This homemade peanut butter suet recipe feeds wild birds in the winter when food is scarce. It does not contain beef lard like traditional and store-bought suet. It's simple to make and well-loved by … [Read more...]
Wildlife is as important as plants in a garden. These tips show how to welcome pollinators and other wild things into the garden with recommended plants, organic garden practices, and designing a garden that welcomes critters.
The arrival of hummingbirds in spring—seen here on the migration map—marks a milestone for many of us. But, after the summer nesting season, where do they go? Let’s have a look at the fall hummingbird … [Read more...]
Do hummingbird feeders delay fall migration? If you live somewhere with hummingbirds over the summer, find out the right time to call it a season and bring in your feeders for the winter. This is … [Read more...]
Got a wild bird that won't stop pecking at your window? Here's some tips to stop the behavior without harming the bird. For more birding tips, also see Wild Bird Houses, Nesting Boxes and Feeding … [Read more...]
Forget the tomato juice! This is what you use to remove skunk spray. It's a simple recipe you can make at home to remove skunk odor from humans, pets, and clothing. If you want to keep compost … [Read more...]
Along with good quality birdseed, it is equally important to clean bird feeders on a regular basis to prevent the spread of disease and make the feeders welcoming to wild birds. For tips on … [Read more...]
Using a wildlife camera (trail camera or birdcam) is a great way to get candid photos or videos of the activity at your backyard bird feeder. Equipped with a motion-sensor, these cameras capture up … [Read more...]