Enjoy a beautiful garden bed full of color and texture. As a bonus, you'll attract birds and butterflies, too.
Welcome feathered friends with a garden plan bursting with bird-attracting plants.
Make this easy DIY bird house from a single pine board. Use the simple bird house plans from Lowe's to cut and assemble the bird house for bluebirds or cardinals.
Here's a plan for a bird feeder that you can make from the scraps left over from other jobs.
Lure your feathered friends to the backyard with a handsome homemade bird feeder. These bird feeder plans and video make building this DIY bird feeder simple.
Learn the answers to some of the most common questions people ask about feeding birds in their yards.
Add some fine-feathered fun to the holidays with this easy-to-make bird ornament fashioned out of newspaper.
The type of feeder you choose and the feed you provide determines the type of birds that are attracted.
Discover some great ways to enjoy birding in your own backyard.
Invite birds and other wildlife to dinner with enchanting outdoor displays.
Learn how to attract birds by putting out seeds and also by growing the plants they like to eat in the Southeast
Use flowers, trees, and other plants to attract birds to your yard.
Beckon birds to your yard by adding a birdbath and seeking out plantings that will provide food or shelter for your avian friends.
The sight and sound of birds in your yard can be uplifting and joyous. Here are some easy tips to attract biords to your garden.
Mother Nature knows how to privide a nutritious buffet for our native birds. Here are some tips for encouraging avian visitors the natural way.