Tough Month for Wildlife March is the most difficult month of the year for birds to find adequate food to survive winter in most of North America. That's because the supplies of natural food....last year's seeds, fruits, berries and insect eggs and larvae...are at their lowest levels after months of birds feeding on them.
Pesticides and Birds Citizen scientists spur investigation of possible link between pesticides and unhatched eggs
Reduce Yard Pests the Nontoxic Way As bird lovers and stewards of our environment, we can use natural remedies to improve the quality of our landscape. Provides a list of alternatives to artificial pesticides.
Hummingbirds are one of my favorite visitors in my backyard. I can watch for hours the wee birds frolicking in my garden, and I often do from the comfort of my hammock placed nearby. Many times, the wee hummingbirds have become as curious about me in my garden as I have become about them. Each time I am so amazed when the birds check me out in such a trusting way.
UnPave the Way for Hummingbirds You can attract hummingbirds to your yard and help them along on their long journey by providing a hummingbird feeder with sugar water and by planting a hummingbird garden to provide natural nectar plants too!
Birds, Birds, Birds The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the principal Federal agency charged with protecting and enhancing the populations and habitat of more than 800 species of birds that spend all or part of their lives in the United States.
Building Backyard Habitats in Louisiana Did you know that watching wildlife is one of the fastest growing activities in this country? Did you know that you can create a habitat for wildlife right in your own backyard --- whether you have an apartment balcony in the city or a large backyard in the suburbs?
Audubon in Louisiana Group connects Louisiana citizens with nature through education and experience on the land.