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Native Trees of the Northeast and Great Lakes covers a wide range and offers beauty in your gardens and food and protection for birds and other wildlife. Go native
By choosing the right Bird Feeders, you too can attract and feed several species of birds
Suet is a high source of energy for your birds. Offer it, and watch the birds come........
Millet is an ideal seed for your ground feeding birds. Toss it on the ground or offer it on a tray feeder.
Feed Corn to ground feeding birds like juncos and dove. Keep sparrows from your feeders