how about a group about the different birds that come into our gardens?
Latest Activity: Mar 17
We had our first mockingbird this morning. Hope he was attracted by the sound of water. The pond was to be finished yesterday but we're a bit behind schedule. Then, of course, I have new planting, decor...photos...
It can be very costly Priscilla, I agree. We are cutting back significantly, just purchasing black oil seed for now. Lowe's, over the Holdays, closed out their thistle for just $5 for about a 12 lb bag. We stocked up on that to get us through the winter. There will be plenty of thistle in the desert in awhile---so we'll be able to cut back our usage----
The peanuts in the shell are a BIG hit outside today. I haven't seen many eating them, but I am finding the shells. They are also eating the shelled ones in the peanut feeder. No bluebirds as I had hoped though.
Wonderful pictures. I had to give up feeding birds which I have done for many years as I was getting too many unwanted critters and was costing me a fortune and the birds weren't getting hardly any of the bird food. I do miss feeding the birds big time.....
Thank you Beth--being back in the desert we forget it's winter--79 today, 80 tomorrow---so glad to be out of the cold!
the lessers are so pretty Paulette...I haven't had as many goldies as I used to have...hardley any at the feeders this winter. Don't know why....
Another absolute gorgeous day here in the desert. We were delighted to have a male and female lesser Goldfinch for quite awhile. Hoping to have new visitors with all this warm weather--
Thanks...still trying to figure out how to post and upload pics.
What a nice picture, Vickey.
One of my wildlife family eating her corn.
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