Birding requires time, patience and a good set of binoculars. Quality binoculars put you in the heart of the action, letting you see each bird’s tiny details up close and personal. There are many good binocular sets on the market. This makes it tough ... Continue Reading about Best Binoculars for Bird Watching
Wild birds, those tiny, feathered dinosaurs, bring all manner of goodness to a backyard. Even the drab ones have their own beauty. The songs of some birds are transporting to hear, and even the caw of a crow or the call of a bluejay can be ... Continue Reading about Creating a Back Yard Sanctuary that Birds Love
As backyard bird enthusiasts, we often think about how to keep squirrels out of our bird feeders. What we often forget, is these pesky little creatures will often try to enter the birdhouses as well. Follow these simple steps to squirrel-proof your ... Continue Reading about How to Squirrel Proof A Birdhouse
Ever since the summer solstice, the days have been inching and tiptoeing ever shorter, as summer starts to pull the curtain of twilight earlier and hit the roost. I hate that. But wishing for eternal, long days of wonderfulness just ain’t in the ... Continue Reading about Is Your Yard Ready for Fall Migration?
Each week we share a migratory bird you might see, for a few fleeting moments, at your bird feeders, but did you know there is a special weekend to help build awareness of the fascinating bird migration process? World Migratory Bird Day is this ... Continue Reading about World Migratory Bird Day 2014