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You may not realize what great good you are doing when you sit back and enjoy the wild birds you have attracted to your outdoor space with feeders and bird baths.

Here are some of the benefits:
  1. Helping wild birds survive during harsh winter weather.
  2. This improves their success for early nesting, more eggs layed, healthier chicks.
  3. Birds eat unwanted bugs in your backyard.
  4. Birds, like the bees, have a positive impact on plant pollination.
  5. Birds also eat weed seeds.
  6. Keeps you healthy by creating a healthy, enjoyable pasttime.
  7. Backyard bird feeding is a great opportunity for those who are "shut-in" due to health or age to enjoy a bit of nature.
  8. Water can be difficult for wild birds to find during freezing winter months and a heated bird bath can fill that need.
  9. Your backyard bird sanctuary helps to make up for all the habitat loss wild birds are experiencing.
  10. Bird feeding is an opportunity for learning and understanding.
  11. Developing your outdoor space to a natural state, growing wildflowers and native plants, benefits the birds and the whole cycle of outdoor life.
  12. Feeding wild birds helps people to understand the benefits of not using pesticides and other chemicals for the health of the earth and water systems.
  13. The feeders outside your windows can give your inside pets hours of entertainment.
  14. Backyard feeding stations provide migrating birds with a place to refuel and rest.
As a result of all the good you generate as a backyard bird watcher, I would like to thank you for choosing to participate in this glorious activity.

You may not consider yourself a conservationist, but in reality you are. 

I consider it a priviledge and it is a joy to be able to participate with all of you in this adventure we undertake each day.
 
THANK YOU! 

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Treats Birds Will Love All Year

Should You Feed Wild Birds Treats?

Absolutely! 

Not the food items we call treats, candy and chocolate, but treats made with peanut butter, suet, nuts and seeds will be much appreciated and enjoyed!

There is a much wider variety of food you can use to make dining a pleasure for your backyard birds too.

A "birdy-banquet" of culinary delights are to be discovered on WildBirdScoop.com for keeping your wild birds menu interesting and great fun for you and any youngsters in your life! 

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Until the next issue wishing you abundant wild birds! 

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Happy Birding!


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