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Wild Birds

Found a baby bird, now what?

We recommend that you contact your local wildlife center, wildlife rehabilitation center, or DNR office. Your local veterinarian may also have information of a licensed wildlife rehabilitator they can refer you to.

Safer Birds and Cats

Do you own a cat? Do you know someone who owns a cat? Cats can be great companions to many different types of people. But there is one group that isn’t so fond of them, the birds.

There are more than 90 million pet cats in the U.S., the majority of which roam outside at least part of the time. In addition, millions of stray and feral cats roam our cities, suburbs, and rural areas. Experts estimate that free-roaming cats kill hundreds of millions of birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians each year.

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Wild Birds - Feeding wild birds is educational and exciting

Both kids and adults get a thrill from identifying the markings of a Rose-Breasted Grosbeak or recognizing the call of the Black-Capped Chickadee. Birding (feeding and watching wild birds) allows you to practice conservation in your own yard and teaches children to enjoy the outdoors, helping them become more environmentally aware.

How do you attract the wild birds you want? Quality wild bird food, including the Kaytee, Ultra, Woodlands, and Supreme lines, attract many different wild bird species. Beginning birders quickly learn that a premium mix like Kaytee Birder's Blend, used with the right bird feeder, brings Finches, Indigo Buntings, and Black Capped Chickadees to the backyard faster. Advanced birders may concentrate on attracting specific birds, so the Kaytee Songbird Blend is a likely choice to draw Grosbeaks, Cardinals, and Juncos.

Chickadee, Finch, Nuthatch, Flicker, Cardinal, Grosbeak, Towhee, or Woodpecker? Search for birds by region to see what you can expect during your backyard birding fun.

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Winter Bird Feeding & Survival for Wild Birds

Surviving the cold weather and finding food poses many challenges for wild birds. Many species of birds will double their amount of feathers during the winter as a ways to reduce their body heat loss.

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Kaytee Wild Birds Fan Page

Come visit us on Facebook, post your wild bird pictures and see what others are feeding their feathered friends this week.

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Visit the all new!

We are excited to announce the launch of the new website. This website is dedicated to wild bird feeding education and our all new Kaytee® product lines.

  • - Fun Wild Bird Tips and Facts
  • - Grain Education
  • - Birdscaping Tips
  • - Product Information
  • - And more...


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Wild Bird Community

At Kaytee, we encourage all bird lovers to be a part of the birding community.

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