bluebird’s sweet…

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What to do when your hummingbirds leave…

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Hummers leaving? Yes, we’ll miss them too, but here’s a great thought – use your Window Glass Hanger for a peanut feeder! If you’ve been in the shop this summer, you will have seen our active hummingbird feeder hanging on our back picture window by a two-suction-cup hanger, called the Window Glass Hanger. We have…

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How We Select Bird Feeders at The Audubon Shop

When you visit us to buy a bird feeder we want you to know that a lot of thought has gone into how we select bird feeders at The Audubon Shop. Whether you’re brand new to bird feeding or a seasoned bird watcher, we care about your success in attracting birds to your yard. The…

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How to Attract Eastern Bluebirds to Your Yard

Learn how to attract Eastern Bluebirds to your yard.

In terms of beauty and tameness, the Eastern Bluebird (Sialis sialis) has few rivals. During the first three quarters of the last century, their numbers greatly declined, due to the loss of open-field habitat and the ill-advised introduction of the House Sparrow (1851) and the European Starling (1890), both formidable nest competitors. Today, because of…

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