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1. Feeding Your Cat: Know the Basics of Feline Nut...
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Your Cat: Know the Basics of Feline Nutrition Skip links Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar Cat infoCommon Sense. Healthy cats.Feeding Your Cat: Know the Basics of Feline Nutrition Lisa A. Pi...
1963 59essed which includes being subjected to high temperatures for a long time resulting in alteration and destruction of nutrients. Dry food is also often contaminated with bacteria, fungal mycotoxins, storage mites/cockroaches and their feces, etc. Most people who are concerned about their own nutrition have heard nutritionists say “shop the perimeter of the grocery store.” This statement refers to the push to get humans to focus on fresh food – not overly processed food found in boxes and cans. Where do you think kibble would reside in this scenario? Definitely not in the “perimeter”! There is nothing fresh about this source of food and it certainly does not come close to resembling a bird or a mouse. Also keep in mind that dry foods are not refrigerated and they sit in warm warehouses, on pet store shelves, and in your cupboards for weeks or months before your pets consume them. Fats can easily become rancid, and bacteria will proliferate, in this type of ebox for1463box for cats to lay in182 117 663 5Feeding Your Cat: Know the Basics of Feline Nutrition Skip links Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar Cat InfoCommon Sense. Healthy Cats.Feeding Your Cat: Know the Basics of Feline Nutrition Lisa A. Pierson, DVM If you do not want to read this entire webpage, please review this shortened version: Feeding Your Cat – Short version – 4 pages (updated November 2013) Many readers of this website have kindly donated their valuable time to translate this important information into various languages. Please click PDF options for more information. Diet is the brick and mortar of health. This web page lays out some often-ignored principles of feline nutrition and explains why cats have a better chance1_b@b_1optimal health if they are fed canned food (or a balanced homemade diet) instead of dry kibble. Putting a little thought into what you feed your cat(s) can pay big dividends over their lifetime and very possibly help them avoid seriocats to lay in1box for cats to lay in
  'Feeding Your Cat' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/Feeding%20Your%20Cat%20-%204%20pages%2011-13.pdf'  pdf  Feeding%20Your%...0.1 MB  - 'Feeding Your Cat' Web
  'Dietary water and urinary tract health' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/WalthamDietaryWater.pdf'  pdf  WalthamDietaryW...0.1 MB  - 'Dietary water and urinary tract health' Web
  'Postprandial glycemia' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/PostprandialGlycemiaInCatsFedAModerateCarbohydrateMealPersists.pdf'  pdf  PostprandialGly...0.1 MB  - 'Postprandial glycemia' Web
  'The Carnivore Connection to Nutrition in Cats' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/DrZoran.pdf'  pdf  DrZoran0.2 MB  - 'The Carnivore Connection to Nutrition in Cats' Web
  'Cat Food Composition' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/CatFoodProteinFatCarbPhosphorusChart.pdf'  pdf  CatFoodProteinF...0.7 MB  - 'Cat Food Composition' Web
  'Printer Friendly' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/TipsForTransitioning1-14-11.pdf'  pdf  TipsForTransiti...0.095 MB  - 'Printer Friendly' Web
  'Full version' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/FeedingYourCat18pages8-10.pdf'  pdf  FeedingYourCat1...0.4 MB  - 'Full version' Web
  'La alimentación de su gato: Conozca los fundamentos de nutrición felina' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/Spanish.pdf'  pdf  Spanish0.1 MB  - 'La alimentación de su gato: Conozca los fundamentos de nutrición felina' Web
  'UTFODRING AV KATT – GRUNDERNA I NÄRINGSLÄRA FÖR KATT' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/SwedishTranslation2-10.pdf'  pdf  SwedishTranslat...0.1 MB  - 'UTFODRING AV KATT – GRUNDERNA I NÄRINGSLÄRA FÖR KATT' Web
  'Nourrir votre chat : Connaître les bases de la nutrition féline' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/FrenchTranslations/FeedingYourCatFrench.pdf'  pdf  FeedingYourCatF...0.2 MB  - 'Nourrir votre chat : Connaître les bases de la nutrition féline' Web
  '????:??????????' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/FeedingYourCatChinese15pages8-10.pdf'  pdf  FeedingYourCatC...0.8 MB  - '????:??????????' Web
  'Wat geef ik mijn kat te eten: de basisbeginselen van kattenvoeding' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/FeedingYourCat4pages2-13Dutch.pdf'  pdf  FeedingYourCat4...0.044 MB  - 'Wat geef ik mijn kat te eten: de basisbeginselen van kattenvoeding' Web
  'Nutrire il vostro gatto: conoscere le basi della nutrizione felina' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/Italian5pages.pdf'  pdf  Italian5pages0.059 MB  - 'Nutrire il vostro gatto: conoscere le basi della nutrizione felina' Web
  'Nutrire il vostro gatto: conoscere le basi della nutrizione felina' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/Italian20pages.pdf'  pdf  Italian20pages0.1 MB  - 'Nutrire il vostro gatto: conoscere le basi della nutrizione felina' Web
  '???????? ???: ?????????? ?????? ??????' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/Feeding%20Your%20Cat%20(Arabic).pdf'  pdf  Feeding%20Your%...> 1 MB  - '???????? ???: ?????????? ?????? ??????' Web
  'Kedinizi Beslemek: Kedigil Beslenmesinin Temellerini Bilin' from the web at 'http://catinfo.org/docs/TurkishTranslation-KediniziBeslemek.pdf'  pdf  TurkishTranslat...0.086 MB  - 'Kedinizi Beslemek: Kedigil Beslenmesinin Temellerini Bilin' Web
  'Transitioning Dry Food Addicts to Canned Food' from the web at 'http://www.catinfo.org/docs/TipsForTransitioning1-14-11.pdf'  pdf  TipsForTransiti...0.095 MB  - 'Transitioning Dry Food Addicts to Canned Food' Web
  'The Carnivore Connection to Nutrition in Cats' from the web at 'http://www.catinfo.org/docs/DrZoran.pdf'  pdf  DrZoran0.2 MB  - 'The Carnivore Connection to Nutrition in Cats' Web

