I'm going to talk about the different types of birdhouses, how to attract specific birds and really allowing nature to be your backdoor.
Douglassville, PA (PRWEB) April 27, 2009
As spring time slowly turns into summer, people are beginning to observe the beauty of their natural surroundings. This is also the season where bird watchers perk up and start cleaning their binoculars. Yet for as popular as birdwatching is (a report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 2006 has a record 46 million American birdwatchers), it's difficult to find the necessary products to be a bird enthusiast at a big box retail chain.
Going into a store that also sells bicycles, clothes and DVD players, it's somewhat safe to assume that their selection of bird feeders or bird houses is limited at best. Enter Judy Smith.
Smith is an avid birdwatcher and has taken her love of nature's winged creatures to the internet with her website http://www.BirdEssentials.com.
"I have a passion for bird watching," said Smith, who started the site in November 2006. "It went from being a hobby to something that has inspired me to start my own business."
Within the last two-and-a-half-years, Bird Essentials has amassed a respectable catalog of unique bird houses, feeders and bird baths. Over time, Smith has added tools such as binoculars and bird nectars.
"We add as we go along," she said. "I'm looking to add bird lover gifts, but I'm very proud of the kind of selection we have been able to offer."
Bird Essentials newest feature is an educational blog that has launched recently.
"I wanted to write about birds and having a blog just seemed like a natural extension of Bird Essentials' goal," Smith said of http://www.BirdEssentialsBlog.com.
"I'm going to talk about the different types of birdhouses, how to attract specific birds and really allowing nature to be your backdoor."
As an independent business, one may imagine that Smith has hurdles in front of her, particularly when compared to big box retailers. Yet, her wide selection, great prices and congenial customer service keeps people coming back and has made BirdEssentials.com an essential website in its own right.
About the Company:
Bird Essentials is owned and operated by Judy Smith, a bird watching enthusiast.