Tuesday, October 23, 2018
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Mixed flocks of birds frequent feeders during fall and winter. Offer suet and sunflower seeds and learn to identify the "social climbers."

Last year FeederWatchers submitted 156,076 checklists, a new record. They reported a total of more than seven million birds.

After nesting, molting is the most important thing birds do. Feathers are critical for survival.

Scott Shalaway details what happens to birds during storms such as Hurricane Florence.

Migratory birds and butterflies will soon begin their journey head south for the winter. Learn more about what species to watch for this fall.

For the second consecutive year, a pair of federally endangered piping plovers are raising chicks on Gull Point at Pennsylvania’s Presque Isle State Park.

The house finch is a small songbird about the size of the house sparrow with a large beak, short wings, and a long, notched tail.

To watch an active purple martin nest in Erie, Pennsylvania, simply visit www.purplemartin.org and click on the nest cam link.

Try hand feeding hummingbirds. With just a little patience, you can bring them to within inches of your face.

It's not too late to put up a nectar feeder for hummers because feeder activity will peak from mid-July through early September.
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