National Bird Day

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Oh friends! During these freezing months I like to dream of spring in the mountains. There is nothing better than sitting on my front porch with a cup of coffee on a dewy morning and watching the birds flutter about. Last fall I began doing some research on native birds because it was important to me that I was maintaining a sustainable environment for my flighted friends as the winter months ushered in a barren milieu. Luckily, knowledgeable NC State extension agents from across the state have curated a wealth of knowledge on native birds, their habitats, and even backyard bird feeders.

So, to honor National Bird Day, here are just a few links to help you learn more about native North Carolina birds!! Or stop by our office to gather some informational resources from our “Wall of Knowledge” at 100 Jackson Park Road in Hendersonville, NC.

https://content.ces.ncsu.edu/songbirds

https://lee.ces.ncsu.edu/2019/04/gardening-for-the-birds-2/

https://anson.ces.ncsu.edu/2021/12/backyard-bird-feeders/

https://gardening.ces.ncsu.edu/wildlife-5/birds/