This fall I bought the exact same bird feeder on the right. I did not want to pay the price of $90.00 for it. I broke down and bought it. I'm glad I did. It's saving me a fortune in bird seed. The squirrels can no longer steal the seed. I still feed the squirrels and you can view it here.
toute cette neige est impressionnante et tres belle
It looks nice with the snowcaps on top.
I know they're thankful to have a benefactor like Jim!
Kudos to both of you. Our wee avian friends need all the help they can get during a Minnesota winter!
My brother and his wife, who live in St. Cloud, visited us just before Christmas and they commented that they go through a lot of bird seed in the winter.
Reminds me that I need to put food in my feeder. It's fun to see how many varieties of birds find a feeder.
It looks like a cold and cloudy day. The birds will be happy to see these feeders.
I bet those birds get mighty hungry in the winter months.
By the sounds of it, this is probably a neighborhood hot spot. They may not show it, but I'm sure the birds are mighty thankful.
That is what happens her, too! I love the snowy branches in the background.
We must be feeding the same birds. Food does not last long here.
So beautiful.If you would be so kind as to stop by my blog today I have a little something for you. =)
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