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Follow these tips to keep birds coming back to your place.
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House sparrows are often called flying rats because they compete for nesting and feeding sites of other birds. It's hard to eliminate them, but you can take steps to reduce their numbers.
Radio interview source: Bill Thompson, Bird Expert Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   Finches, cardinals, and woodpeckers are pesky birds, but are often more...
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Ever wonder what might go "bump in the night" in your backyard? Well, with the advent of technology and inspiration from the hunting community, wonder no more. The proof is in the digital...
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Michigan resident and hobby photographer Lynne Kasey submitted a series of vibrant bird photos she's taken around her property. Enjoy her breathtaking shots!
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Housing birds isn't as easy as putting up a birdhouse; take these tips into consideration!
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Keep these charming creatures on your acreage with these tips.
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The framework of an old greenhouse, some birdseed and a hops plant create a bird paradise.
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Living in the country means you share your property with deer, foxes, or even bears. Our readers share photos of their favorite wild neighbors.
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Our readers have posted hundreds of fantastic photos on our Facebook page. Here are a few of our favorite chicken-related pictures.
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It's illegal to possess any part of a bald eagle. The law protects them even if they're not alive. If you find the body of an eagle, you have to contact law enforcement. Radio interview...

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