A backyard feeder full of nutritious mealworms is beloved by bug-eating birds.
From bird feeder recommendations to homemade suet recipes, we're sharing our best bird feeding tips and tricks to help you attract birds to your backyard.
Switch up what you’re serving to attract more birds to your backyard.
Discover the best foods to attract the winter birds you want to see with these simple tips.
To attract more birds in winter, add these best-loved options to your backyard menu.
Mix things up and bring in a whole new flock of birds by serving up this popular treat.
Say so long to the store-bought stuff and whip up a fresh batch of your own.
Attract these seed smugglers and watch them take their food to go.
Win over waxwings with native fruit-bearing plants.
Whether you think they’re brilliant, bullies or both, there’s plenty to discover about these clever corvids.
Give your favorite kids an adventure in their own backyard.
Serve up a sweet, jiggly treat to attract colorful orioles and tanagers.
Here’s how to grow these tasty snacks that are actually legumes.
For a backyard full of cardinals and their mates, grow plants they love to eat and shrubs to shelter their families.
Boost your summer backyard space to attract even more eye-catching goldfinches.
Maximize the traffic at your bird feeders with the right kind of bird seed.
A bird’s beak is the most important resource it has, and every species has one…
Serve a winning menu of high-fat treats to keep these energetic birds coming back for seconds.
1. DON’T attract unwanted guests. Inexpensive store-bought seed blends can occasionally attract pesky visitors. They…
Free up your backyard feeders for your favorite songbirds by learning how to discourage bully birds.
Attract these acrobatic fliers with a buffet of their favorite foods.
You can never have enough bird feeders. Learn about the different feeders available, and make plans to add a new one to your yard.
Save money feeding birds by harvesting sunflower seeds from your garden.
Attract birds to your backyard with these bird feeding tips to keeping your feeders filled and fresh.
Discover why you should be listening for these top-notch types of songbirds.
You’ll be impressed with the variety of species you’ll attract by offering peanuts at your bird feeders.
Add a splash of red to your backyard with a few simple birding basics to attract these flashy fliers.
Considered one of the biggest, brassiest songbirds in North America, blue jays are easy to attract with these simple ideas.
Don’t limit your birds to seed, suet and sugar water. Keep ’em coming back for more by feeding birds the best buffet on the block.
The indigo bunting is one of the most gorgeous summer birds in the East. Learn the birding basics of how to welcome these popular fliers to your area.
With a little planning and some bird feeding basics from our experts you can attract birds to backyard—no matter where you live or how big your space.
Wondering how to attract bluebirds to your backyard? We’ll show you how with these tips and tricks from our experts.
The votes are in—see if your favorite bird made our list of the cutest birds in America, then get the birding basics to attract them to your yard.
Save money with these tips for feeding and attracting birds.
Learn how to keep starlings, grackles, and other so-called bully birds away from your feeders.
A birdwatcher explains why he loves feeding birds.
Try these tried-and-true ways to attracting birds to your birdfeeders.
Learn why these are the friendliest birds and how to attract them to your backyard.
Spend less money feeding birds with these reader secrets.
Outwit squirrels with these tips for keeping squirrels from eating bird seed
Tips and tricks for getting birds to eat out of your hand.
Attract backyard birds with these common kitchen food items.
Feed birds with this simple and fun homemade birdseed suet recipe.
Choose these seeds to attract and feed your favorite birds.
These simple seasonal tips will help you attract birds to your backyard.
You’ll get a real thrill when you learn the five steps to feeding hummingbirds by hand!