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love the matallic that is showing on this HummingBird 3/1/13

love the matallic that is showing on this HummingBird

Red Bellied Woodpecker.  When seen at my feeder the bird was so fluffed up, I had a hard time finding it in a bird book!!

Top 8 Foods to Feed Birds During the Winter

This beautiful antique birdcage certainly adds style to this room and provides a pretty fashionable living space for these fine feathered friends.

The doves in their cage in the Garden Room at Filoli. So beautiful and serene. This beautiful antique birdcage certainly adds style to this room, and provides an attractive living space for these lovely birds.

Egret, love the fine feathers -looks like the bird is taking shower...

Great Egret Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janice McCafferty

~~Great Egret by Janice McCafferty~~looks like a bridal veil

Last Christmas my brother-in-law gave me this great teapot planted with a beautiful green plant.  Unfortunately, it didn't take long for me to kill the beautifu…

Future Home for My Fine Feathered Friends

future home for my fine feathered friends, homesteading, outdoor furniture, woodworking projects - Real Woodworking

Vintage Cut Glass Elegant Hanging Repurposed Bird by ARTfulSalvage, $45.00

Vintage Cut Glass Elegant Hanging Repurposed Bird Feeder by ARTfulSalvage

YARN BIRD FEEDER - This is so cool!!! Just add a couple of handfuls of yarn scraps to an inexpensive suet feeder and hang outside where the birds can find it. Then be on the lookout for birds nests in your neighborhood featuring your "building materials".

Creative Ways To Care For Your Backyard Birds

If you have a bunch of scrap yarn this spring, it's time to help out the birds! The Scrap Yarn Bird Feeder is a great and easy way to use up your scraps and help the birds build their nests after winter. This is an environmentally friendly project.

blue feathers. love the color

Gorgeous blue feathers using one monochromatic colour - blue. The darker blue is dominant however, the teal really pops and accentuates the outline of the feathers giving them depth and layers.

My son and I love feeding the birds that pay a visit to our neighborhood. When he  was young, my son would just sprinkle seeds in our yard. Now that  my son's older, we've thought up some more creative ways to feed  the birdies (like this milk jug bird feeder). For me anyways, the best part of creating this craft is afterwards, when my son and I can sit back, enjoy each other's company, and watch for our fine-feathered friends!

My son and I love feeding the birds that pay a visit to our neighborhood. When he was young, my son would just sprinkle seeds in our yard.

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