Thursday, September 19, 2019
Tags Posts tagged with "birding"

Tag: birding

Did you know many songbirds travel at night during migration? Scott Shalaway offers insight on how and why birds migrate south for the winter.

If you feed hummingbirds, you should be seeing lots of activity right now. Ruby-throated hummingbird numbers peak in August. 

Mourning doves are one of the most abundant birds in North America. Key to their success is that they are generalists in every sense of the word.

Scott Shalaway shares an update on the active nest box in his grandson's backyard.

Learn more about how a fertilized bird eggs develop into an embryo and then transforms into a chick mature enough to hatch.

Providing a bird bath is an easy way to attract more birds to your yard. Learn how to create an ideal setup for the birds and conditions in your backyard.

The continued visits of familiar birds to his feeder has made Scott Shalaway's transition from rural to suburban living smoother.

Learn how to deal with active nesting boxes. Be patient and then enjoy the action from a reasonable distance.

Hummingbirds' tiny size, iridescent colors, acrobatic flying and eagerness to use nectar feeders make them one of America's favorite backyard birds.

Bill Thompson III, editor and co-publisher of Bird Watcher’s Digest, passed away March 25 as a result of stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
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