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Feeder Tips
Late winter may be the right time to set out next boxes or to make sure that those from the previous year are clean and safe.

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Food for Thought
Nuts, including peanuts, offer a great deal of protein, but chickadees and many other birds can’t break into the shells of the hardest nuts.

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Bird of the Month
Bird of the Month Our October Bird of the Month, the largest of all songbirds, is considered by many to be the most intelligent bird in the world. Ravens are also associated with Halloween.

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On the Fly
On the Fly Hurricane Newton: tubenoses in the desert For some birders who live inland, the August-October period often brings around a strange yearning: the want for massive, untamed hurricanes. 

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Picture Perfect
Photographing From Blinds And Deer Stands. How do professional photographers get such great photos of birds acting naturally?

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Art of Birding
Art of Birding Welcome to Caitlin’s Corner! It is that time of year again: Halloween! This holiday means that everything gets sweet, scary, and full of stories. 

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Bird Brains
Bird Brain Improve your bird knowledge and test your own Bird IQ with these Bird Brain quizzes. Check out the different levels and see how much you know!

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Wild Bird Club Special Offers
Coloring Books The Cornell Lab Publishing Group has books for bird lovers of all ages! Enjoy the new coloring books now! Enter code NEW4FALL25 at check out for a 25% discount.

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Beginner Green activities are for birders of all ages who are new to birding. From pinecone peanut butter feeder making to backyard birding tips, we'll help you get started!

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Intermediates Blue activities are more challenging are for those who've mastered Green, or you can jump right into it if you already have some birding experience.

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Gray activities are great for more experienced birders, or to try if you've already mastered Green & Blue activities and want a bigger challenge!

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Citizen Science
YardMap - The Advantages Of Leaving Your Shoreline Wild Sores are ecologically valuable but extremely vulnerable to damage by human activity.

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