Don't you just love hummingbirds? As a family of birds, they really are quite remarkable and unique. For one thing, they are so tiny you just might mistake them for a large insect. The Cuban Hummer is the smallest bird in the world. In the...
The truth about ducks, the creepiest, vilest bird, revealing everything you never wanted to know about ducks but didn't even think of asking.
All animals have a kindred and symbolic connection to each and every one of us. Some are stronger than others depending upon who we are, where we come from and where we are going in this journey of life. However, we have the capability to connect with every animal species on this earth and to be...
Ravens and crows are so alike, yet different. They have interesting symbolic value and are such curious creatures. Read more about ravens and crows and what it means when you see them frequently.
Attracting hummingbirds and orioles to your garden is an added to treat to the joy of birdwatching! The blur of hummingbird wings as they hover over your feeder will provide hours of enjoyment as will the attentions of magnificent orange and black orioles visiting your garden for a sip of your...
Songbirds are the delight of anyone who enjoys the sweet melodies they share. The Northern Cardinal is one of the most delightful birds, by song and color, that bird lovers will enjoy.
Now that you have started your journey by taking the state required test, finding a sponsor, passing the inspection and trapping your first bird you have the manning process. The fun beings here.
NC is home to at least 8 species of woodpeckers. These birds are brilliantly colored and many are easy to attract into your back yard.
The Peacock has an important place in Indian art, architectures and mythology. It symbolizes, royalty and divinity. India loves colours, and the Peacock truly represents it, by its beauty and elegance. One can find Peacock figures in ancient monuments, sculptures, fabric, handicrafts, jewelleries.
Plants, feeders and birdhouses for attracting bluebirds in your yard -- and getting them to stay.