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Bird Feeding Secrets! (Instant download)

(11 customer reviews)

$14.99

Answers to the 37 Most Commonly Asked Questions About Attracting Birds To YOUR Backyard! (Written by Scott Keller – Bird Watching HQ)

My goal for this book is to take someone who has never fed birds before and know more than 90% of other enthusiasts by the time they are finished reading.
Read below for more information, and to learn about my GUARANTEE for this book.

Are you tired of wasting your time searching the Internet, trying to find useful information about feeding birds?

 

What if there was one resource that could teach you everything you need to successfully attract birds to your backyard while preventing “pests,” such as squirrels and starlings?

 

Let me introduce you to:

 

“Bird Feeding Secrets”

 

I have spent the last four years writing hundreds of articles about backyard bird feeding. Along the way, I have learned a great deal, but for someone coming to Bird Watching HQ for the first time, the vast amount of information can be overwhelming!

 

To help organize the content, I have written “Bird Feeding Secrets,” which takes the most important information regarding feeding birds and delivers it to you in an easy to read format.

 

Who is this eBook for?

 

This book is perfect for people that are beginners when it comes to backyard bird feeding. After reading, you should have a great understanding of the most important topics.  Here is a sampling of some things we will cover:

 

  • The types of bird feeders and which birds they attract.

 

  • The foods you should (and shouldn’t be using) in your backyard, so you don’t waste your money on birdseed that will NEVER be eaten.

 

  • How to keep “pests,” such as squirrels and starlings AWAY from your bird feeding station, so you can avoid countless hours of frustration.

 

  • Hummingbirds basics. Simple tips that are proven to bring more of these winged beauties into your backyard!

 

  • Easy strategies you can implement to attract your favorite birds, such as Northern Cardinals, goldfinches, orioles, and bluebirds!

 

  • And many more hacks designed to help your attract MORE birds with LESS frustration!

 

I am confident you will find “Bird Feeding Secrets” helpful.

 

In fact, I will even guarantee that it’s worth your money.

 

If you purchase the book and don’t think it’s worth EVERY penny, simply send me an email within 30 days of purchase and I will provide a refund, no questions asked!

 

More questions?

 

No problem. Just send me an email at [email protected], and we will be happy to answer.

 

*Once purchased, you will receive an email that includes a PDF attachment of this eBook.*

11 reviews for Bird Feeding Secrets! (Instant download)

  1. Margaret (verified owner)

    I’ve found this to be an incredible resource for information regarding the dos and dont’s to successful backyard bird feeding. I’ve attracted so many different birds to my yard with the guidance of this book and your page. Even my husband has commented on it!

  2. Manette Messenger (verified owner)

    This book is straightforward, perfect for beginners, and has lots of beautiful pictures of birds and feeding stations. I read the first 54 pages on feeding birds in about an hour! Highly recommend.

  3. Lois (verified owner)

    The information in the Bird Feeding Secrets pdf was very helpful. Before reading it I was wasting a great deal of money trying to decide what to buy to feed the birds and wondering why so much was ending up on the ground wasted along with my hard earned money. In addition it helped me know what kind of seed to put out for the particular birds I have in my back yard. The Bird Feeding Secrets pdf gave me great ideas on how to store my bird food so it stays fresh and it answered my questions on the best type of feeders to use. I highly recommend the Bird Feeding Secrets. Even if you have been feeding birds for a long time you will find many delightful new ideas.

  4. Beth Orman (verified owner)

    First, I want to thank you for taking the time to study, experiment, try something and then try again, until you came up with this wonderful set of both instructions and explanations. And the photos – !! How wonderful they are! I’ve struggled with options for feeding (toss it all out on a deck and watch the squirrels eat most of it versus hanging feeders that may not be used by some of the common visitors). Your advice is helping me set up options that finally work.

    To the extent I can, given the terrain I have to work with, I’m beginning to copy your standing feeder design. I’m pretty sure I can come close and I’m really looking forward to it.

    Again, thank you. I love watching birds, don’t have a problem with my local owls, Cooper’s hawks, red-shouldered hawks, or foxes (can’t say the same for the neighbor’s cat), and I believe I’m helping creatures that would struggle otherwise. I love your book.

  5. Rosanne Stead (verified owner)

    As a relatively new bird feeding fan, I have enjoyed receiving your emails. I used your recommendations to purchase feeders and binoculars, and have enjoyed your bird cams!

