1: 1. Create a bird-friendly garden by planting native trees and shrubs. 2. Provide fresh water in a birdbath or shallow dish. 3. Avoid using pesticides in your landscaping.

2: 4. Place bird feeders away from windows to prevent collisions. 5. Keep cats indoors to protect birds from prey. 6. Install birdhouses for nesting opportunities.

3: 7. Use reflective stickers or window screens to prevent bird strikes. 8. Keep your garden clean and free of debris to reduce hazards. 9. Avoid using netting that birds can get caught in.

4: 10. Plant dense shrubs for birds to hide from predators. 11. Add a brush pile for nesting and shelter. 12. Limit outdoor lighting to reduce disorientation.

5: 13. Avoid using herbicides that can harm birds. 14. Provide shelter from harsh weather with evergreen plants. 15. Set up motion-activated sprinklers to deter predators.

6: 16. Create a butterfly garden to attract insects for bird food. 17. Avoid using bird baths with slippery surfaces. 18. Plant flowers that provide seeds for birds.

7: 19. Place feeders at varying heights to accommodate different species. 20. Incorporate bird-friendly features like a water fountain. 21. Trim trees and shrubs to prevent easy access for predators.

8: 22. Avoid using chemical fertilizers that can harm birds. 23. Secure garbage cans to prevent scavenging by harmful animals. 24. Install a bird-friendly landscape design.

9: 25. Encourage natural food sources by adding berry-producing plants. 26. Create a mulch pile for birds to forage for insects. 27. Provide a safe environment for bird migration.