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.
Free DIY windowsill bird feeder in 7 steps. There are many different ways to make a windowsill or bird feeding shelf. Here is one that is easy and straight forward.
Window bird feeders are an exciting way to draw backyard birds up close for a good look at them and their behaviour.
Bird feeding problems can be hair raising at times. Find tips here for solving backyard bird feeding problems that will come up from time to time.
Platform feeders table or tray feeders can be just about anything that has a flat surface. Many wild bird species like Cardinals love this style of eating.
Pest control at bird feeders can be an aggravating situation or a well planned and managed victory.
Nesting habits vary a great deal in the bird world. Wild birds prepare for and raise their baby birds in many different ways. Learn more here.
How to clean bird feeders, how often and what tools to use when cleaning feeders, are questions asked often. Find the 5 steps to cleaning bird feeders here.
Hopper bird feeders are often attractive. They are also very functional, efficiently maintained and are easily accessible to a large variety of bird species.
Heated bird baths provide a necessity of life for our feathered friends during freezing weather and another way to promote great backyard birding.
Ground bird feeder is a feeder low to the ground for birds who like to feed on the ground like mourning doves, sparrows and finches. It saves the seed from rotting.
Gourd houses are the number one choice for raising baby birds by many wild bird species who are cavity nesters because they have better temperature control.
Compact binoculars with their high-quality optics offer excellent edge-to-edge contrast and sharpness. Read this enlightening review.
Cleaning bird baths is essential when attracting birds to bathe in our backyards. Use a bird bath cleaner that includes eco-friendly, natural enzymes.
A bluebird feeder filled with mealworms, fruits, suet and cornmeal muffins will be enthusiastically received by Bluebirds and other birds too.
A bird watching club can be a very enjoyable and helpful group to belong to. Many clubs provide group activities and many more benefits such as...