Download this free 16-page Backyard Bird Feeding Reference Guide
Do you wonder how to attract a variety of birds to your bird feeders?
This free reference guide to feeding birds answers questions such as:
- How do I attract Northern Cardinals?
- Do American Robins eat anything besides worms and insects?
- Which birdseed attracts the greatest variety of birds?
what to feed backyard birds
I hope you enjoy this 16-page guide; all of these birds are frequent visitors to our backyard, and most photos are from the last 12 months.
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I‘ve spent the last 20 years working on my birding skills and learning to create healthy habitats for my little feathered friends.
Although experts do not agree whether backyard bird feeding will significantly help bird populations or not, they do agree that feeding will help individual birds in YOUR neighborhood.
You‘ll be amazed at the variety of birds that will come to your feeder throughout the year!
What to Feed Backyard Birds
This reference guide will help you attract the birds that you want to your feeders. I have included birds from all over North America, some of which are not in my backyard.
We wish you many years of enjoyable and satisfying birding!
I hope you enjoy your free download of my Backyard Bird Feeding Reference Guide!
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“For example, I enjoy sharing with others; specifically, photography tips, my recommendations on gear and supplies, as well as building a backyard habitat for your own enjoyment.”
For a terrific Bird ID app, check out Merlin!