Wild Bird Education

 

Education Landing

Nothing is more exciting than spotting a new or rare bird at your feeder, or learning to distinguish between individual birds and their personalities. There are more than 50 million birders in the United States, making it one of the most popular hobbies in the world. Feeding wild birds is easy to enjoy for people of all ages, and is a popular family activity that can lead to a rewarding and lifelong hobby.

Birds identify their food with their sense of sight. The KAYTEE Regional Blends are mixed for easy seed identification and to attract more birds to the feeder. Learn about each ingredient in our specialty blends and how each contributes to a healthier wild bird. Whether your back yard includes large country acreage or a small city patio, learn how to attract more desirable birds to your feeders through smart birdscaping designs and tips.

Visual Based Blends

Birds identify their food with their sense of sight. The KAYTEE Regional Blends are mixed for easy seed identification and to attract more birds to the feeder. 

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Grain Education

Learn about each ingredient in our specialty blends and how each contributes to a healthier wild bird.

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Birdscaping

Whether your bird haven includes large country acreage or a small city patio, learn how to attract more desirable birds to your individual habitat through smart birdscaping designs and tips.

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Get Involved

The Cornell Lab of Orinthology

Check out many of the great tools Cornell Lab of Ornithology offers. You can get involved in several citizen science programs and learn all about the birds in your yard.

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