Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Seeds for the BIrdies


Some people feed wild birds but only in the winter months.

In summer, there's plenty for birds to eat out in the wild, they say.


Well, birds can find seeds in their feeders in our back yard in both summer and winter!  

Boy, they eat a ton of wild bird seed mixed with sunflower seeds.

The feeder could easily be filled on a daily basis but it's actually filled just a couple of times a week.

Then, it's empty before one knows it.

Some of the seeds fall on the ground and an army of squirrels are quick to clean them up. 

 
Early morning, it's pleasing to hear the choruses of bird sounds.

The birdies can come to our house for seeds whenever they wish.



DO YOU EVER FEED THE WILD BIRDS?

7 comments:

Linda O'Connell said...

We fill the feeder daily for the abundance of birds who stop by to dine and the take adip in the ir drinking water!

diane stetson said...

No as there are too many other creatures who would eat the seeds in my yard. Had to stop feeding the birds years ago.

Chatty Crone said...

Bet you have a lot of squirrels! LOL Do you have that feeder in a bucket. That is sweet of you to feed the birds all year round.

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, I used to feed the birds some bread crumbs at times when I was enjoying my coffee early in the morning at the park. Since moving to So Cal, I've been very busy doing things with Nel, and I sure miss visiting nature, Susan. It's such a peaceful place. I'm so glad you get to enjoy the birds right in your back yard. I think they know which house to come to. ; )

~Sheri

Brenda @ Its A Beautiful Life said...

All year long there is bird feeders for our feathered guests. And especially during the nesting season. We have so many young coming now to the feeders. It is such a joy! Worth every penny to buy the seeds.

Wishing you a beautiful weekend, Susan.
Heart hugs,
Brenda xox

Manisha Sahu said...

I tried but it is eaten by squirrels... :P

Interflora India Flower Delivery Service said...

I tried but it is eaten by squirrels... :P

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