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Bird Watcher's Digest. Garden Birds is an immensely informative, beautifully illustrated, comprehensive guide to transforming any garden into a haven for birds. The Philadelphia Inquirer.
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Proctor, Noble S; Walker, Cyril Alexander; Parmenter, Tim. Publication date. Bird attracting, Garden animals. Page 50,51 text cut off in gutter.
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For each there is a page with a mediocre painting, a range map, and a basic description including its habits, food and vegetation preferences, nest, how to attract it, etc. Although an expansive philosophy is commendable it is stretching the imagination to consider a few of these species, such as green-backed heron or red-tailed hawk, as garden birds. Brief introductory sections touch on the bird garden, gardening for birds, food and feeders, and birdhouses. It is a virtue that birds of the East and West are included.
Bibliography: p. 157. Personal Name: Parmenter, Tim. Personal Name: Walker, Cyril.
Proctor, Noble S. Publication, Distribution, et. Emmaus, Pa. Bibliography: p. Rubrics: Garden animals Bird attracting.
Features 100 of the most popular American garden birds Expert advice on how to make your garden more attractive to birds Useful tips for backyard bird. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.
Attracting a variety of birds to your garden can also result in competition between species. Great tips about how to provide more friendly area to attract more birds into my garden. You may find that you prefer some birds over others. Monitor the habits of the birds in your area and cater your garden to attract specific species. Do not use insecticides in your garden. Insects are an extremely important part of the diet for many bird species.
Bird-attracting basics. Shelter: Aim for complex layers of plants with differing heights. Grow low bushes in groups to provide a patch of dense understorey for small birds to nest or shelter in. Water: A shallow dish, safe from predators, is enough if you keep the water fresh and clean. Ponds need rocks, branches or shallow edges for perching.