While many of us are not actively traveling, hummingbird species are busy migrating south for winter. Right now, hummingbird species are gathering and preparing for the last stretch of fall relocation, with some going as far south as Mexico and Central America. These hummingbirds will spend the winter in these warmer climates until as early as February, when they will begin their journey north again. This cycle of migration can include traveling hundreds and thousands of miles throughout the year for these little birds, so taking small steps to help the hummingbirds can greatly help them get to their destination.
Have you been wondering how to welcome spring to your door? JCs Wildlife is a great place to find the outdoor décor that fits perfectly in your garden as the weather gradually warms up.
Have you been considering a window feeder for your home? The JCs Wildlife Diner 9 Window Bird Feeder is a great way to bring birds to you. Just place the Diner 9 on your window and fill it with loose bird seed, and soon you’ll be greeting feathered friends through your window pane.
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If you're looking to upgrade your backyard garden or patio, consider the addition of wildlife-friendly water features. A small or large wildlife-friendly water feature will attract animals that will keep your backyard landscape flourishing. It can also be a delightful and mesmerizing centerpiece for your garden and a source of entertainment for your family and visitors. These water features don't have to fully replicate a natural one but can be designed and shaped to look modern and contemporary. Most importantly, the water features should aim at attracting wildlife of all varieties, creating food sources, potential shelter, and protection for fauna.
JCs Wildlife does a lot of research. A lot. When your company consists of making and selling products that birds and wildlife depend on, as well as answering questions and sharing information, research should be a high priority.
A few years ago, we posted information about Hummingbird Migration, but did you know that since the last time the Hummingbird Guide has taken on the ambitious task of documenting Hummingbird "last sightings"? Similar to the interactive maps available for first sightings in the spring, they request birders to send in information on when they spot the last Hummingbirds of the season.