Sub-zero temperatures and lack of resources can make conditions difficult for residential birds during the winter months.
Officials in central and northern Indiana are warning people that dangerously cold temperatures being felt in the state can quickly cause frostbite.
The recreational skiing business started pumping out snow Wednesday in preparation of opening next weekend.
Northern regions of the Hoosier State are seeing up to six inches of snow, the National Weather Service says.
Despite sunny conditions, temperatures could drop to 27 degrees by Sunday morning.
Abundant supply and responsible distribution are keeping the fuel at around $2 per gallon.
Temperatures will be in the 30s over the next couple of weeks, and snowfall is possible, according to the National Weather Service.
Indiana has received 23.3 inches of snow this month, making it the third snowiest January on record.
The sub zero temperatures could have hurt farmers' winter wheat, but the snow may have helped minimize damage.
A wind chill advisory will take effect at 8 p.m. tonight through 11 a.m. Tuesday.