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Feeding Frenzy In The Snow

Snowy days always bring birds to the feeders in droves.  The ground and trees are covered with snow making it difficult for them to find food.  Open water in the heated bird bath is more than welcome – it can … Continue reading

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Splish Splash, I was takin’ a bath …

The earth is parched with our drought and high temperatures.  I’ve taken to regularly watering the lawns and trees.  My poor trees.  The garden flowers are being well taken care of.  The dryness has not stopped the Japanese Beetles from … Continue reading

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So, this squirrel walks into a bar …

“Good morning!  What brings you in at this early hour?” says the bartender who is mopping the floor of his empty sports bar and doing his daily cleaning before the wait staff and early lunch crowd begin to arrive in … Continue reading

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Hummingbird Soup and Hummingbird Cupcakes

It happened this evening.  I had returned from monitoring my Eastern Bluebird route and was relaxing on the deck.  I was pleased to see the Cat Bird and Downy Woodpecker come to feed on the suet cake I hung from a low-hanging … Continue reading

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South of the border wild bird feed cuisine.

Watching wild birds feeding outside my windows these last several years has proven to be both continuous education and continuous challenge.  It’s amazing how things change and how many new learning opportunities pop up.  Today I read about a squirrel’s … Continue reading

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Keeping Up Their Interest

The first thing that caught my eye as I descended the stairs this morning, was a Chickadee sipping water from the bird bath.  He lingered a while and took many sips.  A short time later, I saw “Mister Bird” sipping … Continue reading

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