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  • Bird Feeder Spillage Promotes Ground Foraging

    Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

    I want what's in the bird feeder!
    With great bird feeders comes great responsibility…and ground foraging.  Lets face it your bird feeder spills because of the wind, birds, squirrels and even you when you’re refilling it.  All of the bird seed on the ground attracts squirrels, mice, chipmunks…etc, which can all cause damage to your property and just be annoying.
    Here are some tips to avoiding bird feeder spillage:
    1 Bird Feeder 1 Seed
    Place only 1 type of seed in each bird feeder.  This will eliminate birds that are seeking out a particular …

    Winter Bird Feeding Tips

    Monday, December 1st, 2008

    Feeding birds in the warmer weather is really enjoyable, seeing so many different types of birds, but there’s that intrinsic feeling of giving back to the beauty of nature by keeping birds fed in the chilly/snowy months of the winter. Though, you may not see the bright colors and the volume of birds in the winter, you’ll see a consistent following of hungry birds in your yard.
    In an article by Diane Porter over at BirdWatching.com gives a few great tips on what to do to attract birds during the …