Thursday, March 13, 2008

Feed Birds in March

Chart From Cornell Lab

March is the most difficult month for surving in most of North America. The supplies of natural foods are at lowest levels of the year, and it is too early for the next crop of seeds, fruits, berries, and insects.

Birds will respond more readily to feeder foods offered in March than at any other time of the year. Though birds are not dependent on feeders for their survival (studies have shown that birds glean 75 percent of their daily food from the wild, even when feeder foods are available), feeding them in March will make life a little easier for them, and under severe conditions, may even save them from starvation.

Provide fresh drinking water, some brush and trees to protect them and you will be surprised how long they will hang around.

1 comment:

Kamagra said...

It is great problem. This problem need to be reduced.


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