The birds will love you for planting these berry covered trees and shrubs.
Treat the birds this winter with these high-energy suet treats, created by editor Stacy Tornio.
If you live in Florida or are planning a vacation, be sure to check out these great birding hot spots.
David Shaw of Fairbanks, Alaska watches and photographs winter birds of all kinds. He tells of different survival techniques winter birds use.
From the American goldfinch to the yellowhammer, all 50 states honor a specific bird as its official avian symbol.
In total, 28 different birds are acknowledged in this way, since various states selected the same bird. Canada's provinces and territories add another 11 birds to the list of official species.
Discover these easy tips for feeding backyard birds from your hand.
Make your own heated birdbath with these easy instructions. Birds need water even in the the winter. They'll love this warm addition to your backyard!
Head over heels for the white-breasted nuthatch? We foraged up the goods on the three other nuthatches found in North America. It's sure to make you sing.
If any bird was ever misnamed, it's the red-bellied woodpecker. Go ahead and take a close look. You can search with the best binoculars on the market, but chances are, you're not going to see this bird's red belly.
Vacations aren't just for summer. Here are some great winter bird hot spots, perfect for a winter vacation!