Plants to Attract Birds
Baffles and Poles
Squirrel Corn Feeder
Bird Bath, Heated Automatic
You can derive many benefits from landscaping to attract birds to
Increased Wildlife Populations
You can probably double the number of bird species using your
property with a good landscaping plan.
By carefully arranging your conifer and hardwood trees, you can
lower winter heating and summer cooling bills for your house.
Certain landscape plants can prevent soil erosion.
A good landscaping plan contributes to a beautiful, natural setting
around your home that is pleasing to people as well as birds.
Wildlife photography is a wonderful hobby for people of all ages.
Try keeping a list of all the birds you see in your yard or from your yard. Some people have counted nearly 20 species of birds in their yard!
Natural Insect Control
Birds such as tree swallows, house wrens, brown thrashers and orioles eat a variety of insects.
Some plants that attract wildlife are also appealing to humans. People an wildlife can share cherries, chokecherries, strawberries, and crab apples.
A good landscaping plan can greatly increase the value of your property by adding natural beauty and an abundance of wildlife.
Habitat for Kids
Some of the best wildlife habitats are the best habitats for young people to discover the wonders of nature. A backyard bird habitat can stimulate young people to develop a lifelong interest in wildlife and conservation.