Feeding Birds In Winter - I have lots of birds that come to my yard and I try my best to keep my birds fed. Here are a few tips for choosing the right bird food and what kinds of birds eat different kinds of food. Hummingbirds also are here year round, so I keep them fed with hummingbird nectar and try to keep the hummingbird feeders from freezing.
Hummingbird Wars vs Cats In The Garden Again. The ongoing battle of Hummingbirds between themselves for food and territory and my keeping hummingbirds safe from my Cats in the Garden. See the latest installment.
Where Are The Birds? It's Spring, after all. There are lots of birds nesting. It is the breeding season, after all. Lots of birds have disappeared from my feeders. They do this every year at this time, only to reappear with muted colored tiny replicas of themselves. Take a look at some of what I have been seeing...or not seeing in my Backyard Birding endeavor.
Where are the Downy Woodpeckers? I want to know. We have had every other kind of bird in my yard from raucous Scrub Jays to Pileated Woodpeckers, hummingbirds and chickadees. Just no Downy Woodpeckers! I hope they come soon.
With the cold evenings recently, here are a few more ideas how to keep hummingbird feeders from freezing, and keeping the hummingbird nectar fresh.
We have Anna's hummingbirds all year long. Here are a few methods how to keep hummingbird feeders from freezing. Doing any of these methods will help keep the hummingbird nectar liquid when the temperature gets below 25 degrees. Take a look and see what you can do to keep these little birds nourished in the cold winter months.
Three Anna's Hummingbirds battle it out over a hummingbird feeder in an end of season episode of Hummingbird Wars. Is the food source dwindling and they are more territorial than usual, or was this just my luck to see this extended war?
Juncos are our first hint of an impending winter in our area, and are one of my favorite winter birds. Yesterday, I saw my first ones. They are here. These beautiful chocolate colored birds will be with me throughout the fall and winter and into spring. It is so much fun to do some backyard birding, when I can't really get out into the garden.