2. Adoption sites open after Christmas, Sat &...
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Concern for cats http://www.communityconcernforcats.org 600 cat adoptions a year Wed, 09 Aug 2017 22:32:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 60944054 CC4C Purchased a Veterinary Hospital! http://www.communityconcernforcats...
3700 178 840 36 busiest kitten seasons ever. And to top it off, our raffle ticket sales were bigger than ever! Our sweetest 8-week-old kitten ambassadors charmed everyone who visited, but unfortunately none went home to new adopters. Our kittens truly worked wonders1_b@b_1doing what they do best—making you feel like you are the most important person in the world! Rick Ballardo of Newark is the winner of CC4C’s $450 cat-themed prizes1_b@b_1the drawing1_b@b_1ARF’s Animals on Broadway. He holds the Intelligent Litter Box. A great big hug of thanks goes to Pet Food Express which allowed us to pick out what we wanted for our kitten-themed raffle prize. The winner of this year's prize including a cat tower, Intelligent Litter Box, drinking fountain, and umpteen toys and other things valued1_b@b_1$450 was Theresa and Rick Ballardo of Newark who have four cats that surely will enjoy the prizes. Our second grand-prize came to us from the award-winning artist Linda J. Casey, who created a neon-bright quilt that febox for cats to3200box for cats to lay in1225 22scue cats had become increasingly more expensive, with fewer and fewer veterinary hospitals willing to give us affordable, reduced rates for our rescues, and many not willing to offer us any discounts altogether—as a result, our monthly medical care costs have been steadily increasing using outside veterinarians in our county. It became clear to us that having our own veterinary clinic was the most viable and affordable option in the long run, to meet our needs. When the Cat Hospital of Clayton went up for sale in April 2017, it was an opportunity too good to pass up. The hospital was perfect for us it was located in our county, provided a turn-key clinic including equipment and the build-out we needed for cat medical care, and was fairly convenient and central for most members. Plus, the purchase of the hospital would further the work of CC4C in providing quality low cost spay and neuter, viral testing, vaccines, diagnostics, needed surgeries and general health care to the holay in725box for cats to lay in
  'CC4C Apr 2016 Newsletter' from the web at 'http://www.communityconcernforcats.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/CC4C-Apr-2016-Newz_FINAL.pdf'  pdf  CC4C-Apr-2016-N...0.7 MB  - 'CC4C Apr 2016 Newsletter' Web
  'CC4C Donation Slip Apr 2016' from the web at 'http://www.communityconcernforcats.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/CC4C_DonateCd_Apr-016-FINAL.pdf'  pdf  CC4C_DonateCd_A...0.4 MB  - 'CC4C Donation Slip Apr 2016' Web
  'click here to read the whole newsletter!' from the web at 'http://www.communityconcernforcats.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/2015-XmasNewz_Proof_RVS.pdf'  pdf  2015-XmasNewz_P...> 1 MB  - 'click here to read the whole newsletter!' Web

3. Fostering | Community Concern For Cats
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891 566 411 16 Chances Your Stories Programs Fostering Trap-Neuter-Return Spaying and Neutering Medical Rehabilitation Help Us Make A Donation Other Ways of Donating Thrift Shop Volunteer Estate Planning Supporting Businesses Resources What To Do If You Find Baby Kittens Kitten Rescue Group Advice When Finding Kittens Bottle Babies Trapping Tips Taming Feral Kittens Spay/Neuter Assistance Missing & Lost Cats Bringing Home A New Kitty Introduction to Other Animals Behavior Modification Litter Box Behavior Nutrition & Food Indoor vs. Outdoor Enclosures for Cats Declawing Allergic to Cats? Danger List & Toxins Glossary Cat Costs Links Spay/Neuter Assistance 24-Hour Emergency Care Medical Financial Assistance Feral Cat Information Shelters & Rescue Groups List of CA Shelters & Rescue Organizations Report Animal Abuse Disaster Preparedness Helpful Links Contact Fostering Being a foster parent is a highly rewarding and satisfying exbox for cats to391box for cats to lay in2987 69at food, litter, and lots of love! We especially need assistance during the late spring and summer months, as kitten season always means a surplus of kittens to care for. CC4C can always use experienced bottle-baby feeders or families looking for the experience of helping kittens and mama cats. Typical foster responsibilities include: Daily feeding of your foster cat(s) or kittens Daily litter box cleaning Attention to the medical needs of the cat (if any) Time, lots of time to love, snuggle, play and socialize with your foster(s) Taking your foster(s) to the adoption sites on the weekends If you are interested in being a foster, please read our Foster Agreement PDF and mail it to: CC4C1_b@b_1P.O. Box 3795, Walnut Creek, CA 94598. What is “Fostering”? Fostering is when you have one or more cats or kittens in your home, usually in a bathroom or a laundry room. It’s important that the room not have furniture that cats or kittens can hide under or behind. Your task as a foster is to socialay in2487box for cats to lay in
  'Foster Agreement PDF' from the web at 'http://2s6r8389mtf37nwo33o26ug155p.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Foster-Agrmt-2-2010.pdf'  pdf  Foster-Agrmt-2-...0.1 MB  - 'Foster Agreement PDF' Web

