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Archive for September, 2008

I Can’t Wait For My Winter Birds To Return

I enjoy feeding and watching birds all year long. Every year I see something I haven’t before and my catalog grows a little bigger. This past year I saw my first Blue Grosbeak during the change from winter to spring. Our yard backs up to woods so I’ve also had the chance to see birds […]


Keep Your Hummingbird Feeders Up Until First Frost

Most of us can’t wait until April every year to start putting out our Hummingbird feeders. We love attracting those little birds that are so much fun to watch. I live in the South near Nashville where we get a ton of the Ruby Throated Hummingbirds. We laugh when they hover around us chirping and […]


Take Down Your Feeders At First Sign Of House Finch Eye Disease

If you live in North America and feed with sunflower seeds, chances are you’ve seen your share of house finches. These small but vocal visitors generally travel in small flocks during most of the year. Here is a link to pictures of both the male and female from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology site. While […]