The latest episode mentioned about drunk cedar waxwings. This certainly caught my attention. About 45 years ago I was doing some work in New Orleans. As I was driving along the highway I saw a lot of large black birds flopping around along the edge of the road. I asked a local about this and was told that there were berries on the bushes in the median that were fermenting. When the birds ate the
Classic Feeder and Painted Buntings
I just purchased a Classic feeder. I already have a Squirrel Buster Plus and want to use the Classic for the Painted Buntings that will be here in October. Brome was kind enough to send me two weights to help it close faster and I was wondering if the Buntings will feed with out the perches if I remove them?
BBN 2-54 Keeping Unwelcome Birds and Critters Away from your Feeders
Full Episode Here: Backyard Feeding: Ask Dr. Bird Headlines Winner’s Circle I love warm weather and we’ve had some fantastic weather recently – it’s about time! Bird feeding changes with every season, and this episode Backyard Feeding is all about setting up your feeders to
BBN 2-48 – Feeding Birds in Winter Storms, All About Suet, Top 10 Birding Destinations, Canary Seed for Humans
View the full episode here Backyard Feeding Ask Dr. Bird The Headlines Winner’s Circle March is really the toughest month here in Québec. The weather will warm up for a couple of days, then we find ourselves totally snowed in and freezing. That’s what’s been
Did you have to do anything special to attract Cardinals to your bird feeders?
Here in Quebec, Northern Cardinals are a real treat – we just don’t have that many of them! I couldn’t believe my eyes the first time I saw a bright red bird on my feeders – I had to double-check to make sure it was indeed a Cardinal. Now they are regular visitors in my backyard. They love safflower seeds, the Seed Buster and our unkempt cedar hedge!
The Story Of Mr. & Mrs. Cardinal.
Mr. & Mrs. Cardinal Are My Favorite Birds. This is the story of how they became my favorites: Mr. & Mrs. Cardinal are (besides my favorite birds) some of the most regular birds at my feeders. One time they weren’t, in fact, they didn’t even come to my feeders. I was really worried about them! It was last winter. One day I wanted to photograph & film the cardinals because I was getting bored of
Red bellied Woodpecker
Since installing my bird feeder a few years ago, I have fallen in love with the red bellied woodpecker. I can always tell when he is about to feed. He comes nearby and squawks a while to let others know he is near. He is a joy to watch his antics as he explores the various feeders and their contents