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Backyard Habitat and Feeding
Bringing birds to your backyard is a great way to learn identification and watch the behavior of a some very fascinating wild animals. Anyone can invite birds in for closer view whether you acres of property or just a small balcony. Here are some suggestions on what you can do.
mockingbird with a berry in its beak
Northern Mockingbird
©Will Stewart
Some Helpful Web Sites:
Audubon at Home
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Great Plants for Attracting Birds in Piedmont NC
PLANT: Piedmont Landscape and Naturescape Training
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