Birds have a habit of building nests in inconvenient places. Find out when and how you can move a bird nest if needed.
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The other day, I spent time in my backyard photographing the Red-winged Blackbirds that nest in the cattails around my pond.
The cloudless sulphur is one of those species that put the “butter” in butterfly! Learn more about this species.
These two backyard visitors meet face to face in this funny photo.
One of the most frustrating problems when taking care of bluebird boxes is trying to keep House Sparrows from nesting in them. This simple trick can help.
Learn what rabbit nests in your lawn look like, and what to do if you find one.
Although many people feed bread to ducks, there are other much more nutritious options that you can use to feed ducks near you.
Monarchs are the most famous migratory butterflies, but other species undertake seasonal migrations as well. Learn how to support their journeys.
Water features can help the birds in your backyard get water when it is scarce while also attracting more than your normal backyard birds!