When you attract birds to your outdoor space, you’ll get willing pollinators who also help eat flies, mosquitos and other pests.
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Birds add life, sound and movement to a garden. Keep birds hydrated when you add a bird bath like this concrete version. Check out the DIY project and build a hydration station for your feathered friends.
Plant hanging baskets for a hummingbird feast.
Craft a DIY birdhouse planter and create a beautiful display for flowers.
Plant these now and watch the birds flock to your yard all year long.
Butterflies and birds bring gardens to life. Invite them to your yard by planting flowers and native plants in a sunny spot.
Birds aren’t the only ones who’ll enjoy a birdhouse — you’ll be delighted, too.
The signs are clear: damaged leaves, deformed or missing fruit. Let’s troubleshoot some common garden pests.
Birds provide a welcome bit of wildlife near the home, and feeders help local bird populations survive during the colder months. Make sure to buy the right seed for local species, keep it safely stored, and clean your feeder.
Cold months are hot for backyard bird activity. Create a place that attracts birds to your yard and helps them survive.
Cold months are hot for backyard bird activity. Here’s how to attract birds to your yard and help them survive.
It’s fun and satisfying to feed wild birds, knowing you’re helping them survive during the winter, when natural foods like seeds and insects are in short supply.