16 Items Birds & Blooms Editors Want to Buy on Amazon Prime Day
Amazon Prime Day is coming soon and the Birds & Blooms editors are making our wish lists. Here are some of the items we will be adding to the cart!
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Amazon Prime Day Editors’ Picks
Like you, the Birds & Blooms editors are eager to shop during this annual big savings event. Keep in mind, the hot Amazon Prime sales are only open to Prime members. Don’t have a Prime membership yet? Sign up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial.
I’ve been admiring this oriole feeder for a while. One of my neighbors has it hanging in front of her house and it’s so cute! I love to watch orioles as they migrate through our area in spring. In my yard, I also have spotted red-bellied woodpeckers eating oranges, and gray catbirds love the grape jelly.
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How fun would it be to grow your own organic mushrooms—and then eat them in about 10 days! This would be a really great project to do with my kids this summer while school is out. I like that the kit is ready to go and only requires a small amount of counter space. You can save 30% off on this kit during Amazon Prime Day.
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I have limited outdoor space, so this stackable flower pot holder seems like the perfect way to make the most of it. Or maybe I’ll bring it indoors for my growing houseplant collection! And it’s discounted by 25% for Amazon Prime Day.
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This is the field guide that I use, and I would recommend it to all of my friends who are interested in learning about bird-watching. It’s written by Birds & Blooms’ official bird expert Kenn Kaufman, so I know the information is reliable.
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I’m constantly frustrated with the starlings and grackles that take over my feeding station. This caged tube feeder will allow the beautiful smaller songbirds, like finches and chickadees, to eat without being bothered.
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The Water Wiggler was recently recommended to me by our bird experts as an excellent way to attract more birds during the summer months. You can add it to any birdbath you already own. It creates continuous ripples in the water—birds love that, but the mosquitoes don’t!
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I have a copy of this book and would recommend it to any bird lover I know! It’s full of easy-to-understand insights into why birds behave the way they do—from mating to nesting to migrating. There’s so much to learn.
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Perfect for on-the-go birding or to stash in the glove box of your car, these Vanguard Endeavor 8×32 binoculars are compact, lightweight and easy to hold. My husband spends a lot of time outdoors for work. These would be great for his work truck, so he won’t miss any cool sightings while birding on the job.
As a new mom, I’m now looking for gear that will help my husband and I continue to do the things we loved pre-kids: birding and hiking! We want to make it a family affair, and this baby backpack carrier that puts the kid on your back allows for binoculars in the front.
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I have a few hopper-style bird feeders, but it’s time to see if my birds would be interested in a tube-style feeder. I love the added protection from hungry squirrels!
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My bird feeding station is all the way across the yard, close to the trees, to give finches and small birds protection from hawks and predators. This window bird feeder would allow my kids (and me) to see some birds close up!
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I would like to try a tray feeder and a birdbath to attract more species to my backyard. This unique and useful product can be both! It’s a really affordable option with multiple purposes, and it also looks durable.
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Over the past year, I’ve really enjoyed hiking at local birding hotspots and state parks. I usually wear jeans but they aren’t the most comfortable choice for being active. These Trail Stretch Pants resist dirt, repel moisture and offer SPF protection. Plus the legs can roll up on hot days. And I love that they come in short and long length options!
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I’ve spotted Eastern bluebirds in my yard a couple of times, and I’d like to watch them raise a family. This cedar bluebird house is endorsed by the North American Bluebird Society, so I trust it would be a good, safe home for my birds (plus, tree swallows can use it, too!) It looks like it will be easy to open for monitoring and cleaning.
My husband enjoys playing board games with his family and friends. The Wingspan board game is an ideal gift for bird and board game lovers, with gorgeous illustrations, so we can learn about more species together.
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