yep! and there are at least four pairs coming to the feeder regularly. In fact, so many birds come we have to keep going to town for birdseed - I have to find somewhere that sells it in great big bags. Fun to watch them and they are all getting kind of fat! I thought wild birds knew when to stop eating, but there's a little nuthatch and I counted him taking 20 seeds this morning - he flew off with most of them, probably feeding his mate.
also I planted bachelor's buttons and some other flowers that make seeds the tiny finches love to eat! I am trying to plant other things for them - oh and the hummingbirds come drink from the lilies and other flowers every morning and evening. It's much better than tv!
that's nice...attracting the butterflies too I'm sure. I love hummingbirds. I had the opportunity to actually pick one up once. It was caught behind one of those glass deck panels...it couldn't figure out how to get out...so I picked it up...it was so tiny...i had to be so gentle...i let it rest on the railing...it stayed for a second or two and then it was gone....it was a nice feeling to hold a hummingbird....probably won't get a chance to do that ever again....
How much longer will "white" be the majority In america?Latinos are the fastest growing ethnic group in America.Once "whites" (anglos) have lost their "majority," what do you think the effect will be on the USA...or will there be no effect?
Trying to identify an Anime from the 1970'sOr perhaps the very early 1980's? I really don't have much to go on I'm afraid, but it was Sci-Fi, pretty sure it had robots in it as well a humanoid characters. They were on a journey / quest and this may be the best clue, there was a disturbing scene...
Can anyone help me identify this bird? It is very large, about 21 inches long...This morning when I got to work I found this huge and unfortunately dead bird on the deck. It had apparently flown into the window. It is some kind of grouse but it doesn't quite match any particular type.It...
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