Don’t Let Your Bird Feeder Harm the Birds (and You) – The Wall Street Journal
Attracting winged wildlife close to your home isn’t as simple as buying a birdhouse or bird feeder. Installing or maintaining them incorrectly can pose risks to the birds—and your family.
Homeowners who have populated their yards with feeders, houses and baths to attract avian visitors must care for the devices properly, ornithologists say. The issue is especially pronounced with sales of feeders up at least 35% from spring 2020 to spring 2021, according to Panacea Products, which sells feeders. 
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