GET WILD ABOUT WOODPECKERS! Close to twenty species of woodpeckers live in North America. Most woodpeckers live all year in the same area and don’t migrate. Woodpeckers can be found in a variety of habitats including farmlands, open woodlands, orchards, oak and pine woods, parks and gardens. Woodpeckers are very beneficial to our environment. They […]


ATTRACTING THOSE ADORABLE WARBLERS ….Compliments of Wild Birds Forever Warblers bring welcome motion and sound to our gardens in summer. You may have overheard many avid birders boast about seeing a “Yellow -Rumped Warbler” or an “Orange-Crowned Warbler” on one of their birding expeditions. There are many species of warblers in North America with elaborate […]

Purple Martins

ATTRACTING PURPLE MARTINS ….Compliments of Wild Birds Forever Purple martins aren’t purple at all. They’re glossy deep blue, almost black with a forked tail. Early native Americans prized the purple martin and offered houses for them in the form of hollowed out gourds. Martins are beautiful, graceful, clean, interesting and beneficial birds. Their bubbling chirps […]


GO NUTTY FOR NUTHATCHES! ….Compliments of Wild Birds Forever Nuthatches are dapper little birds that have the peculiar habit of traveling head-first down tree trunks. This unusual posture allows them to search bark crevices for insects overlooked by other birds who move along trees head first. Nuthatches are valuable birds to have around. They keep […]


ATTRACTING THE NORTHERN MOCKINGBIRD ….Compliments of Wild Birds Forever Of all North American birds, the Mockingbird is by far, the most famed for its vocal imitations. Besides its own rapturous song, the mockingbird’s repertoire has been known to include over 40 different sounds including the barking of a dog. Mockingbirds can be fiercely territorial during […]