Create a backyard restaurant for birds

Hayworth, Jean
December 2007
Breckenridge American;12/29/2007, Vol. 104, p5
The article presents information on bird feeding as an enjoyable winter hobby. During the cold months, people help birds by providing them with food. This can be a family activity for parents, grandparents, and children who learn how to help care for the winter needs of feathered creatures. The article details the various types of feeds appropriate for different bird species as well as feeding techniques and accessories.


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