Terri’s Sunday Still: Feeding Those Birds

Terri reminds us February is National Bird Feeding Month. “By February in the northern hemisphere, seeds, grains and other feed are buried under snow and mud or already eaten.”

Here is my entry:

Hummingbird Flaps away at up to 90 beats per second burns up calories fast. We can help these hardworking foragers get the nutrients they need by providing them with their favorite post-workout meal nectar (1/4 cup refined white sugar).

Feeding birds in my backyard:

Papa and mama woodpeckers are feeding their babies. Sharing parenting duty is what they do so well, day in and day out.

Click here to join Terri’s Sunday Still. 

Have a wonderful week! 🙂

58 thoughts on “Terri’s Sunday Still: Feeding Those Birds

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  3. Great captures Amy! We have to be careful here because of the bears. They love bird feeders but are hibernating now so we do have a feeder out. It’s fun for us in the winter when we are inside looking out so much. In the summer we bring our hummingbird feeders in at night. We had a bear climbing up to our second story deck once and we scared it off.

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  4. You did get some great shots, Amy. I’m getting my Canon Rebel XTi out today. You’ve inspired me to get back into macros and telephoto shots that I can’t get even with my new iPhone. Your woodpeckers look different than ours in CA, or maybe I’ve never gotten that close to them! LOL. Have a great weekend coming up. 🙂

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  5. Absolut great shots! 👍 👍
    We are feeding our birds with feeders like yours as well. Now all the migrants are coming back from the south. Hanne-Dina feeds them with a bird feed mix and with raisins. Especially the blackbirds seem to like raisins.
    Wishing you a wonderful week and thanks for sharing your pictures
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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