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Winter Birds' Feeding Frenzy (Cats LOVE It!)

My gazebo sunflower seed bird feeder served as the perfect feeding station, making this feeding frenzy a birdwatchers' delight.



How to pick the right bird feeder and how to keep it stocked | News ... - News & Observer

Although some wildlife gardeners are not especially concerned about keeping the bird feeder full after winter turns to spring, there are still a few good reasons to do so. For one, the early days of spring are not yet flush with nature’s bounty. Source: www.newsobserver.com

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  • How to pick the right bird feeder and how to keep it stocked | News ...

    02/24/17 ,via News & Observer

    A pair of American Goldfinches (Cardualis tristis) hang upside-down as they feed on thistle seeds from a bird feeder. The feeder is designed to encourage other 

  • Mystery plants appear under site of former bird feeder

    03/03/17 ,via Sacramento Bee

    Experts tackle readers' garden questions. Q: We had two new volunteer plants growing last summer in an area where we used to have a bird feeder. The first one is a pretty bush, almost 3 feet tall, with tiny yellow flowers and small leaves. The second

  • Backyard nature: Bird feeder mania!

    At the end of my last Forest Hills Connection post, “Backyard nature: Winter is for the birds,” I mentioned our first bird feeder and the birds it was drawing. Then Marlene Berlin posted her marvelous account of her new backyard bird feeder. Sense a trend?

  • The Seedy Habits of Bird Feeders - - The Adirondack Almanack

    In seedy neighborhoods across the U.S., ordinary people are shelling out hard-earned cash to feed a habit of near-epidemic proportions.

  • How (and Why) To Clean Your Winter Bird Feeder | Care2 Healthy ...

    02/20/17 ,via Care2.com

    Dirty bird feeders, especially during warmer winter days when the snow melts, are a breeding ground for disease that could decimate entire backyard bird.









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