The nesting method used by birds depends upon their size, location and diet. It also depends on the available nesting materials and the reproductive habits of the given bird species. Some do not build nests at all, but t... More »

The Pennsylvania State Bird, more properly referred to as the state game bird, is the ruffled grouse, otherwise known as the partridge. Mrs. Harry J. Shoemaker and various members of the State Federation of Women's Clubs... More »

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Treat bird mite infestations by getting rid of vacated bird nests, repairing or patching any openings in the home, thoroughly cleaning the area and applying pesticides. Before removing bird nests, check local laws regard... More »

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Most birds leave their nests when they can feed themselves. This usually occurs when the birds turn into fledglings and are two weeks old. Depending on the species, some birds may wean for another week or two or until th... More »

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Because most birds within the United States are protected by the Migratory Bird Act of 1918, citizens cannot legally kill or relocate birds, their nests or their eggs. Scaring the birds off may work temporarily, but if t... More »

Many species of birds build nests for the primary function of laying eggs and raising young birds. Each species has its own nesting habits, but many build nests high above the ground to isolate eggs and fledglings from g... More »

Baby birds eat insects provided by their parents in their early days, although this diet changes as baby birds get older. Insects provide the protein-rich diet that birds need for early development. More »