Natural Homes for Backyard Birds

Create a welcoming habitat for birds in your backyard by giving them cozy places for nest-building and raising their young.

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Birds like to build nests in deciduous trees with bare trunks and dense canopies; in terms of safety from predation, the more mature the tree, the better.

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