When it comes to winter birds, it seems there are more myths than usual. Here are a few of the common ones I’ve heard. Hopefully, I can help debunk these winter birds myths once and for all with the correct winter birds facts.
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Is feeding wildlife a good idea for them or for you?
If you want to keep a variety of species visiting your feeders, then you’ll want to offer a variety of food. Check out Blue Seal’s selection of seeds specially formulated to entice a wide variety of birds.
I have been flooded with calls asking about this year’s bird population (or lack of), so I want to share why their numbers are down and when we can expect to see a rise in the population.
Whether you let your dog out by the woods, go hiking or hunting with dogs, or live by a hunting area, autumn is a great time to remember these dog-friendly safety tips.
Unlike us, chickens don’t need sweaters to stay warm in the winter (but wouldn’t that be cute)? Lisa Steele shares important tips to keep your flock happy and healthy in cold temperatures.
What can you do to help your flock through molting season? Lisa Steele talks about how quality nutrition can make all the difference for your girls!
Did you know chicks, pullets and layers all require different feed? Find out what Lisa Steele of Fresh Eggs Daily gives her girls to keep them healthy and productive at every stage.
Fall is the ideal time to take an active interest in bird feeding.
Do you need some backyard squirrel feeding tips? Well, we’ve got you covered. Squirrel watching can be a VERY relaxing experience, with benefits for both the mind and body. However, if we’re going to be able to watch the little guys, we need a way to attract them to our backyard.