FIELD NOTES - BIRD

    Acres of Wisdom from Morrison's.


    Fall & Winter Birds

    As fall approaches, and we begin to see a decline in the amount of Hummingbirds and Orioles visiting our feeders, it begs the question: what birds will be sticking around as the seasons change and winter arrives? Here are just some of the birds you can expect to see at your feeders even when the snow begins to fall.Read more...

    How to Feed the Birds with Limited Space

    Even if you have a small backyard, or if you only have a balcony, taking care of your bird friends is not impossible. With these tips you can start bird feeding, with ease. Just keep in mind that your little friends are looking for three things: food, water, and shelter.Read more...

    Attract Cardinals to Your Yard

    With its gorgeous, bright red feathers the Northern Cardinal is one of the most sought after birds for any back yard. So, how do you attract these beautiful birds to your feeders?Read more...

    Attract Chickadees to Your Yard

    Black-capped chickadees are our state bird, and with its signature song and small stature it’s easy to see why everyone wants them to come visit their yard. So, how do you attract these active little birds to your feeders?Read more...

    Don't Forget About our Feathered Friends

    Winter has arrived and has brought with it snow and freezing cold temperatures. While for us this means bundling up and dealing with that headache of shoveling, for our feathered friends, winter is a time where food and water are scarce, and survival is difficult. So, what can we do to help the wild birds survive the harshness of winter?Read more...

    Attract Hummingbirds to Your Yard

    The Ruby Throated hummingbird is Massachusetts’ smallest bird, and with its unmistakable coloring and rapidly moving wings it’s also one our favorites. So, what do hummingbirds prefer to see in your yard?Read more...