Past Posts on Birding and Attracting Birds

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Mokcingbird

With fifteen years of blog posts, there are some gems buried deep. I mined this blog for useful information.

A reader said there are some great posts that she stumbled upon on this blog. I took that to heart and tried to revise the links to many past posts that may be useful to my readers. Here are three great posts on birds.

 

Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus). I wonder if this Eagle was looking directly at me as I took this photo.
Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus). I wonder if this Eagle was looking directly at me as I took this photo.

The Importance of Birds to Indigenous American Peoples

Onondaga Nation Faithkeeper Oren Lyons is a man of wisdom. I always listen to his words and reflect on them. In this video he shares the Importance of Birds to Indigenous American Peoples (video)

 

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Female Ruby-Throated Hummingbird at a feeder.

Hummingbird Migration

It’s just about time to put out the hummingbird feeders. Hummingbird Migration Dates for both Northward and Southward for the Eight Most Common Hummingbird in North America.

 

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Singing male Robin

Birding By Ear: Learning Birds Calls and Songs

Once the trees leaf out, you’ll hear more birds than you will see. Here are tips on learning bird calls and songs.

 

 

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American Goldfinch

Attracting Colorful American Goldfinches

I have been able to attract American Goldfinches to my garden by growing a few key flowers that bloom when Goldfinches need them. It also delighted me I attracted Cedar Waxwings with my Shadbush tree.

 

More Birding Posts

Spring Warblers – Birding Tips and Techniques

Spring Bird Migration for Beginning Birders

Attracting Birds with Water

Put out Nesting Materials and Nest Boxes, March 1

Attracting Birds with Fruit Trees and Berry Plants

The Relationship Between Birds, Berries, and Fruit

3 comments

    • Hi, Marjorie
      Thank you for the words of encouragement. I glad you found the info here useful.

    • Hi, Marjorie
      How kind you are. Thanks for the words of encouragement. I’m glad you found the words here useful.

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