Bird Feeder Garden

Habitat Network: Improving Habitat at Home

Bird Feeder Garden

Ithaca, New York 14850, United States

Created By: Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Point of Interest Details

The Feeder Garden combines feeding stations with native plants to maximize habitat for birds and wildlife. This includes trumpet vines to attract hummingbirds, several native shrubs that produce nutrious berries (e.g. serviceberry, winterberry, elderberry, and sumac), and evergreens White Pine and Spruce that provide excellent roosting. Flowering plants include columbine, beebalm, and goldenrod. Feeding birds from bird feeders is fun, but providing birds with native habitat in the form of native flowers, shrubs, and trees will go a long way to helping wildlife thrive. Learn more

This point of interest is part of the tour: Habitat Network: Improving Habitat at Home


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