Why Birding Can Boost Your Mental Health

The surprising psychological benefits of bird therapy.

Lolita Cordin
2 min readOct 19, 2021


Photo by Boris Smokrovic on Unsplash

Bird feeding is a therapeutic art. It is something simple yet profound. It eventually becomes not so much of a hobby but rather a philosophy of life.

“If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.” — Vincent Van Gogh

Feeding birds is a great way to connect with nature. It is not just something old people do, it’s what better people do of any age. Birding is a beautiful thing. You feed birds, you watch them and you grow as a person. You start noticing you have less ego and more heart. You enjoy the simplicity of birding and good things come easier to your life. The state of the inner piece connects you with nature and it brings you joy. Every day you find few minutes for yourself by taking care of these creatures that have been around since dinosaurs. You establish a relationship with birds. They remember you and come back to see you. Bird feeding and bird watching become your medication, your therapy, and can make your life more meaningful.

The healing benefits of it are proven by the science and the well-being of many people…

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Lolita Cordin

Certified Hypnotherapist. Visit my website www.cordinmethod.com to learn more about what I do.