The window-sill Bird Feeder plan is a most effective way to study birds at close range.
The window selected for this purpose should be on a quiet and sheltered side of the house if possible.
If trees and shrubbery are near at hand, birds are more likely to be attracted.
Branches of thorn apples, alders and evergreens are fastened firmly to the window frames to dress the lunch counter on the outside while houseplants or at least a curtain should be placed on the inside as a screen.
Particular varieties of birds may be attracted by offering favorite foods.
Jan 11, 17 10:20 AM
Woke up yesterday morning to find a group of about a dozen of these large-breasted birds with proportionately small heads and a long tail. Suburban Southern
Dec 31, 16 08:25 PM
I live near Albany, New York and I was wondering why these past 2 years we haven't seen any cardinals. Is it because the winters have been to mild. The
Dec 31, 16 08:23 PM
We have lived in this home for 12 years and have had a pair of Pileateds coming to our feeders every year all winter long. They are here all year round.