4. Taming Feral Kittens | Community Concern For Ca...
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900 566 411 16 Chances Your Stories Programs Fostering Trap-Neuter-Return Spaying and Neutering Medical Rehabilitation Help Us Make A Donation Other Ways of Donating Thrift Shop Volunteer Estate Planning Supporting Businesses Resources What To Do If You Find Baby Kittens Kitten Rescue Group Advice When Finding Kittens Bottle Babies Trapping Tips Taming Feral Kittens Spay/Neuter Assistance Missing & Lost Cats Bringing Home A New Kitty Introduction to Other Animals Behavior Modification Litter Box Behavior Nutrition & Food Indoor vs. Outdoor Enclosures for Cats Declawing Allergic to Cats? Danger List & Toxins Glossary Cat Costs Links Spay/Neuter Assistance 24-Hour Emergency Care Medical Financial Assistance Feral Cat Information Shelters & Rescue Groups List of CA Shelters & Rescue Organizations Report Animal Abuse Disaster Preparedness Helpful Links Contact Taming Feral Kittens Printer Friendly Version The process of taming kibox for cats to400box for cats to lay in7234 5lea infestation and can easily fall prey to illnesses in this condition. Combing with a flea comb also helps the bonding process. Mimic the grooming action of the mother when holding and petting kittens. Take your thumb and forefinger and gently ” pull” small areas of hair around the kittens face and ears. For optimum experience, you can moisten your fingers for a realistic experience for the baby kitten! They really think that you are grooming them and that you are their mother. Play with the kittens using “kitty tease” toys (a tiny piece of cloth tied to a string which is tied to a small stick), wand toys, or lightweight cat toys. Leave only plain toys with kittens when they are unattended; ones without loose strings, small feathers, plastic ears or eyes, which could be chewed off and ingested. Don’t leave string alone with the kittens because they can swallow it and this can be fatal. Young kittens should not be given toys with catnip in them. Advanced Bunlay in6734box for cats to lay in
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5. Trapping Tips | Community Concern For Cats
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893 566 411 16 Chances Your Stories Programs Fostering Trap-Neuter-Return Spaying and Neutering Medical Rehabilitation Help Us Make A Donation Other Ways of Donating Thrift Shop Volunteer Estate Planning Supporting Businesses Resources What To Do If You Find Baby Kittens Kitten Rescue Group Advice When Finding Kittens Bottle Babies Trapping Tips Taming Feral Kittens Spay/Neuter Assistance Missing & Lost Cats Bringing Home A New Kitty Introduction to Other Animals Behavior Modification Litter Box Behavior Nutrition & Food Indoor vs. Outdoor Enclosures for Cats Declawing Allergic to Cats? Danger List & Toxins Glossary Cat Costs Links Spay/Neuter Assistance 24-Hour Emergency Care Medical Financial Assistance Feral Cat Information Shelters & Rescue Groups List of CA Shelters & Rescue Organizations Report Animal Abuse Disaster Preparedness Helpful Links Contact Trapping Tips Printer Friendly Version Acknowledgement The trapping andbox for cats to393box for cats to lay in6456 42p to trip the metal plate, which will spring the door shut. (11) Do not feed the evening before the trapping day. Note: For a particularly wary cat, you might not want to feed it for two days/evenings prior to trapping. If others are also feeding cats in the area, ask them not to leave out any food the day or two before you trap. Preparing for Transport and Recovery (1) Prepare the vehicle in which you will transport the cat. Before you put the trap in the vehicle, put plastic down with several layers of newspaper on top to absorb any urine, feces etc. (2) Prepare the area where you will keep the cat prior to surgery and for recovery after. Caution: In summer, unless yours is an air-conditioned one, a garage is too hot a place to leave a cat in the daytime. Late in the summer, a garage would be okay for an overnight stay only. A small, air-conditioned or well-ventilated bathroom or a well-ventilated shed that is in the shade of a tree would be suitable to keep a cat in while it recovelay in5956box for cats to lay in
  'Printer Friendly Version' from the web at 'http://2s6r8389mtf37nwo33o26ug155p.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/HO-Trapping-Guidelines_rev.pdf'  pdf  HO-Trapping-Gui...0.2 MB  - 'Printer Friendly Version' Web

6. Bluebird Conservation
http://www.sialis.org/baffle.htm
Baffle for nestboxes (Predator Guard) Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation NESTbox BAFFLES A wobbling PVC baffle will deter many climbing mammals, but an 8" metal stovep...
