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Feeder Tips
Setting out nest boxes for wrens and bluebirds, and platforms for robins can encourage these birds to nest in our yards. Learn More
Food for Thought
Fruits and jellies offered at our feeders may attract orioles, catbirds, thrashers, mockingbirds, robins, and other species.
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Bird of the Month
Bird of the Month Whether or not you like a particular baseball team, spotting or hearing the avian variety of the Baltimore Oriole is sheer pleasure in the East. Further West, the Bullock’s Oriole can be found. Learn More
On the Fly
On the Fly Birds Evolve Their Behavior Without Changing Their Bodies:
Appearances can be deceiving—sometimes birds find ways to do very different jobs with the same equipment.

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Family Room
Picture Perfect
Using binoculars can be a little tricky at first, especially when you wear eyeglasses. A few tricks may help

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Art of Birding
Art of Birding Welcome to Caitlin’s Corner! This month I have been looking forward to for a while because the topic of this article is bird coloring books!

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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
Eastern/Central & Western Guides All About Backyard Birds on the renowned website’s success to translate and deliver best-in-class content and proven user-friendly formats into print.

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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
JOIN PROJECT FEEDERWATCH All new Project FeederWatch participants receive a research kit in the mail. Renewing participants can choose not to receive a kit.

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