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What to Feed Birds

Learn about the many types of bird seeds and other foods FeederWatchers use to feed their birds.
 

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This course is designed to learn the basic gardening elements and resources for beginners. There are several different levels of gardening-basic, intermediate, and advanced as well as specific topics. This course is designed to help you with choosing the plants for your environment, starting, caring, and harvesting your products. You will learn the basics that are needed to start your journey with nature inside and outside your home and preserving your products.

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What food to provide

Lists foods that you can provide for birds.

 

Birding Books from Amazon.com

The Sibley Guide to Birds

Amazon.com Review:  More than 10 years in the making, David Sibley's Guide to Birds is a monumental achievement. The beautiful watercolor illustrations (6,600, covering 810 species in North America) and clear, descriptive text place Sibley and his work squarely in the tradition of John James Audubon and Roger Tory Peterson; more than a birdwatcher and evangelizer, he is one of the foremost bird painters and authorities in the U.S.

The Backyard Bird-Lover's Guide

The Audubon Backyard Birdwatcher: Birdfeeders and Bird Gardens

Everything You Need to Know About Birding and Backyard Bird Attraction

 

For the Birds

As you learn to enjoy the beauty of birdlife around your home, you may wish to improve the "habitat" in your yard so that more birds will visit your property. You can attract birds by placing bird feeders, nest boxes, and bird baths in your yard, and by planting a variety of trees, shrubs, and flowers. These can provide good nesting sites, winter shelter, places to hide from predators and natural food supplies that are available year-round.
 

 

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