Bird Baths

Birds are important part of our eco-system and we need to keep them as happy and healthy as possible.  One way to do that is Bird Feeders, but that’s a whole different article. Here we will point out the importance of having a bird bath in your yard. Of course, like any living creature, they […]

Bird Feeders

Pinebush Home & Garden Ltd. is a family-owned company operating in the rural community of Mount Forest, Ontario, Canada. With its roots in the farm supply industry, Pinebush has evolved to become a distributor of quality bird feeders that have proven successful in backyards across the country. Home gardening and backyard birding is attractive to […]

Wild Bird Food

         Designed With The Right Birds In Mind Armstrong prides itself on their expertise about North American Wild Birds. They know the right birds that are common at backyard bird feeders. And they know the right foods these wild birds enjoy eating the most! ARMSTRONG: SUPERIOR QUALITY All Armstrong grain ingredients are […]

Monarch Butterflies – Endangered!

A bit about Monarch Butterflies Monarch butterflies are one of the most recognized butterflies native to North America.   A very beautiful species of butterfly, known for their large, colourful wings of orange and black.  We know that pollinators are responsible for 1 out of every 3 bites of food we consume making Monarch Butterflies a […]

The Buzz about Bees – Solitary Bees

What are solitary bees? Hive-less solitary bees, like the mason and leafcutter bee, are gentle, easy to raise and are amazing pollinators. Most people are familiar with their European honeybee cousin, but there are major differences between these incredible insects. Why Use Solitary Bees? – No hive to defend means solitary bees are gentle and […]

Hummingbirds – Keep them healthy!

A bit about Hummingbirds Hummingbirds are sweet little creatures that got their name from the sound their wings make – hummmmm…which flap at an incredible 10 to 80 times per second. In Canada, we enjoy about 10 different species of Hummingbirds.  They are nectar-feeding birds (nectivorous) that are amazingly adapted pollinators. They play a crucial […]

Orioles and Oriole Feeders

Bird watching can become a little addictive, especially when you have such unique birds coming to your house for a visit.  Here in Canada, we have 3 species of Orioles.  Only 2 of them live in Ontario – Baltimore Oriole and Orchard Oriole.  The two birds have similar markings and are a little smaller than […]