Make Your Yard a Winter Destination with Suet Cakes
While suet is not essential for birds' survival, it serves as a crucial supplement during harsh winters. In an interview with Tamara Browning at Radiant Life magazine, Emma Bennett, WBFI Executive Director, shares valuable insights on keeping your feathered friends happy during the winter months with the delightful addition of suet cakes. Check out our blog for detailed insights on making your yard a winter haven for birds through the magic of suet cakes. Join us in nurturing the well-being of our feathered companions!
WBFI Member Spotlight – Randall Putz WBFI is proud to spotlight Randall Putz, Owner of Chirp Nature Center, a dedicated member of the Wild Bird Feeding Institute, and a member of the WBFI Scientific Industry Response (SIR) committee. Nature has been an integral part of Randall Putz’s life, stemming from his upbringing in a nature-loving…
5 Ways to Celebrate National Bird Day National Bird Day, celebrated each year on January 5th, is the opportune moment to reflect on the wonders of our feathered friends and acknowledge the challenges they face in our rapidly changing world. From the vibrant cardinals in your backyard to the pigeons gracefully navigating city parks,…
Wild Bird Feeding Institute has created resources to promote proper feeding practices for bird-feeding hobbyists and members. Learn about how you can promote smart practices such as properly cleaning your feeders to help prevent the spread of disease:
Members of WBFI have access to an exclusive info hub of resources including the latest research on best feeding practices and additional assets that can be customized for your business.
The Wild Bird Feeding Institute’s (WBFI) marketing campaign, #FeedTheBirds is an ongoing marketing initiative to highlight the benefits of the birds feeding hobby.
This campaign focuses on the mental health benefits of bird feeding. Several studies prove birds help lower stress, anxiety, and depression. With technology becoming more pervasive, and society’s concern with mental wellness, we think interacting with birds is a natural remedy.
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