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Taking pictures of birds can be frustrating if you're waiting for that perfect shot. Let a BirdCam snap photos for you, and you might be surprised at what you see. Radio interview source: Steve...
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Swans are the largest and most beautiful waterfowl to grace the pond on your acreage. They are a joy to watch and can hang around with you for a decade or more. Radio interview source: Ron Andrews,...
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In the summer, birds are foraging for bugs and seeds, but they also appreciate a feeder. This is a great time to offer a new menu for your feathered friends. Radio interview source: Candace Cummings...
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Falconry has existed for thousands of years, and it's not just for princes anymore. Modern falconers preserve the heritage of the sport and champion conservation efforts. Radio interview source...
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Cooking is for the birds...but they appreciate it! Make your own bird suet and watch them flock to your yard for a filling meal. Radio interview source: Bill Thompson, Bird Expert, Bird Watchers...
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To have a bird-friendly yard in the winter, you need plenty of food, but also fresh water. We have a few tricks to help you provide a good water source for your feathered friends. Radio interview...
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The loud "thunk" you just heard on the window may have been an unfortunate bird. Get a birds-eye view of your windows and make them less attractive to air strikes. Radio interview source:...
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Birds love a friendly yard. Supply them with food and shelter, and all of a sudden, your garden rates as a first-class smorgasbord.
Try seeds, fruit, and native plants Birds love a friendly yard. Supply them with food and shelter, and all of a sudden, your garden rates as a first-class smorgasbord. Even as summer gardens wane...
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It's frustrating when crows get into the garbage and pet food and raid the garden. The iconic scarecrow may spook the birds initially, but you've got to do more to keep them away. Radio...
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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Circle of life   Radio interview source: Gail Garber, executive director, Hawks Aloft Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below We once had an owl grab up a stray cat right...

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