The Problem: Indoor Cats Outdoors There are more than 90 million pet cats in the U.S. and most of these spend at least part of their time roaming around outside. When you add to this number the millions of feral and stray cats that roam our cities, suburbs and rural areas, you start to see the damage they can do. Scientists estimate that free-roaming cats kill hundreds of … [Read more...] about Please Keep Your Indoor Cats Indoors
Archives for November 2008
New Bird Feeders Are Great At This Time Of Year Let's face it. Winter is the time that wild birds need us the most. Naturally occurring food sources are all but gone and they need to find ways to replace them. Add to this their increased energy demands to keep them warm and you've got the makings of a rush on your existing bird feeding stations. Having overcrowded feeders … [Read more...] about New Bird Feeders For Your Backyard Birds
Bird Watching Binoculars Are Great Gifts There is no bigger thrill for a birding enthusiast than to see birds in their backyard or in the field up close. Having a good pair of bird watching binoculars handy is essential for quick identification of each species. Plus, it gives you an appreciation of their beauty not possible with the naked eye. I can't tell you how many … [Read more...] about Bird Watching Binoculars Make Great Cheap Christmas Gifts
Every morning and every evening I have Northern Cardinals at my feeder. I get a few during the day but the most traffic comes at these times. I could set my watch by them. This came in handy when sick House Finches were taking over my squirrel-proof hopper feeder. … [Read more...] about How And What Are You Feeding Your Northern Cardinals?