November is a fantastic month for birdwatchers. As the leaves change colors and the air gets crisp, many bird species embark on their incredible journeys southward. Whether you're a local birder or a traveler seeking the best birding destinations, this guide will help you discover where to go and what species to look out for during this wonderful season.
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Winter is just around the corner, and it's time to help our feathered friends get ready for the cold months ahead. Birds need a lot of energy to stay warm in winter, and one way we can help them is by keeping food fresh, dry, and most importantly, available.
Partnering with the Cornell Lab, Wingscapes is ready to inform and inspire bird enthusiasts about the importance of backyard birding, as well as how fun and simple it can be. This partnership offers a unique combination of education, expertise, and creative products to help the for the birding community enjoy the birds visiting their backyard.
Whether you're an experienced birder or simply captivated by nature's wonders, our top 10 reasons to invest in a Wingscapes BirdCamera will illuminate why this device is a game-changer. Get ready to experience a "bird's eye view" like never before.
Gardening can be a rewarding and enjoyable hobby, but did you know that you can also make a positive impact on the environment by creating a wildlife-friendly garden? By providing food, water, shelter, and habitat for native wildlife species, you can help support the biodiversity of your local ecosystem and promote a healthy and sustainable environment. In this blog, we will explore how and why to create a wildlife-friendly garden.
Hummingbirds are one of the most fascinating creatures in the animal kingdom. With their incredible speed and agility, these tiny birds are a wonder to behold. But did you know that you can attract these beautiful birds to your own yard? In this blog, we'll explore some fascinating facts about hummingbirds and give you some tips on how to attract them to your yard.
Birding, the art of observing birds in their natural habitats, is a popular hobby enjoyed by many. While it may seem like just a fun pastime, birding has been shown to have numerous mental health benefits, including reducing anxiety levels.
We are all familiar with the classic story tale, but have you ever actually met someone who all animals just seem to naturally migrate too? Meet Lisa Eason.