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Bird Feeder Reviews

  • Chickadees Bird Feeders

    Best Bird Feeders For Chickadees, A Complete Buyer’s Guide

    Watching lovely birds as they feed is therapeutic, especially the cute little ones like the chickadee. It provides a soothing feeling and can alleviate stress. If you love birdwatching, you can do it in the comfort of your backyard, and all you need is a reliable bird feeder. Below is … Read more

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Bird House Reviews​

Birding Accessories

  • Heated Bird Bath For Yard

    A Review Of The Best Heated Bird Baths You Can Buy

    Imagine this… Beautiful cardinals, blue jays, American finches, robins, and other types of God’s amazing winged creatures visit your backyard seeking water to drink and a place to preen and bathe. They swoop down toward your birdbath but turn away at the last second. What happened? Winter happened, that’s what. … Read more

  • Best Bird Baths

    The Definitive Guide To Buying Bird Baths

    Imagine the following: You step outside on your back porch. Standing in front of you, in all of its splendor, is a majestic bird bath. Two cardinals, bright red in color, are cleaning themselves in your backyard fountain. It’s truly a sight to behold! And now, because of this beautiful … Read more

  • bird feeder that attracts wild birds

    Wild Bird Food: What Exactly Do Wild Birds Like To Eat?

    Picture this: It’s a beautiful spring day. There’s a gentle breeze flowing through your backyard and the world seems peaceful. Guess what? As you sit down at your patio table to enjoy a cup of freshly brewed Arabica coffee, two American finches swoop down and land on a tree branch … Read more

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Birdwatching Articles

  • image of a pelican bird beak

    The Amazing Abilities Of Bird Beaks

    There are over 900 bird species in North America, and if there’s one thing interesting about these birds, it’s that every species is distinct. This includes their colorful feathers and their unique bird beaks.  But did you know that apart from the appearance, each beak may also function differently?  As … Read more

  • Raven or Crow, Which Is It?

    Let’s say you’re having a quiet time outside your home when suddenly a large, black bird passes by. You then start to wonder, is that a raven or a crow?  I know many of us have had these moments, and I can’t blame you because these two are very hard … Read more

  • image of a cardinal on branch in winter

    Are Blue Jays And Cardinals Related?

    I recently noticed a blue jay and cardinal perched on the same branch sitting next to one another. After looking closely at these two beautiful birds, I started to wonder “Are Blue Jays And Cardinals Related?”. They’re about the same size and have other similarities, so I decided to research … Read more

  • Steller's jay

    What Is The Difference Between A Bluebird And A Blue Jay?

    It was an odd feeling when I realized that I didn’t know the difference between a bluebird and a blue jay, but it’s something that I thought about for a while. Instead of remaining ignorant and wallowing in my misery, I decided to do something about it. I researched the … Read more

  • image of an owlet

    When Eggs Hatch: When Do Owls Have Owlets?

    Have you been wondering “When do owls have babies?“. Well, I had the same question so I took a little time to perform some research. Below, I will discuss some of the information that I found.   Owls mate once a year usually in spring. This may not be the … Read more

  • How Long Do Baby Owls Stay With Their Parents

    The more I research owls, the more I see that they are just like our common songbirds in many ways, including breeding behavior. Although known as monogamous pairs, parent owls leave their young as soon as they learn to fly. But, how long do baby owls stay with their parents?  It … Read more

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