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Housing birds isn't as easy as putting up a birdhouse; take these tips into consideration!
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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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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Conservation is key Listen to this radio show (MP3 download) or read below. Radio interview source: Craig Alderman, director of marketing, Quail Unlimited When I was a kid, I remember my dad...
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Bird watching takes on a whole new meaning when it's bluebirds you've got your eye on. From building boxes, to setting up trails, to monitoring nests, bluebirding is a hands-on activity....
For Joanne Isenhart, spring officially arrives when she spies the first brilliant flash of color zooming across the sky. That vivid blue streak means her beloved bluebirds have made their way back...
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Learn how to attract friendly feathered friends to your home
Radio interview source: Louise Chambers, program educator, Purple Martin Conservation Association               Listen to the radio...
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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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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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