24 16 498 36Raccoon Baffle for nestboxes (Predator Guard) Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation NESTBOX BAFFLES A wobbling PVC baffle will deter many climbing mammals, but an 8" metal stovepipe baffle topped with hardware cloth will deter both climbing mammals and snakes. If you mount a nestbox on a tree, large wooden post, fence or telephone pole with no guard, be prepared to lose adults, eggs and nestlings to raccoons, snakes or cats. Just because you don't have predation the first year doesn't mean they are safe - e.g., sometimes it can take raccoons 3-4 years to find the location of a "Happy Meal." See Comparing Pros and Cons of Various Predator Guard Styles. Either a Stovepipe (Kingston) or PVC wobbling baffle will guard your nestbox against climbing predators like raccoons and cats. It will also deter squirrels, chipmunks, mice, and rats as long as they cannot otherwise jump to the box. The slicker thbox for cats to1box for cats to lay in6937 44ws and nuts This baffle designed by Ron Kingston deters snakes, raccoons, opossums and cats. Instructions: Put the baffle on BEFORE you put the nestbox on. [If the stovepipe comes uncurled, put it together. You might want to put a piece of duct tape where the vertical edges meet because it's sharp.] Use tin snips (offset are best) to cut a hardware cloth circle that is 1" bigger all around than the stovepipe. Be careful of cuts and scrapes - it will be sharp! See alternative. (You can lay your stovepipe on top of the hardware cloth to draw a circle) Cut a small hole or "X" in the middle of the circle (the diameter of your mounting pipe - usually 1/2 to 1 inch.) Put the hardware cloth circle over the top of the stovepipe. Then bend the edges down one inch all around so it it fits tightly INSIDE the stovepipe. Use tin snips to cut three tabs in the top of the stovepipe. (Again, metal is sharp - be careful! Wear gloves.) Bend these tabs over the hardware cloth. Bolt lay in6437box for cats to lay in
  'mounting a nestbox on a metal pipe' from the web at 'http://www.sialis.org/documents/Conduit_RebarX_April10 (1).pdf'  pdf  Conduit_RebarX_...0.1 MB  - 'mounting a nestbox on a metal pipe' Web
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7. Bluebird Conservation
http://www.sialis.org/handout.htm
Bluebirding Basics - nests and eggs, timetable, nestboxes, predators, house sparrows, food and water Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Bluebirding Basics (Also see Bottom Line Advice fo...
53 249Bluebirding Basics - nests and eggs, timetable, nestboxes, predators, house sparrows, food and water Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Bluebirding Basics (Also see Bottom Line Advice for New Bluebirders and a 4 page Bluebirding Handout) Until fairly recently, Eastern Bluebirds (Sialia sialis) were uncommon in Connecticut, mainly due to loss of habitat open space/snags), and competition for nesting sites from introduced species (starlings and house [English] sparrows). However, bluebirds are coming back. They are fascinating, beautiful birds. You can help increase their numbers. The keys are: Learn to recognize nests and eggs. See nesting timetables: typical Eastern | Mountain | Western | Eastern Bluebird in CT Put up nestboxes (think location, location, location.) Control predators and House Sparrows. Supplement food and water. Learn to recognize nests and eggs (more photos) - also see chart on relative sizebox for1box for cats to lay in16041 8ds, Boston, 1991. Zickefoose, Julie, Enjoying Bluebirds More, The Bluebird Landlord's Handbook, Birdwatcher's Digest Press, Marietta, Ohio, 1993. The bluebird carries the sky on his back. - Henry David Thoreau HOME | Basics | Resources | House Sparrows | House Wrens | Nest/Egg ID | Site Map and Search | Suet Recipes | Tree Swallows | Contact me Bluebird Conservation Basics Bears, preventing attacks Blues - the downside Bottom line advice for newbies Browser update - how to Cats, Protecting Birds from Chickadee, Black-capped Children's Activities Commercial Fac. with HOSP Competition (who trumps who) Contact me Cowbird, egg in nestbox Egg sizes Eggs, Weird Eurasian Tree Sparrow FAQS Fecal Glue Flycatchers, great and ash Flying Squirrels Glossary of bluebirding terms Handout (basics) Heat Experiment History of Bluebirds House Sparrows HOSP attacks HOSP Biology HOSP, euthanizing HOSP history HOSP, managing (active and passive) HOSP photographs HOSP population HOSP, Acats to15541box for cats to lay in8596 24y just dip their heads into the box hole to feed the young1_b@b_1this age). It can cause young to fall or hop out of the nestbox before they are capable of flying, reducing their chances for survival. DON'T paint boxes a dark color. (Light colors on the EXTERIOR only are acceptable.) If desired to preserve wood, coat exterior only with linseed oil or a product like SUPERDECK (Coastal Gray), and allow to dry thoroughly before box will be used. DON'T assume the nest is abandoned. During egg laying, adults may spend very little time in the box. On hot days, the female may leave the nest for long periods of time. The only sure way to know the nest is abandoned is if neither parent has visited the nest for four full hours after the young have hatched. If it has been abandoned, contact a licensed wildlife rehabilitator (e.g., Joan Fuller 974-3265), the Audubon Society or the North American Bluebird Society. DON'T get discouraged if bluebirds don't nest in your boxes the first ylay in8096box for cats to lay in
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8. Bluebird Conservation
http://www.sialis.org/basics.htm
Bluebirding Basics - nests and eggs, timetable, nestboxes, predators, house sparrows, food and water Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Bluebirding Basics (Also see Bottom Line Advice fo...
