Birdfy Bird Feeder

Feathers and Tech: The Evolution of Bird Feeding

Bird feeding has long been a cherished activity for nature enthusiasts, providing a simple yet profound way to connect with the avian world right from our backyards. With advancements in technology, the humble bird feeder has transformed, giving rise to a new era of smart bird feeding.
April 10, 2024 — Lucy Guo
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Nests, Eggs And Chicks

Nests, Eggs,And Chicks

In this insightful blog post, we explore the fascinating world of bird nesting behavior, egg laying and brooding. From different nesting strategies to the intricacies of incubation and parental care, gain insight into the wonders of avian family life at this exciting time of year.
April 10, 2024 — Stella Huang
Watching Birds In Solar Eclipse

User Story: A Record of Birdwatching under the Solar Eclipse

When I learned that my house was in the narrow path of the 2024 Total Eclipse I was beyond excited. I had experienced partial eclipses before, but this would be my first total. I did a little research, trying to get an idea of what to expect. 
April 10, 2024 — Cathie Read
Hummingbird

Baby Hummingbirds

Few sights in nature rival the mesmerizing dance of the hummingbird. These tiny, delicate birds captivate us with their vibrant plumage, ethereal flight and complex behavior. How much do you know about baby hummingbirds?
April 09, 2024 — Stella Huang
Solar Eclipse 2024

Observing the Unseen: How Birds React to the 2024 Solar Eclipse

The 2024 solar eclipse presents not only a breathtaking astronomical event but also a unique opportunity to delve into the natural world, particularly to study the intriguing behaviors of birds and wildlife during this rare occurrence.
April 09, 2024 — Lucy Guo
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Birds Nurture

How Do Birds Nurture the Next Generation

Birds come in a wide variety of species and habitats, exemplifying nature's complex process of reproduction and parenting. From elaborate and complex nesting to tireless feeding and protection, birds employ a variety of strategies to nurture the next generation.
April 07, 2024 — Jie LI
Birds Mate

How Do Birds Mate?

As we get familiar with some bird behaviors, we are going to discuss the question of how birds mate today. Birds employ a variety of complex strategies during mating, each tailored to their particular ecological and social context. 
April 06, 2024 — Jie LI
Introduction to Some Smallest Birds In the World

Stories about Smallest Birds in the World

In the vast and diverse realm of bird life, there is one group of birds that attracts people with their tiny size and extraordinary charm: the world's smallest birds. Despite their small size, their adaptability and behavior are unusual, and as a result, these little wonders have earned a special place in the hearts of bird lovers around the world.
April 02, 2024 — Jie LI
Can Bird Smell?

Can Birds Smell?

Early observations suggested that birds have relatively small olfactory bulbs and simple nasal structures, and thus have limited olfactory abilities, but studies in recent decades have revealed that many birds possess well-developed olfactory abilities. 
April 02, 2024 — Stella Huang
Fascinating Facts About Birds

Fascinating Facts from the Avian World

From the extraordinary mimicry skills of the lyrebird to the intriguing breeding strategies of the Nazca booby, each of the birds featured in the blog has unique characteristics and behaviors that highlight the incredible diversity of bird life.
April 02, 2024 — Stella Huang
do birds fly at night

Do Birds Fly at Night?

Do birds fly at night? The blog begins by discussing the normalcy of nocturnal flight. In addition, the blog discusses birds with diurnal habits, such as herons and woodpeckers, mentioning their adaptation to low-light conditions at dawn and dusk.
April 01, 2024 — Stella Huang
Watching Birds with Mother

User Story: Remembering My Mother

When I was growing up in the late thirty’s and early forty’s there was not much bird watching being done. We had just come out of a deep depression and was in the middle of a war and people had more pressing things on their mind.
March 31, 2024 — Steve Elsberry