Bird Feeding Tips In the Summer
Summertime feeding helps reduce the stress of nesting at a time when natural seed supplies are at their lowest. Here are some bird feeding tips to make summertime bird feeding pleasurable for you and the birds:
Remember to clean your nectar feeder frequently! Sugar solutions can quickly ferment in the hot sun. Clean your feeder thoroughly with a
bottle brush before refilling. It would be best to clean your nectar feeder at least once a week, and more often in hot weather.
If wild birds are creating a mess of shells and seeds under your feeder, consider adding a seed tray to catch all the debris. It eliminates waste and adds extra space for birds to land and eat. Clean your wild bird feeders once every two weeks.
Bird Feeding Tips Beyond Summer
In the late fall and winter, heavy snowfalls bury natural sources of wild bird food. In addition, most of the lush berry and seed-laden vegetation of spring and summer has withered and blown away, and most insect species are either dead or dormant. Because food is scarce, winter bird feeding tips are extremely important.
In the springtime, feeding provides the supplemental nourishment that birds need to recover from migration.
Take care of your feathered friends with fall bird feeding tips and winter bird feeding tips, and springtime bird feeding tips from Birdfeeders.com.
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