Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The snow is gone and the birds are back to their busy selves.. this morning has been busy with birds, I went out to feed the birds this morning and discovered a sad scene. I found a dead chickadee by the porch beside the bush.. Needless to say, I gave the little fellow a proper burial.. visit the photo page to see other pics from today..

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Snow Day!

Not as much snow as we thought we would get, but just enough to be out in it to enjoy taking some birdie shots! this little downy woodpecker looks cold! and it is cold! at least he has some suet to enjoy :) please see the photo section to view more pics!

Friday, January 6, 2017

Nutty Squirrel

This is one BAD squirrel! I found Buddy hanging upside dining on some peanut suet. I now know not to buy peanut suet.. I'll stick with the berry suet :)  

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Let it Snow!

This lovely red bellied woodpecker is out getting his food before the snow that we are expecting this weekend, starting tomorrow. This was a quick shot taken seconds before he moved. Which surprising turned out great!

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Chilly Weather

Don't forget to put out suet, bark butter, and bird seed out for our fine feathered friends this winter! fresh water is a must, as water will freeze in the winter months. be sure to keep a metal or plastic bowl out with fresh water out on you deck or porch.

Monday, December 19, 2016

Snug as a Bug in a Rug

I know this is not a bird, but I thought this is pretty awesome! a cocoon.. this is the first cocoon I have ever seen in my life. I spotted it one afternoon while looking out side, and just had to take a picture of it. This just shows how awesome God is in creating such an amazing thing. Come spring, it will be a beautiful butterfly!

Friday, December 4, 2015

Dining on Suet


Here is a red bellied woodpecker enjoying some suet.. getting ready for winter. Suet is good to put out for the birds in the fall and winter, helps with energy.. and keeps them fueled up for the winter. Be sure you have suet, seed cakes, or bird seed out for our feathered friends this winter season! ~Whitney