bird feeder in wisconsin


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  • Location: Plymouth, Wisconsin, United States
  • Source: Robert Brumm
  • Info: Live streaming birdwatching webcam in Wisconsin, United States. The webcam shows bird feeders and a pond which attract wildlife to this garden which is a Wisconsin Certified Wildlife Habitat.

More info: The webcam is located in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. Just north of the city of Plymouth and one mile away from Road America.

Due to the owner's conscientious planning, landscaping and sustainable gardening, wildlife have a place of quality habitat with food, water, cover, and places to raise their young.

With some thought to landscape planning and planting you can greatly increase the chance that birds will nest in your garden area.

Around 330 species of birds migrate through or stay in Wisconsin. Out of these, 12 to 15 songbird species commonly nest in residential areas of towns and cities and 16 or 17 more, build nests around rural homesites.

Besides these nesting birds, some migrant birds may stop over for a day or two during their migration, if they find a site attractive. Birds which over-winter, add colour and life to a sometimes bleak scene. Landscape plants and bird feeders will attract visitors throughout the year.

By creating the correct habitat, you can make virtually any yard or garden attractive to some kind of songbird.

For a very informative article visit Landscape Plants That Attract Birds by Scott R, Craven and Robert Ellarson.