53 249Bluebirding Basics - nests and eggs, timetable, nestboxes, predators, house sparrows, food and water Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Bluebirding Basics (Also see Bottom Line Advice for New Bluebirders and a 4 page Bluebirding Handout) Until fairly recently, Eastern Bluebirds (Sialia sialis) were uncommon in Connecticut, mainly due to loss of habitat open space/snags), and competition for nesting sites from introduced species (starlings and house [English] sparrows). However, bluebirds are coming back. They are fascinating, beautiful birds. You can help increase their numbers. The keys are: Learn to recognize nests and eggs. See nesting timetables: typical Eastern | Mountain | Western | Eastern Bluebird in CT Put up nestboxes (think location, location, location.) Control predators and House Sparrows. Supplement food and water. Learn to recognize nests and eggs (more photos) - also see chart on relative sizebox for1box for cats to lay in16041 8ds, Boston, 1991. Zickefoose, Julie, Enjoying Bluebirds More, The Bluebird Landlord's Handbook, Birdwatcher's Digest Press, Marietta, Ohio, 1993. The bluebird carries the sky on his back. - Henry David Thoreau HOME | Basics | Resources | House Sparrows | House Wrens | Nest/Egg ID | Site Map and Search | Suet Recipes | Tree Swallows | Contact me Bluebird Conservation Basics Bears, preventing attacks Blues - the downside Bottom line advice for newbies Browser update - how to Cats, Protecting Birds from Chickadee, Black-capped Children's Activities Commercial Fac. with HOSP Competition (who trumps who) Contact me Cowbird, egg in nestbox Egg sizes Eggs, Weird Eurasian Tree Sparrow FAQS Fecal Glue Flycatchers, great and ash Flying Squirrels Glossary of bluebirding terms Handout (basics) Heat Experiment History of Bluebirds House Sparrows HOSP attacks HOSP Biology HOSP, euthanizing HOSP history HOSP, managing (active and passive) HOSP photographs HOSP population HOSP, Acats to15541box for cats to lay in8596 24y just dip their heads into the box hole to feed the young1_b@b_1this age). It can cause young to fall or hop out of the nestbox before they are capable of flying, reducing their chances for survival. DON'T paint boxes a dark color. (Light colors on the EXTERIOR only are acceptable.) If desired to preserve wood, coat exterior only with linseed oil or a product like SUPERDECK (Coastal Gray), and allow to dry thoroughly before box will be used. DON'T assume the nest is abandoned. During egg laying, adults may spend very little time in the box. On hot days, the female may leave the nest for long periods of time. The only sure way to know the nest is abandoned is if neither parent has visited the nest for four full hours after the young have hatched. If it has been abandoned, contact a licensed wildlife rehabilitator (e.g., Joan Fuller 974-3265), the Audubon Society or the North American Bluebird Society. DON'T get discouraged if bluebirds don't nest in your boxes the first ylay in8096box for cats to lay in
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9. Bluebird Conservation
http://www.sialis.org/feeder.htm
Feeding mealworms to bluebirds Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Feeding Mealworms Also see Raising Mealworms | Landscaping for Bluebirds | Feeding Suet Quick tips: Buy mealworms online for ...
