Bill's Top Ten
Bill's Top Ten - Features
After this bitter winter, we're all eager for the earth, spinning on its invisible axis, to lean closer to the sun. This subtle planetary shift creates warmer weather for those of us in the northern hemisphere. Warmer weather brings us many of our favorite things: birds, flowers, butterflies, and best of all, an end to being cooped up inside the house during bitter cold winter days.
Feeding birds in winter, if done right, is a good thing for the birds (and for us, too). These ten tips, rooted firmly in common sense, can be used as a checklist to help you prepare your feeding station for the worst of weather.
Bird Feeding - Section Extras
More Bird Feeding Features
BWD editor Bill Thompson, III, explores some of the special species, bird families, and groups that visit our feeders along with how we can offer them things they need and want so we get to enjoy them more often.