That’s really nice, she’s sharing her own snacks with them. ( She’s a bird.)
Yes and some of us pluggers not only provide a 24 hour all-you-can-eat buffet for our avian visitors, we also provide them a free bathtub.;D
What’s missing here? Squirrels, and maybe ducks, cleaning up the droppings.
Only in the spring when the food supply is low. The rest of the year the birds are on their own ;-)
I miss doing that.
This Plugger probably spends as much on bird seed, peanuts, cat chow, and dog food as she does on groceries.
We have three bird feeders, a suet block, a hummingbird feeder, a three-tier fountain/bird bath, and one of those tiny tables for squirrel food. And a dog dish with fresh water in it for the crows.
I would but I have cats. Able and willing cats.
Don’t forget the squirresls too :D
Where are the squirrels?
And hopefully these pluggers are truly “maintaining” their feeders…I’ve seen too many that are neglected and just nasty dirty. It takes a lot of work to keep bird-feeders, properly, and the area beneath them cleaned up.
Expensive, yes, but no Vet bills!
And worth every penny spent on feed. Beats most of what’s on TV
Not “24 hour” at my place…gotta bring in my feeders at night. The raccoons are belligerent night time customers who tend to tear up the premises…and deer don’t know their own strength !
We just do it for our dog……
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017