391 183Feeding mealworms to bluebirds Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Feeding Mealworms Also see Raising Mealworms | Landscaping for Bluebirds | Feeding Suet Quick tips: Buy mealworms online for the best price, train bluebirds to come to the feeder, and offer about 15 worms/bird/day in a glass/plastic dish 100 feet away from the nestbox inside a special feeder that excludes larger birds and protects worms from sun and rain. See about mealworms and where to get them, storing, dried mealworms, training bluebirds to come to a feeder, hand feeding, feeding raisins, how many to feed, mealworm size, feeder location, the ideal feeder, feeder plans, a "mobile" DIY feeder, preventing mealworm escape, supplementing calcium, winter feeding, dried mealworms and waxworms, recipe for Purple Martins, saving them for the Blues, hawk concerns, Assassin Bugs, and links to more info on feeding. Also see landscaping for bluebirds, feeding box for1box for cats to lay in17732 8d have to eat and feed their own families. However, to minimize the risk to bluebirds you attract to a feeder, locate feeders where there is some overhead protection from dive bombing, and consider minimizing feeding when fledglings are out. A plastic dome over the feeder will prevent birds from being nabbed while they are actually feeding or perching. Stop feeding for two weeks if a raptor is hunting frequently in your area. Plant native shrubs for cover (low growing thorny bushes will prevent cats from hanging under it.) See What can I do about hawks preying on songbirds1_b@b_1my feeder? for more info. Feeder styles and plans: Several feeder plans are available (e.g. Fawzi Emad's) in addition to the simple Do It Yourself (DIY) one described below. You can also buy feeders specially designed for bluebirds. (Bluebird Love used to make a heated feeder for $190 with shipping! - more reasonably priced plastic models may be available. See Suppliers. ) In my opinion, the best designs: exclucats to17232box for cats to lay in9104 37dy, or the worms will get gunked up in the decay and croak. Fawzi Emad straps a sponge or to the lid of his containers and doesn't add any other source of moisture (see picture.) You can also put a moist sponge inside an open plastic baggie so the bedding doesn't get wet. It's a good idea to take them out of the frig once a week and let them eat (to bulk up for the blues) for a few hours. If they start to smell like ammonia, sift out the "frass" and add fresh bedding. I also add some layers of newspaper or egg cartons to enable them to spread out. It also makes it easier to collect them. (Mealworms also like to hide - my husband wasn't too happy to find some escapees inside his wallet one day....) If you want to get rid of shed skins that pile up, you can bring the worm container outside and use a blow dryer set on low:cool, or use some masking tape. Other Foods like Raisins: Fruits contain sugars and carbohydrates which come in handy during the cold, as they help maintain lay in8604box for cats to lay in
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10. Bluebird Conservation
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Managing House Sparrows Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Managing House Sparrows "Without question the most deplorable event in the history of American ornithology was the introduction of...
5 450Nestbox Plans Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Nestbox Plans Bluebirds and other native birds like Tree Swallows , chickadees and titmice nest in cavities. Because of development, a lot of their natural habitat is gone. You can help these birds survive and thrive by putting up a bird house, called a nestbox, that they can raise a family in. You can buy a nestbox (one specifically designed for bluebirds)1_b@b_1a birding store or online, or you can make your own. See nestbox specifications for recommended box and entrance hole size and mounting height. Here are some sources of plans. The best, most comprehensive site that has both photos and drawings is NestboxBuilder.Com Multiple Plans The Bluebird Box (Audubon Society of Omaha) - plans for most nestbox styles. The North American Bluebird Society (NABS): regular NABS style boxes, top or side opening, Gilbertson and Peterson styles (see downloadable Word or PDF file for Eastern Blbox for1box for cats to lay in2488 58Recovery Project (including plans for retriever and elevator pole) Southern California Bluebird Club (also lifter plans) Lee Pauser Box (and simple lifter plan) Links to numerous plans - on nestbox pros and cons page Nestbox Information Nestbox Pros and Cons - links to plans for more than 50 styles, and a list of the pros and cons of various nestbox styles. Also see plans for a predator baffle to prevent eggs, nestlings and adults from getting attacked or eaten by climbing predators like cats or raccoons, and snakes. If you make your own nestbox, use PVC or unpainted, untreated 3/4" - 1" wood, put on an overhanging (2-5" overhang) roof (a shallow saw kerf (groove) will keep rain from soaking into box), no perch, a round 1 1/2 " diameter hole (or 1.375" x 2.250" oval hole. Mountain Bluebirds need a 1 9/16" hole), ventilation, drainage holes, and make it deep enough so predators can't reach in and get to the eggs. Make sure it has a door that opcats to1988box for cats to lay in3370 2 289 123ainage holes, and make it deep enough so predators can't reach in and get to the eggs. Make sure it has a door that opens for cleaning and monitoring. If rough wood is not used, add kerfs to inside of door to enable fledglings to climb out. Please do not let House Sparrows nest in your boxes. These non-native birds attack and kill bluebird adults, eggs and babies. See tips on how to manage House Sparrows. If they are in your neighborhood,1_b@b_1least put up a Sparrow Spooker as soon as a bluebird lays an egg in a box. Also, remove House Sparrow nests and eggs 1-2 x/week if you are sure the occupant is a House Sparrow. For more information see: Bluebirding Basics: proper nestbox design, suitable habitat, etc. Nestbox Specifications - the proper size box for different bird species Bottom Line Advice for New Bluebirders House Sparrow Management and House Sparrow Identification Nest and Egg Identification Top Tips and Tricks to Attract Bluebirds to your yard How to Monitor Nestboxes lay in box for2870box for cats to lay in26354 86 remove the door Some people suggest placing a rubber snake in a box claimed by HOSP to scare them off (with about a foot of the body and head sticking out of the box.) A HOSP may proceed to build its nest on top of the snake. Placing a cat food can/tub constantly filled with water on the nestbox floor may also deter HOSP from nest building. Height: Boxes 3 feet off the ground MAY not be preferred by House Sparrows, but should not be used for native birds where there are climbing predators (cats, raccoons). Note that some HOSP will nest near the ground, even 24" high, especially if nest sites are in short supply. HOSP will nest in hanging boxes. Hanging the nestbox from a wire has been suggested as a deterrent, but HOSP will nest in a hanging/swinging box or gourd. If a HOSP shows an interest in a box that bluebirds have claimed, immediately lower the height (temporarily) of the bluebird house to about 4 feet. Put up another house a few feet away1_b@b_1a much higher height (arocats to25854box for cats to lay in3434 5l: (interfere with nesting process or HOSP themselves) Increased Aggression/Revenge/Rampage Dealing with a Wary Male/Difficult to Trap HOSP Traps Decreasing odds of capturing non-target native birds Removing trapped birds for an inbox or ground trap Trapping in public places Temporary Boxes or Changing Box Height to Enable Trapping Nestbox (Inbox) Traps Dealing with a wary male Remote Controlled Traps (including "fishing") Do It Yourself (DIY) links Ground Traps Decoys Playbacks (recordings) Sticky Mouse Traps Mist nets Wing Trimming Driving from Roosts Removal of Nests/Eggs Rendering Eggs Infertile (Addling) Guns Electricity Other Methods What Doesn't Work References and Links Participate in The House Sparrow Project - a citizen science program to gather information to help manage House Sparrow populations Also see: HOSP Photos, History, Attacks (warning: graphic photos), photos and descriptions of other brown birds that look like HOSP, Biology, Play in2934box for cats to lay in
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11. Bluebird Conservation
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Learn to Recognize Birds, Nests and Eggs that may show up in bluebird nestboxes Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Nests and eggs that may show up in bluebird nestboxes Cavity nester ph...
