Bird Feeder Ideas

50 Bird Feeder Ideas



Tri-town library corner - Wicked Local Marion

The Elizabeth Taber Library is located at 8 Spring St. , Marion. The phone number is 508-748-1252. The hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday, from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Saturday, from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. and Sunday from 1 to 4 p. m. More program information can be... Source: marion.wickedlocal.com

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  • Tri-town library corner

    03/23/17 ,via Wicked Local Marion

    Ideas for designs will be shared over coffee and tea. Young Scientists Club: All children are welcome to drop in to enjoy the Science Exploration table where they can create a bird feeder, enjoy a squirrel scavenger hunt, and try other nature

  • Revolutionary Overhaul of Dinosaur Family Tree Proposed

    03/22/17 ,via U.S. News & World Report

    "But what has to happen now is a complete abandonment of old dogmatic views across the field because we have shown that rigorous and objective studies can pull apart age-old ideas, and that we as scientists should never got too comfortable with an idea

  • Blizzard prep: Wildlife style

    03/19/17 ,via Pocono Record

    Every inch of space on this stocking bird feeder is being used by hungry American goldfinches during Tuesday's record-breaking snowstorm. [Photo by Rick Koval] . The deep snow made simple woodland hiking nearly impossible. Fortunately, with the aid

  • Why won't the bird use the nice bird house?

    03/14/17 ,via The Mercury News

    When people are having trouble attracting hummers to their feeders, it's recommended they temporarily increase the formula to three parts water to one of sugar to lure birds in. Feeding the birds super sweet nectar also is recommended in the winter

  • New Nature Shop Opens In Fairfield

    03/10/17 ,via Patch.com

    Chris Petherick, owner of the new Wild Birds Unlimited of Fairfield (located at 2246 Black Rock Turnpike), is thrilled to note his new business is definitely for the birds. The nature shop carries fresh, high quality birdseed and other bird food, bird

Books

  • Bird Feeders

    Creative Homeowner. 1996. ISBN: 1880029464,9781880029466. 101 pages.

    Nineteen feeder projects with step-by-step instructions with detailed drawings. More than 80 illustrations and photos.

  • The Bird Feeder Book

    Lark Books. 1993. 144 pages.

    Offers plans and instructions for making a variety of bird houses, bird feeders, and bird baths, in both traditional and whimsical styles

  • 50 Fantastic Ideas for Exploring Nature

    Bloomsbury Publishing. 2016. ISBN: 9781472919212,1472919211. 64 pages.

    Many practitioners are under pressure to deliver effective outdoor learning experiences for all children. Current resources are aimed at academic studies or families - this book is an inspirational and accessible resource for practitioners. A starting point for outdoor activities that really engage, encourage and develop children.

  • 50 Fantastic Ideas for Seasons

    Bloomsbury Publishing. 2015. ISBN: 9781472924742,1472924746. 64 pages.

    Not only is the changing of the seasons an ideal time for children to focus on their understanding and exploration of the world around them, it is also a fantastic opportunity to encourage them to learn new skills or consolidate existing ones, using 'seasons' as a focus. The activities will support practitioners in exploring and reinforcing key learning around Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Although the ideas are linked to specific seasons, the concepts and skills are transferable to...

  • 50 Fantastic Ideas for Science Outdoors

    A&C Black. 2017. ISBN: 9781408186800,1408186802. 64 pages.

    50 Fantastic Ideas for Science Outdoors is full of play based ideas for exploring both the natural and man-made world within a child centered learning environment.









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Three tits at the feeder
Blue tit, willow tit and no idea who the third is, can only see the tail feathers.
Photo by stanzebla on Flickr
Junco & pine siskin
Good idea of how small the siskins really are. Naperville, DuPage County
Photo by synspectrum on Flickr
cat birdhouse salsa
Waiting for dinner
We thought it would be nice to provide houses for the birds. Not sure it was such a nice idea after all. But Salsa seems to like it.
Photo by jonas.lowgren on Flickr