Step 1: Habitat
Step 2: Feeders
Another factor is the type of feeder. Some places require special feeders, because of squirels that are a nuisance and scare all the birds away, but on the other hand, some places might not have squirels, so they can just use a regular feeder.
Finally, we have location. just like the house feeders should be near low hangin limbs where birds can wait for turns on the feeder. Fedder can either be hung on a ground feed, or on a low branch.
Step 3: Food
The different types of food depend mostly on 3 things. The first factor is the region. Some regions need different types of food, because the birds in one region might have a different liking then a different bird of the same species in a different region.
Another factor is the size of the bird. For example since Cardinals have bigger and stronger beaks allowing them to crush bigger seeds like sunflower seeds, where as a Chickadee, which has a smaller beak, might have to eat smaller food.
The final factor of different types of food are the species of birds you are trying to attract. Just like the regions some species of birds like different feeds than other birds. One good way to see what birds a feed will attract is to look at the types of birds that the package says it will attract.
Step 4: Housing
The size of the bird house is a huge factor, because smaller birds like to live in smaller and more cozy houses, while bigger birds need a bigger house, so that they can move around. Having the wrong size house is kind of like not haveing a bird house at all.
Location of a house is another huge factor. This is because birds like a place near a lot of shrubs or a garden that they can use as a place to eat. Also, some birds might like it as a place of protection from larger birds.
Step 5: Water
When having water in a yard it is very key that you check the water every once in a while for mosquito larva. If you do spot any Mosquito larva in your bird bath, just simply dump the water and refill the bath.
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