Saturday, November 26, 2022

Helping Wings

It’s the time of year up north when the bird feeders come out for the winter.  Here’s some helpful and needed advice for all of us no matter where we live.

3 barks and woofs on “Helping Wings

  1. For a few years it seemed like bird feeders were the default gift to give me; I ended up with 22, and I make sure they’re full every day. It’s fun to watch the blue jaws fly in for the peanuts I set out every morning.

  2. In my family it was a legacy of my grandparents in Minneapolis. They lived in a part of the city near Lake Harriet and they had all sorts of birds, including pheasants (peacocks without the attitude). Dad had bird feeders in every place they lived, and they were outside his window when he died. My last gift to him was a copy of Roger Tory Peterson’s Field Guide to the Birds.

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