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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.
Hummingbirds, flying jewels of the garden. Every Spring they bless us with their presence. Discover the world of hummers in your gardens and how to attract more.
American robin, one of the most common birds of North America. What makes this harbinger of spring a backyard favorite?
Some simple Construction and Maintenance of your bird house or nest box now will insure years of life for your boxes and feeders. How important is ventilation, placement and more.