75Learn to Recognize Birds, Nests and Eggs that may show up in bluebird nestboxes Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Nests and eggs that may show up in bluebird nestboxes Cavity nester photos of nests eggs and young DESCRIPTIONS of cavity-nester nests and eggs + Clues on Nests | Eggs PHOTO ALBUM with pictures of cavity nesting birds, nests and eggs TABLE showing relative sizes of eggs, and egg photos side by side Preferred HABITAT, by species Downloadable 2 page guide (PDF) to common nests found in CT Mystery nests (have fun trying to guess) Unusual nest sites Part 1 Part 2 and nestbox specs by species Weird eggs (e.g., dwarf, odd coloration) Cavity Nester Nests, Eggs and Young Photos and Bios. Also see Nest ID Matrix (contents) and Egg ID Matrix (color, spots, etc.) Select bird name (alphabetical) Ash Thoated Flycatcher Bio Ash Throated Flycatcher Photos Bewick's Wren Bio Bewick's Wren Photos Black-cappedbox1box for cats to lay in3611e individual, circumstances, location and available materials. Timetables vary. You may be able to identify the nester by watching what birds go in and out of the box with nesting material. But other birds may sit on or check out a box - with my birdcam, over a two day period I saw a bluebird, Starling, House Wren and Titmouse all sitting on or checking out a box claimed by a Black-capped Chickadee. Other birds will enter a box being used by another species: e.g., House Sparrows and House Wrens for the purposes of attack; or other birds like bluebirds or Tree Swallows out of curiosity. If you see a parent feeding nestlings, you can be pretty sure. (There have been a few documented cases of birds feeding nestlings of other species though!) Usually Bluebirds, House Sparrows, House Wrens, and Tree Swallows are very visible (sitting on top of box, etc.) You may never see Chickadees or Titmice until the nestlings hatch and require constant feeding. Other birds may also take over a nest starfor3111box for cats to lay in23330 449aster. Mouths are open. Eyes are closed. Hints of fuzz where feathers will grow are visible. How do such ungainly, scrawny little creatures ever acquire such phenomenal beauty? - Shirl Brunnel, I Hear Bluebirds, 1984 HOME | Basics | Resources | House Sparrows | House Wrens | Nest/Egg ID | Site Map and Search | Suet Recipes | Tree Swallows | Contact me Bluebird Conservation Basics Bears, preventing attacks Blues - the downside Bottom line advice for newbies Browser update - how to Cats, Protecting Birds from Chickadee, Black-capped Children's Activities Commercial Fac. with HOSP Competition (who trumps who) Contact me Cowbird, egg in nestbox Egg sizes Eggs, Weird Eurasian Tree Sparrow FAQS Fecal Glue Flycatchers, great and ash Flying Squirrels Glossary of bluebirding terms Handout (basics) Heat Experiment History of Bluebirds House Sparrows HOSP attacks HOSP Biology HOSP, euthanizing HOSP history HOSP, managing (active and passive) HOSP photographs HOSP population HOSP, Acats to22830box for cats to lay in4198 31sity. If you see a parent feeding nestlings, you can be pretty sure. (There have been a few documented cases of birds feeding nestlings of other species though!) Usually Bluebirds, House Sparrows, House Wrens, and Tree Swallows are very visible (sitting on top of box, etc.) You may never see Chickadees or Titmice until the nestlings hatch and require constant feeding. Other birds may also take over a nest started by another species, or two species may be trying to claim a box and build in it or lay eggs in it1_b@b_1the same time. Unless nests are removed after each fledging or1_b@b_1the end of the season (a good practice), material from a previous nesting by another species can confuse identification, which is why its best to go by eggs and adults. NOTE: You should welcome ANY native cavity nesters in your nestboxes. You may be able to change the birds you attract by moving boxes to different habitat, or by using different nestbox styles or sizes. See top tips for attracting bluebirds. It ilay in3698box for cats to lay in
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12. Cavity Nester Matching Game
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Peterson box, modified by David Gwin Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Peterson box, modified by D. Gwin David Gwin of Texas has modified the traditional Peterson box design for experiment...
