Bluebird Restoration Association of Wisconsin
" Bringing bluebirds back to Wisconsin since 1986."
Feeding Wild Birds
Winter: ‘Tis the season for feeding birds all across North America, especially in those regions where it gets mighty cold and snowy. If you are a veteran bird feeder, you’ve probably gained lots of insight into the foods your backyard birds prefer. Perhaps you’ve learned through trial and error, or perhaps you did your homework and read up on the subject.
If you are just getting started in bird feeding, or if you are frustrated by a lack of success in attracting winter birds to your feeders, the first thing you need to determine is whether you are feeding the right foods. If you are not giving the birds what they want, you might not have many birds.
Bluebirds for Kids
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I am not the only one who has been asked these questions. So, I opted to post this Children's Bluebird Activity Book as a handy resource of bluebird information for parents, grandparents, and teachers of kids expressing an interest in bluebirds.
Kids are naturally curious about wildlife, especially the birds they see when outdoors. Brightly colored birds draw special attention because of their beautiful plumage.
Recently, my grandson found out that I serve as BRAW's webmaster and began to show interest by asking me lots of questions about bluebirds. Where do they come from? How long do they live? Where can I find them? What do they eat? Why? Why? Why... You get the picture by now.