A birdie with a yellow bill . . .
A birdie with a yellow bill Hopped upon the window sill
A birdie with a yellow bill . . .
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How to choose the best hummingbird feeder
How to Make Hummingbird Food & Choose a Feeder - Empress of Dirt
Bird Bath Ideas
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Bird feeder or birdbath
DIY bird feeder using clay pots & hanging basket (cat proof!) could do with glassware!
DIY bird bath and feeder - clay pots and hanging basket
Creative Bird Bath Projects & Tutorials
Funky Birdhouses, Beautiful Birdhouses, House Birdhouses, Birches Wood, Gardens Birdhouses, Birdfeeders Birdhouses, Birds House, Birdhouses Inspiration, Bird Houses
birdhouses with residents in house #birdhouse #photography
Birch wood bird house
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yellow birdie in a shallow pond.
Yellow Bird - yellow warbler (photo by lilibirds)
yellow warbler #birds
yellow warbler: Who is that beautiful bird?
All kinds of animals...
Yellow Warbler (photo by lilibirds) First saw this bird 9/12/05 but was dead. :-( Took me awhile to figure out what it was. Lemon & lime colors & very small.
Pretty Pretty Bird
Bird house hole sizes: Optimum Hole Sizes (Inches) for Common Birdhouse Nesting Species: American Kestrel 3, Ash-Throated Flycatcher 1 1/2, Barn Owl 6, Black-Capped Chickadee 1 1/8, Carolina Wren 1 1/2, Downy Woodpecker 1 1/4, Eastern Bluebird 1 1/2, House Finch 2, House Wren 1 1/4, Northern Flicker 2 1/2, Prothonotary Warbler 1 1/8, Purple Martin 2 1/2, Tufted Titmouse 1 1/4, Violet-Green Swallow 1 1/2, White-Breasted Nuthatch 1 1/4.
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Preferred birdhouse hole diameter sizes for common backyard nesting birds. Includes tips for how to increase or decrease hole sizes.
BUILDING A BIRD HOUSE ? Bird house hole sizes: Optimum Hole Sizes (Inches) for Common Birdhouse Nesting Species: American Kestrel 3, Ash-Throated Flycatcher 1 1/2, Barn Owl 6, Black-Capped Chickadee 1 1/8, Carolina Wren 1 1/2, Downy Woodpecker 1 1/4, Eastern Bluebird 1 1/2, House Finch 2, House Wren 1 1/4, Northern Flicker 2 1/2, Prothonotary Warbler 1 1/8, Purple Martin 2 1/2, Tufted Titmouse 1 1/4, Violet-Green Swallow 1 1/2, White-Breasted Nuthatch 1 1/4.
Building a Birdhouse? Here's How to Make the Right Size Hole: The entrance hole to a birdhouse determines what types of birds will nest there.
Building a Birdhouse? Here's How to Make the Right Size Hole
Spring is coming. Keeping Birds Safe Around Windows
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Naomi once read a newspaper article about birds, how lights shining from the windows of high-rises blind the birds. They fly into the glass and, stunned or with necks broken, they drop to the pavement below. “We’re killing the birds.” Rod and Carol stop. “What?” Rod says. Naomi fumbles in her pocket for a tissue. “Nothing.” From the story _Impact_, Sweet Life
Keeping Birds Safe Around Windows
Problems with Windows, Birding Basics
Birds cannot see glass. Birds see trees and shrubs reflected in the windows of our homes and fly towards them. Bird fatalities from window collisions occur frequently in residential areas. You Can Help Make Windows Safe for Birds You can help reduce, and in some cases eliminate, bird-window collisions at your home. The key is to provide birds with the visual cues they need to alert them to the presence of glass.
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FLAP - Fatal Light Awareness Program - Working to Educate & Engage People About The Safety of Migratory birds in the Urban Environment. Check out their brilliant guide to birds felled by buildings: http://www.flap.org/pdfs/common-birds-toronto.pdf
Fatal Light Awareness Program - Working to Educate & Engage People About The Safety of Migratory birds in the Urban Environment
CAT TAILS: Are used by many birds and Hummingbirds for nesting material.
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Hummingbird gathering material for nest building.
HUMMINGBIRD Nest building
Ray G. Foster Salem, Oregon Ducks, not hummingbirds, were on Foster's mind when he settled down behind a photo blind near a pond in southern Oregon. "I wasn't having any duck luck so I decided to focus on this hummingbird," says the paper mill worker. He used a 300mm lens to take this unusual photo of a rufous hummingbird collecting fibers from a cattail--presumably to build a #bird of paradise| http://amazing-cooking-tips-jazmyne.blogspot.com
Hummingbird gathering nesting materials
Groundcovers that Attract Birds: Organic Gardening
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Red Northern Cardinal.
red cardinal bird | The red cardinal bird is one of the most fascinating species of birds ...
