Monday, April 12, 2021
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Tag: birds

When a baby bird has fallen it's important to determine when to help and how to properly return it to its nest to give it its best chance for survival.

Suet is a favorite winter offering that’s accepted by more than 80 species of North American birds. Learn how to prepare it for the birds at your feeder.

A group of birdwatchers made a little local history, doing the Christmas bird count in a circle based in Canton for the first time in 70 years.

Consider turning your discarded living Christmas tree into a bird feeding station. Learn how to decorate it with edible ornaments and garland to feed birds.

Learn how to make a peanut butter log bird feeder and find out what birds you're likely to attract to your Northeast Ohio backyard.

Barb Mudrak shares some tips for feeding birds in the fall from Adam Zorn, the University of Mount Union's Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center's program manager.

It's no surprise Magee Marsh was named one of the top 10 birding sites in the U.S. Hundreds of species of birds stop there during their spring migration.

Birds that are getting ready to leave this area, as well as those just passing through, need that extra energy provided by feeders for their long migration.

Learn more about the ROW project, short for right-of-way, and how it's helped birds and pollinators survive.

Learn more about the "wait to mow" movement and how it helps bobolinks and other grassland birds who've lost habitat.