From your windows to what plants you grow, there are many ways to make your sanctuary a safe place for avian visitors.
Doing a little prep and research before you go to the nursery will save headaches and ensure you build the best habitat possible.
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Make your yard or patio a safe haven for birds in the face of climate change. Native plants provide ideal habitat and food.
New research finds that Carolina Chickadees require a landscape with 70 percent native plants to keep their population steady.
A birder's run-in with unexpected warblers taught him how migratory songbirds use native trees and plants.
Native plants beat even the best bird feeder. Here’s what to put in your garden to transform it into a year-round wonderland.
Even apartment dwellers can lure birds to their windows with container gardens. Here's how to get yours ready for spring migration.
With this simple DIY, you can spread the power of native plants far and wide.
The study found that oaks and other native trees deliver a major chunk of the Carolina Chickadee’s insect-intensive diet.
A little water, a few flowers, and a few perches will bring these tiny dynamos to visit.