A Groundcover for the Birds
Creating a Bird-Friendly Yard
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Creating a Bird-Friendly Yard New research shows that small habitats can add up to a big difference. By Rene Ebersole Published: July-August 2013
Creating a Bird-Friendly Yard | Audubon Magazine (HINT: you need an insect friendly yard)
creating a bird friendly yard
Creating a Bird-Friendly Yard
Always in the middle!
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argument: I'm the one in the middle, pentet bird by SIJANTO NATURE
Sibling Rivalry 500px / Photo "Pentet Bird" by SIJANTO NATURE
Three Little Birds
Pentet Bird by Sijanto Nature, great writing prompt
Pentet Bird by SIJANTO NATURE, via 500px bickering just like kids
Caught in the middle of the argument. Check out our CritterCritic blog for lots of great info about animals! www.critterzoneusa.com/pages/blog
Silkitoppa - Bohemian Waxwing - Bombycilla garrulus
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Silkitoppa - Bohemian Waxwing - Bombycilla garrulus...these birds migrate through Edmonton in the early spring and they are beautiful!!
What a difference a path makes! Aiming to make a garden for birds and wildlife, Christy Scerra and Hannah Taylor of Serenity Gardens in Tacoma, Washington added paths, plants, baths and tiny houses...
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Love this natural bird bath
Before & After Garden: Serenity's Bird Garden
Natural birdbath from a basalt column.
Rock birdbath by rochelle
rock bird bath
Before & After Garden: Serenity's Bird Garden
Project Beak: A great site for learning all about birds! Even "make" your own bird and see how likely it is to live in its habitat!
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From top to bottom: Northern Cardinal, Baltimore oriole, Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Barn Swallow
Bird Adaptations interactive website
Project Beak: a wonderful website geared for kids; includes teacher resource; be sure to check out the "build a bird" game!
Interactive Bird Adaptations Site
Project Beak: Adaptations
This Cedar Waxwing is so beautiful (Bombycilla Cedrorum). They are primarily frugivorous . . . a fruit eater! Most of its diet is made up of berries, especially in the winter. They will eat insects and sap when necessary. Cedar Waxwings are very social birds and can be seen grooming each other.
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Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) // #bird #animal #nature #photography #beautiful
The Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) is a member of the family Bombycillidae or waxwing family of passerine birds. It breeds in open wooded areas in North America, principally southern Canada and the northern United States. Cedar waxwings are approximately 6–7 in (15–18 cm) long and weigh roughly 30 grams. They are smaller and more brown than their close relative, the Bohemian Waxwing (which breeds farther to the north and west).
Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum).. What a pretty bird!
Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum)..another beautiful bird!
Parasol Mandarin Recycled Glass Oriole Feeder, Medium at BestNest.com
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Gypsy Rose Mosaic Garden Yard Bird Bath Decor by JoSaraUK on Etsy
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Gypsy Rose Mosaic Garden Yard Bird Bath Decor by JoSaraUK on Etsy, £36.00
Gypsy Rose Mosaic Bird Bath £35.00
Gypsy Rose Mosaic Garden Yard Bird Bath Decor
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Waxwings Cones by Mario Davalos These are beautiful birds
Bohemian Waxwings & cones, taken in Gardiner, Montana, USA
.Cedar Waxwings or possibly Bohemian Waxwings. It's hard to tell from this picture.
Natural Art Ceder Waxwing See link for credits
This looks like a flock of both Japanese & Bohemian Waxwings together in a tree - Cones by Mario Davalos
<3 Branches full of Cedar Waxwings
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Bohemian Waxwing (Silkitoppa) by Sindri Skúlason
Bohemian-Waxwing (Silkitoppa)-3-E by Sindri Skúlason - Nice catch!
.Cedar Waxwing feeding
Don’t limit your birds to seed, suet and sugar water. Keep ’em coming back for more by feeding birds the best buffet on the block.
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10 things you aren't feeding birds... yet!
Don’t limit your birds to seed, suet and sugar water. Keep ’em coming back for more by feeding birds the best buffet on the block. 10 things to feed the birds.
4 Endearingly Cute Backyard Animal Videos
10 Things You Aren’t Feeding Birds...Yet - Birds and Blooms
Image detail for -... preserver using this birdhouse is a good way to show that you care