Birds Keep The Bugs At Bay

During the summer, it’s important to know that birds are eating tons of bugs. They’re feeding their young lots of tasty caterpillars, moths, and more. So, if you want to keep these natural insecticides around your home, please don’t use chemical insecticides. Richard Cole, the founder of Cole’s Wild Bird Products, has some insight about how birds help you keep the bugs at bay.

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  1. Edelgard Friesen says:

    I was reading the article in the Homes magazine in the WRR and found it very informative, TY.
    I always put out suet in the winter and spring , but find it is to hot in the summer. The Squirrels
    get to it before the birds have seen it .
    What to do eh .
    Anyway is there a suet then for the Summer ? I know they have Young ones now and I love watching them in my backyard, Keeping it clean for birds and Rabbits eat here also .
    Looking for suggestions please .
    Best wishes, Edelgard

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