Squirrels will stop at nothing to reach your bird feeder. Try these tricks to outsmart them.
Woodpeckers are a sign that your backyard habitat is healthy—and they'll eat up your insect pests, too.
As songbird populations are declining dramatically, organic gardeners can help them survive by making small changes to their yards.
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Setting out food for feathered friends near your garden encourages them to stick around and do some insect control.
How your gardening habits can help make a happy, healthy home for (the right kinds!) of birds and bugs.
Plus, the different birds you can expect to see throughout the year if you keep its water supply refreshed.
Turns out, your feathered friends are big fans of evergreens.
Ample winter bird watching, guaranteed—thanks to a little dried fruit and popcorn.
Keep these foods far away from your feathered friends.