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Welcome to the wild birds page at BirdChannel.com. Here you’ll find articles, photos, information and more on all things wild birds and birdwatching. BirdChannel.com is eager to share the pleasure and joy of backyard birds and birding to the pet bird community. BirdChannel.com is dedicated to everything bird, both pet and wild, and we strive to provide the best for beginner and intermediate birdwatchers everywhere.

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Backyard Birding
Do you love the birds that visit your back yard and want to attract more? Before you start, find out everything you need to know on how to attract back yard birds with BirdChannel.com’s Back Yard Birding articles. Learn what type of bird seed to purchase, which feeders a certain species is more inclined to visit, and so much more.

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Birding Tips & Equipment

Birding Tips & Equipment
If you’re interested in taking your birding to the next level, check out the Birding Tips & Equipment section. You’ll find articles and tips on how to be a better birder and photographer,  how to use your camera to ID birds and the latest on optics. Find out what birds are must-sees and what experts predict for the future of birding.

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Birding Hotspots
You can see birds practically anywhere, but there are places in the United States that are bird smorgasbords. Check out these birding hotspots and get a glimpse at what birds you’ll see when you visit. From Nevada, to the northwest, to the beaches of Georgia, you’ll know where to plan your next birding vacation in the Birding Hotspots section.

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Wild Bird Conservation

Wild Bird Conservation
Wild birds need your help! Find out how to help wild birds, with 25 conservation tips anyone can do, as well a guide on how to create a wildlife garden for your avian visitors. Check out the efforts of corporations to help wild birds, as well as how nationwide efforts have saved certain species. You’ll find it all in the Wild Bird Conservation section.

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Wild Bird Wallpapers & Screen Savers
Bring wild birds to your desktop screen today with our selection of wild bird wallpapers and screensavers. 

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What a beautiful hummingbird in the first picture frame.
janet, henderson, NV
Posted: 3/27/2014 5:20:37 PM
Have you ever done any research on feral birds, or feral bird communities? What does befall of birds that escape, or are released, into the wild?
Patricia, Waukegan, IL
Posted: 11/6/2013 5:42:14 PM
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