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Feeder pests like squirrels can take the fun out of backyard birding. Let the joy of feeding birds return when you follows these tips to prevent unwanted feeder guests
The American Painted Lady is one of our most common butterflies. Found through out the 48 states and lower Canada you can attract it to your gardens..
The Great Spangled Fritillary Is found throughout the United States, except for the extreme South. It is also found in extreme southern Canada.
Orchard Mason Bees are non-aggressive and will sting only if handled roughly or if it should get trapped under clothing.
Planting a Hummingbird Garden that you and your birds enjoy.