The autumnal solstice is Sept. 22, 2018. You might want to consider choosing slightly different wild bird feeds to prepare for the change of season. The first question is ‘which birds will be here after summer?” In the fall, wild birds that are commonly… Continue Reading “What to feed in the fall | Bird feeding tips”
(Watch the how-to video at the bottom of this article.) Like all living creatures, birds need water everyday. Adding a birdbath to your garden will attract more birds than just providing birdseed. Also, watching birds bathe and drink from birdbaths is simply delightful! Birdbaths… Continue Reading “How To Make A Birdbath”
On cold days, birds burn a lot of energy just keeping warm. Feeders filled with nutritious wild bird food are needed during the winter more than ever. Look for the highest fat varieties of wild bird food to pack the most punch for your… Continue Reading “Top 5 Fattiest Wild Bird Food Blends”
When you begin to feed birds, you might wonder whether the type of bird feeder makes a difference to the birds. In fact, it does! Different birds have different feeding habits. Also, the number of feeders and amount of wild bird food available has… Continue Reading “What Kind of Bird Feeder Do I Need?”
At Nature’s Window, we’ve changed our blends to keep the beautiful birds you love coming back to your yard again and again, all year round. See the difference in our packaging, and know that you are giving your flighted friends even more nourishment with… Continue Reading “Learn About Our Formula Upgrades”
Nature’s Window has a brand new look and refined formulas. We’re aiming high to bring you the very best, so you can fuel the flight of the wild bird you love. Our bold new identity is designed to clearly show that making wild bird… Continue Reading “Nature’s Window New Packaging Launch”
Time to clean the bird 🐦 #birdfeeder! Did you know that regular cleaning your bird feeders keeps #birds healthy? #birdfeedingtips #birdfeeding When your bird feeder looks like this, take a few minutes to hand wash it with hot water and dish soap. Let it dry… Continue Reading “Time to Clean the Bird Feeder!”
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