8 Simple Habits of People Who Have a Thriving, Bird-Friendly Backyard

Learn the Food Habits of Birds To attract birds, learn their specific dietary needs and preferences. This will help you provide the best food in your feeder

Provide a Source of Water All birds need water for drinking and bathing. Providing a source of water, such as a birdbath, will double the number of birds in your yard.

Offer Shelter Wild birds need places to hide from predators and escape severe weather. Trees, plants, shrubs, tall grass, and birdhouses provide excellent shelter.

Create a Diverse Yard The best landscaping plan includes a wide variety of plants. This will attract a greater number of wild bird species and provide year-round food and shelter

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Provide Nesting Sites Wild birds use a wide variety of plants, trees, and shrubs for nesting. Some birds nest on the ground in grasses or under foliage, while others prefer structural sites like cavities in trees

Protect Birds from Predators When choosing the placement of bird feeders and nest boxes, consider their accessibility to predators.

Consult Local Resources Consult local garden centers, universities, or county extension offices to determine the best plants for your area.

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