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About these Posters
This colourful poster features 15 birds found throughout most of Canada. It provides information on how to attract them to your garden by adding the plants that offer them their favourite food and shelter.
Come one, come all
Whether you’re hoping to attract a certain species or invite an assortment of Canada’s native birds to your yard, it is important to learn the facts about how to be successful in creating your outdoor habitat.
Where to Start
Choosing different plants with a range of heights, shapes and sizes is valuable to your habitat as it will diversify the kinds of food that you are supplying to the birds. Like people, birds have certain needs and preferences in their diet and by creating an assorted selection you can help these species thrive.
How It Will Help
With current the knowledge we have of our changing climate and ever expanding urban development, it essential that we continue to preserve the habitats that our native species are familiar with. Discover the specific needs, and educate yourself on how to maintain a habitable space for not only our feathered friends, but for an ecosystem at risk.
Order your Wild About Birds poster today for more information on each of the species and how to help!
Wild About Birds II is similar to our first bird poster Wild About Birds in many ways, but this one features 15 new species from across the country. It has beautiful illustrations and lots of information on how you can attract these different species to your garden using plating techniques and ideal shelter sites.
A Delicious Diversity
Bird feeders can attract birds to your garden, but to meet more than just the needs of a few species, planting is the best way to diversify the variety that will visit your garden. Many birds require insects throughout the season, so learn which assortments of native trees, shrubs and perennials will begin to provide a greater variety of food for your flock.
Be sure that while attracting birds to your garden, you aren’t subjecting them to urban dangers such as family pets, windows or doors. Take precautions to adjust the placement of your feeders so they stay clear from windows and are out of range for the family pets.