    I purchased your book, Bird Feeding Secrets, just as a flock of 30+ starlings invaded our feeding station. I live in a neighborhood called Squirrel Hill so I was already battling with a scurry of gymnastic squirrels. There are so many squirrels that they take turns being obsessed with trying to get food from our squirrel-proof feeders, scaring other birds as they find ways to fly, leap, and hang upside down to reach the feeders. All of our feeders were filled with no mess seeds – a great variety for a wonderful variety of birds.

    After reading your tip that starlings, other blackbirds, squirrels, and sparrows don’t really like safflower seeds, I switched our main feeders to safflower. I installed another feeder with cracked corn only, far from the first feeding station, as you recommended. It took a few days for the usual birds visitors to get used to the change to safflower, but all but one have adapted. (Unfortunately, one daily visitor I loved, the 10″ red bellied woodpecker, hasn’t returned. We have suet feeders, too, but we haven’t seen him since we switched.) But the big success is that the squirrels, starlings and many sparrows, have migrated to the corn feeder. The remaining visiting birds are free to eat at their original feeders without being persecuted.

    Thank you so much for your detailed advice and for solving our problem!

  6. Kevin Ann H

    I was absolutely thrilled to get this great resource! Thank you so much for doing all this work for me and other bird watchers. I found this document easy to read and understand and chock full of great tips and facts. I completely changed my bird seed and feeding stations as a result.

    Today saw 3 Eastern Bluebirds; 2 Downy woodpeckers, Brown Thrashers, Robins, x finches, x wrens, x sparrows and some birds I do not know at all yet. And, for once, no squirrels.

    Thank you so much. I highly recommend this book. Kevin H Ph.D., MSN, RN Chapel Hill, NC

  7. Tom G. (verified owner)

    I found the book full of good information for getting started and maintaining a bird feeding station. Many of the situations mentioned I have experienced. It is well written and easy to read. It reads like a friend talking to you and telling you their experiences and what they learned. I would recommend it for anyone who wants to experience the most from attracting birds to their feeder.

    It is a good source if you are just starting with your first bird feeder or have bird feeders and looking for solutions and other ways to feed the birds you want and avoid those that are not desirable and squirrels.

    Also, thanks for the bird cams. I do enjoy watching them and seeing the birds up close.

  8. Susan (verified owner)

    I don’t remember how I found your Bird Watching HQ website but I’m so glad I did. Yes I put up a bird feeder and had a few birds visiting it. Then I found your website and loved watching your feeder. I read your posting and started doing some of things you suggested and saw some different birds visiting my feeders. When I saw your posting about your e-book, I purchased as soon as it became available. I took you advice about how to clean the feeder and the supplies you use. Yes I bought it all. It does make it easier. The one bird I wanted to see was blue jays. I looked it up in your book to see what kinds of food they like and the best feeder for them and now I see blue jays all around my property. I highly recommend the Bird Watching HQ book and website. I was amazed at the amount of birds he has visiting his feeders. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. It is very helpful.

  9. Terry Stevens (verified owner)

    Thank you for publishing information about our Midwest birds. I’m planning to implement your suggestions for attracting the birds that I want most in my backyard. I have a real squirrel problem, but I also love squirrels! They are just a little pesty around my bird feeders. Loved your ideas about putting in something just for the squirrels. Your Bird Feeding Secrets publication is a great reference and would recommend to anyone wanting to set up a “birding” area in their yards!

  10. Keith

    I’ve been following Scott’s blog and have learned a lot from it. This ebook has allowed me continue my education on starting up a birding station. There is a lot of stuff out there and as we know, most of it is consumer sales junk. I trust Scott and will trust what he has learned and documented, so I don’t have to go through the hassel and money to learn myself. This is a great ebook for someone who is starting and still learning the types of seeds, feeders, placement and some do’s and don’ts. Understand this can be a very addictive hobby and the money spent on information can save your money on birding accessories and feed.

  11. Pamela Anthony (verified owner)

    Thank you, Scott, for taking the time to put this information together for like minded people. Over the years, I’ve become very active in bird watching and creating a bird feeding oasis in my yard, complete with pond and waterfall, dual birdbaths (one for bathing; one for drinking. Although I doubt the birds care) and many different feeders for a large variety of birds. I also make it point to include some nice treats for a small group of crows that live near by. Your ebook was very informative and helpful with my decisions on how I can improve my area. This year I plan on adding some berry bushes for the birds that don’t quite care for seeds. Thank you again. I look forward to reading more of your work and valuing your great advise.

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