Wild Bird Scoop Blog takes you away to the intriguing world of bird watching through bird feeders, bird houses, bird baths and so much more, in your backyard habitat. You will find lots of interesting info about this great hobby.
Pest control at bird feeders can be an aggravating pursuit or a well planned and managed victory.
Rodent control of rats at bird feedes means war. Find out how to get rid of rats.
A birdcam will take breathtaking photos and video of the wild birds that visit your feeders, birdbaths or nestlings. Choose the best.
Heated bird baths provide a necessity of life for our feathered friends and another way to promote great backyard birding.
Where do my birds go in winter1. I put up a feeder and there are no wild birds. These are commonly asked questions. Let’s find the answers.
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Keeping hummingbird nectar from freezing with the great methods described here.
Roosting boxes provide wild birds with shelter from cold, wind and stormy weather.
How to Prepare for Winter Bird Feeding in 8 Steps? It is important to know what needs to be done to make your winter bird feeding efforts successful for your pleasure and for helping birds survive.
Baffle squirrels, may sound impossible, so let me show you how with many ways.
Autumn bird feeding in your backyard is very important. All wild birds whether they migrate or not, are preparing for changing weather by stocking up on energy by eating as much as they can.
Where to hang your Hummingbird feeder; when to take it down; when to put it up and why?
Wild birds are amazing to watch; their beauty and interesting behaviour make you feel good. Learn about them, how to attract avian friends to your backyard and solve the problems that come up.
Window birdfeeders are an exciting way to draw backyard birds up close for a good look at their behaviour.
Ask about wild birds. Need to know something about feeding or housing wild birds? Have you seen a bird you need help indentifying? Find out here!