how about a group about the different birds that come into our gardens?
Latest Activity: Apr 18
thanks Elizabeth...yes it is wonderful to be able to get back down on the ground....working on some fairy and gnome gardens which does require "getting down"...being careful still as it takes a while for everything to heal. Both hips done now and feel like new.
Beth, I'm so glad to hear your on the mend, It feels so good to be back in the garden doesn't it. I have enjoed mine more this year than I don't know when.We have a small veggie garden too. Take care and don't over do . HugsElizabeth
Here is how the feeders with the patio block look
We put 12 inch patio stone down under our feeder post and it cleans up wonderfully easy. Plus it looks nice.
momma feeding baby starling. They are already on their third round of babies!!! Not my favorite bird but they seem to be good parents.
caught this baby towhee feeding this morning. I haven't seen the parents or heard them. Was a nice surprise
ggot such a kick this morning watching two baby bluejays trying topen sunflower seeds...they dropped more than they opened. They do persevere tho and get a few.
Very nice pictures, Sharon.
Oh, that is so nice for you, Sharon. You are so lucky.
Patricia...if you figure out a way to keep the feeding area clean, please share it with us....I have my 'feeding station" in an area that is completely bare underneath cause nothing will grow where all the seeds fall. Every now and then I will clean up all the seed shells cause I mostly just put out black sunflower seeds and as you now they do make a mess. I put cracked corn on the ground and the cardinals and dove and jays, etc. all seem to love it. I have a couple of ducks that come by and of course squirrels have to have their fair share.
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