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Rufous Hummingbird, bird photo, Wild Birds Unlimited, WBU
April 18, 2019
Hummingbirds Are Coming, Are You Ready?
By WBU Inc | Birds
Hummingbirds are making the journey north. You can track their progress by going to the Journey North website. These miniature marvels have been migrating between North and Central America for thousands of years, a round trip in which millions of hummingbirds instinctively participate in. Hummingbirds are coming, here is how you can get ready for
Eastern Bluebird, bird photo, Wild Birds Unlimited, WBU
February 22, 2019
2 Ways You Can Help the Birds this Nesting Season
By WBU Inc | Birds
Nesting season is just around the corner. A new generation of birds will soon be entering the world. The food and housing we provide can make a significant difference on how well they will thrive and survive in our own backyards. Here are two tips to help you help the birds this nesting season. 1.
Mountain Chickadee, bird photo, Wild Birds Unlimited, WBU
January 16, 2019
The Best Foods for Birds During Winter
By WBU Inc | Birds
The best foods for birds during winter are high calorie and high fat foods. So, in the winter, you may need to change some of the foods you offer to birds. In periods of cold and severe winter weather, birds may use feeders as the critical source of food that enables them to survive from
Chestnut-backed Chickadee, bird photo, Wild Birds Unlimited, WBU
December 20, 2018
A Look Back on the Year of the Bird
By WBU Inc | Birds, Partnerships
This year we partnered with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the National Audubon Society, and we were privileged to work with National Geographic and Bird Life International to celebrate the Year of the Bird. As 2018 comes to an end, let’s reflect back on the Year of the Bird. 2018 was proclaimed the Year of
Reb-bellied Woodpecker, bird photo, Wild Birds Unlimited, WBU
November 26, 2018
3 Ways You Can Help Birds Survive Winter
By WBU Inc | Birds
In much of North America, winter can be a difficult time for birds. The days are short, and nights are often cold and long. The natural food supply has been consumed or is hidden by snow and most insects are dead or dormant. Water can be hard to find, and food needed to provide the