I know, doing birding is not an easy duck soup but still I want to have a bird farm. I'm all engaged to set up a bird farm and juz becoz I'm a rookie here I'm ain't sure that all these set ups I'm doing is going in a right way or not. I'm desperately looking out for some really great bird friendly tips to create DIY seed feeders, making nectar, pick the best plants for the local birds, and more to make the green space bird-friendly. Is there anyone out here who can help me on this? Any replies on this will be highly appreciated
Post by Jake Anderson on Jan 18, 2017 10:55:15 GMT
Hey tobick jones...
Which bird you breed at your bird farm? The bird farm I'm running consists only silver wood duck for now which looks somehow like this : www.hilltopfarmsny.com/hilltopfarms-bdy2-silver-woodduck.html It's only been 4 months I'm doing birdings so looking forward to add other breeds in the farm soon Coming to your query, I have never had to create or build any seed feeders or nectar, manually. I feed them via demand feeder kit which is more convenient compared to the feeder you build at home.