the joy of one of my hobby’s. I already hear the little peeps and chirps.
This hobby is surely an entertainment asset that rewards you with many priceless hours of happiness and fulfillment from these feathered friends.
Winter is a great time to watch the different types of birds at the feeders.
Woodpeckers are busy eating mouthfuls of suet.
As the chirping and peeps continue…
I have a great resource close by ~ Wild Birds Unlimited. They have assisted in creating a space saving fence mount bird feeding station for my patio that enables me to enjoy the frenzy of feathered friends that visit constantly.
A mesh feeder for peanuts ~ a double suet/dough cage to offer this high energy treat during the winters cold months ~ a feeder for safflower seeds that the cardinals, nuthatch & titmice adore but squirrels don’t like~ a thistle seed cylinder for the finches ~
a feeder cup for grapes, oranges or even sunflower seeds.
Even a special place for the hummingbird feeder once the weather warms and they return.
Soon, it will be time offer meal worms for the busy nesting bluebirds. Nectar will attract the fascinating hummers. Fruits are also a favorite for many bird species so I will try grapes & oranges to see who stops by to feast on those.
~one vintage hag