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Bird Watching In Your Own Backyard
With a water source, a bird house and different types of bird feeders, you can turn your backyard into a birding oasis.
Choose a Replica Birdhouse that is Safe for Your Birds
An architectural replica birdhouse can be a nice addition to your backyard, and with careful consideration the replica birdhouse can be a safe shelter for your backyard birds.
Build a Replica Architectural Birdhouse
Building your own custom replica architectural bird house can be very rewarding. Start building your custom birdhouse with a plan of the architectural details to make a replica of.
Communal Colony Bird Nesting Complexes to Use for Backyard Birding
Video about communal bird nesting complexes to use for backyard birding.
Create a bird-friendly environment
With a little planning, it's easy to create an environment to attract the birds you'll enjoy year-round, just focus on food water and shelter.
Maintaining a Healthy Bird Feeder
Cleaning birdfeeders and birdbaths is a crucial practice in preventing the spread of disease between birds. Recently, scientists noted that the spread of Trichomonad protozoan parasites, which cause a disease termed Trichomoniasis, was on the rise especially among mourning dove and band-tailed pigeon populations in the West.
Where to Locate Your Bird Feeder
When deciding where to put your feeder, it's best to consider how your birds will access the feeder, how they typically eat and minimize possible hazards to the birds.
Attract Birds and Keep Them Safe
There are many ways to attract wild birds to your garden and set up home in your garden bird house.