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Tag: Attracting Birds

Tips for Attracting Blue Jays

Follow these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet to bring blue jays to your backyard. Blue jays are known for their striking blue feathers and loud songs. The bright and beautiful songbirds are a favorite among birders. If you to bring blue jays to your backyard, you’ll need to know about their favorite food, nesting habits and more. Follow these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet to get started. Feed(…)

Simple Ways to Attract Mourning Doves

Learn how to attract mourning doves in your backyard with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Mourning doves are delicate, delightful birds that are welcome in any birder’s backyard. They can be shy birds, and a bit harder to attract than other wild birds. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can attract the beautiful birds all year round. Feed In order to attract mourning doves, you’ll need a variety(…)

Attracting Orioles

Learn how to attract orioles to your yard with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Known for their bright orange and striking black feathers, orioles are a welcome sight in any birder’s backyard. The beautiful songbirds migrate south for the winter, but come back to the Midwest around early May. You can get your backyard ready for orioles with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Feed & Feeders Orioles aren’t your(…)

Attracting Chickadees

Bring cheerful chickadees to your backyard with these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Chickadees are a fan favorite among backyard birders. The petite, cheerful birds are especially welcome in the dreary days of winter. With a few tips and some basic bird supplies, you can attract chickadees to your yard all year round. Your Blain’s Farm & Fleet animal experts are here to help. Bird Seed Chickadees are busy(…)

Tips for Attracting Cardinals

Bring beautiful cardinals to your backyard with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Known for their bright red feathers and beautiful songs, cardinals are a favorite among bird watchers. Even the fawn-colored females are easily recognizable by their song and red highlights. Cardinals are actually fairly easy to attract to your backyard. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can bring cardinals to your backyard all year(…)

Bird Watching Tips for Beginners

Observe your favorite backyard birds with our bird watching tips for beginners. If you’re a beginner at bird watching, you might not know where to start. What equipment will you need? Where are the best bird watching spots? How do you get birds to come to your backyard? Being a backyard birder can take some patience, but it’s well worth it when you can enjoy the natural beauty of wild(…)

Attracting Birds with Nyjer Seed

Learn about using nyjer seed to attract birds with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. In the winter, wild birds need bird seed to keep their metabolism going and make it through the cold weather. With the snow and cold, their natural food resources can run out. Nyjer seed is a great option for feeding smaller birds, such as finches and other small clinging birds. What is nyjer seed? Nyjer seeds are(…)

Winter Bird Feeding

Help out your feathered friends with winter bird feeding. As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, winter is definitely on its way. While some birds fly south, some stick around for the colder months. These birds may change their eating habits, opting for berries over bugs. Birds need a reliable food source to keep their metabolism going in the cold days of winter. Water can also be(…)

Bluebirds Nesting In Your Yard

Attracting bluebirds to your yard is much easier than you would think. Bluebirds can be found throughout most of the country and are easy to attract with the right nest box placed in the right habitat. A few minor additions to your home can make all the difference. Attracting Bluebirds with a Nest Box Choose a bluebird house or nest box that is made of wood (not pressure treated), has(…)

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