Backyard Birds

Make June Your Month to Fly Away with Backyard Birds!

Male hand holding camera with female hand pointing at birding field guide book

June is a glorious time to step outside and embrace the beauty of the natural world. With warm days, longer hours of daylight, and a vibrant symphony of birdsong, it’s the perfect season to reconnect with nature. Here at Backyard Birds, we’re passionate about helping you experience the joy of the outdoors, and June offers […]

Introducing Think Outside: Where Creativity Takes Flight at Backyard Birds!

Think Outside New Product Line

Calling all nature lovers and design enthusiasts! We at Backyard Birds are thrilled to announce the arrival of a brand-new line of products that will spark your imagination and transform your living spaces: Think Outside! Think Outside isn’t just a name, it’s a philosophy. Their collection features remarkable, handcrafted sculptures, décor, and furniture designed to […]

It’s Baby Bird Season, Help Keep Them Safe with Backyard Birds!

Baby Bird in Nest

Spring has sprung at Backyard Birds, and that means one thing: baby bird season is in full swing! Our feathered friends are busy building nests, laying eggs, and preparing to raise the next generation of songbirds. At Backyard Birds, we’re passionate about creating a welcoming environment for all birds, and that includes protecting their young. […]

February is National Bird-Feeding Month

Winter feeding helps attract wild birds to your backyard

National Bird-Feeding Month is celebrated in the United States during the month of February. This special month was established to educate the public about the wild bird feeding and watching hobby. It serves as a reminder to take extra care of our feathered friends during the harsh winter months, ensuring they have everything they need to thrive. Here are some ways […]

Feed Them and They Will Come

Feed them and they will come - National Bird Feeding Month

Feeding Birds is Important Feeding birds helps to sustain local wild bird populations, especially during the cold, harsh winters and challenging migration periods. During the winter season, you’ll want to make sure your bird feeders are refilled every morning. It’s important to keep feeders full as birds often seek out reliable food sources to help […]

Backyard Birds named a Nextdoor 2023 Neighborhood Fave!

Backyard Birds Voted a Neighborhood Fave in Nextdoor’s 2023 Local Business Awards MATTHEWS, NC, JULY 31, 2023 — Backyard Birds has been named to the winning list of Nextdoor’s 2023 Neighborhood Faves, the only annual awards where neighbors vote to celebrate their favorite local businesses. This year, Neighborhood Fave winners like Backyard Birds will receive greater […]

Hummingbirds have arrived in North Carolina

According to North Carolina State University, only the ruby-throated hummingbird lives throughout the eastern half of the U.S. and southern Canada. Hummingbirds migrate away from North Carolina during colder months and come back when it’s warmer. Migration Hummingbirds generally leave North Carolina when winter comes around, according to North Carolina State University. They spend the […]

Preparing Your Natural Wildlife Habitat for Winter

  Welcome to The Backyard Naturalists, the show about anything and everything connected with nature. While recording the Backyard Naturalists podcast, Debbie and Laurie enjoy coffee provided by the Good Cup Coffee Company in Matthews, North Carolina.   Follow Good Cup Coffee on Instagram and look for them at the Matthews Community Farmer’s Market this Saturday morning. Connect with the Backyard Naturalists on […]

Winter Feeding Helps Attract Wild Birds to Your Backyard

Winter feeding helps attract wild birds to your backyard

Unlock the Magic of Bird Feeding This Winter Birds play an essential role in our ecosystem, helping to control insect populations that can wreak havoc on our gardens during the growing season. They also grace us with their beauty and charming antics, especially during the cold winter months when they gather around our bird feeders. […]