10 237 617 336Peterson box, modified by David Gwin Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Peterson box, modified by D. Gwin David Gwin of Texas has modified the traditional Peterson box design for experimental use on his trail. This box has a 5"x5" floor, and the drop from the bottom of the hole to the floor is about 8", which makes it resistant to avian and mammalian predation. The larger floor will accommodate birds that need more space, such as flycatchers, woodpeckers, and Western Bluebirds. Hanging a box discourages predation by raccoons, feral cats, and human vandals. Bascially 2" has been added to each of exterior dimensions. All other cuts are as per original Peterson design. Use 2x6s instead of 2x4s. Gwin developed and constructed a jig for the hanger. He said it took a lot of trial and error to get it right. It is tricky to make the bend without kinking the pipe. See more information on nestbox styles pros abox for cats to1box for cats to lay in2017 67c. with HOSP Competition (who trumps who) Contact me Cowbird, egg in nestbox Egg sizes Eggs, Weird Eurasian Tree Sparrow FAQS Fecal Glue Flycatchers, great and ash Flying Squirrels Glossary of bluebirding terms Handout (basics) Heat Experiment History of Bluebirds House Sparrows HOSP attacks HOSP Biology HOSP, euthanizing HOSP history HOSP, managing (active and passive) HOSP photographs HOSP population HOSP, Are They Evil? How the Bluebird and Coyote Got Their Color How Long to Build a Nest and Lay First Egg? House Wrens, discouraging Hypothermia, Preventing Kerfs, how to make "I Wish You Love" lyrics Landscaping for Blues Links and Resources Lyme disease and bluebirding Kinney (4 hole) TRES nestbox design Magic Halo Mealworm Feeding Mealworms, Raising Mice and Rats in Nestboxes Monitoring - Why and How Myths Unmanged birdhouse handout Names and Species Nestbox handout Nestbox Pros and cons Nestbox Specifications Nest change, how to Nests - identifying Other brown birds not Hlay in1517box for cats to lay in
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13. Bluebird Conservation
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- Predator and Problem Identification and Solutions Bluebird and Small Cavity Nester Conservation Predator/Problem Identification and Solutions What Happened? See Guides organized either by C...
713 616ened? See Guides organized either by Clue, or by Culprit with Solutions. Also see Predator Baffle and Battle Photos. Also see Comparing Pros and Cons of Various Predator Guard Styles QUICK TIPS: It is impossible to prevent all problems or predation. However, there are some things you can do to prevent problems and increase the odds that "your" nesting birds will survive. If something goes wrong, don't give up! Try to identify the culprit and prevent recurrence. Use well-designed nestboxes that are sturdy, have the right size hole, a large overhanging roof, will stay dry inside, and can be opened for monitoring and cleaning. If boxes are in House Sparrow territory, put a sparrow spooker up after the first egg. Move boxes out of House Wren habitat or use a wren guard after the first egg. Protect against climbing mammals and reptiles by mounting the nestbox on a pole with a predator guard. And then hope for the best! It's a cruel world out there. About 55-84% of Eastern bluebox for213box for cats to lay in1964 75you can do that will dramatically increase the odds that birds you invite to nest in your yard will survive and thrive. When something does go wrong, it's important to try to figure out what happened so you can try to prevent it in the future. Methods that work really well for some predators (e.g., sparrow spookers for House Sparrows) will have no effect whatsoever on other culprits (like House Wrens.) The following can cause problems in a bluebird nestbox: ants, blackflies/gnats, blow flies, cats, House Sparrows, fire ants, House Wrens, mice, nestbox design, pesticides, raccoons, rats, red squirrels, snakes, starlings, starvation, wasps, cold or hot weather, and woodpeckers. Bolded predators/problems are the most common. Occasionally, problems may also be caused by automobile, bears, bees, bluebirds, blue or scrub jays, chipmunks, cowbirds, crows or ravens, disease or internal parasites, feeding earthworms, flickers, flying squirrels, fox squirrels, grackles, gray squirrels, groundcats to1464box for cats to lay in15428 1881.375" x 2.250" oval hole), put hole restrictor on if enlarged. Technically it is illegal to remove eggs of cowbirds as they are native birds. More. Crows or Ravens (Corvus sp.) Nestlings (possibly some but not all) removed. Eggs missing? Large overhanging roof, deeper box, wooden face guard, lower nest to 4.5"+ below entrance hole. Remove used nests so bluebirds don't build on top, making nest too high. Deformity - typically beak or legs Elonged, weirdly curved or twisted beak. Splayed or twisted legs. Cause? genetic, a nutritional defiency, an environmental contaminant such as selenium or an organochloride, or an injury during development? Erect boxes away from areas where pesticides are commonly used. Remove unhatched eggs from boxes. Offer calcium supplement when feeding mealworms. Disease (e.g., bacterial infection)/Internal Parasites (e.g., intestinal worm) One or all nestlings dead in box, no sign of injury, nest dry and clean, parents still around. Dead adults ilay in14928box for cats to lay in
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