Cute bird feeders and accessories for bird watching!
Since moving into this house, I have become an avid bird watcher. I think it’s because there are big windows and you can see straight to the back patio.
What happens when you get old? Ha! Or maybe you’re enjoying the simpler things as you get older. So let’s go.
I would like to show you some of the things I have recently acquired for my birds. In case you want to be a bird nerd like me.
Our patio is our absolute favorite place when the weather is nice. I love sitting here watching and listening to the birds in my backyard.
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I thought the combination of these two was pretty good. It’s fairly shallow, so you’ll need to add water every few days.
Just float – works in full sun wonderfulIt doesn’t hold a charge of any kind, so it stops working as soon as it hits the shade.
Let’s see how high the water is spewed out:
Comes with different caps to change the fountain according to your needs.
I don’t keep them in bird baths all the time because they tend to float to the edge and the water is thrown out of the bowl. I plan to tie a rock or something to the bottom so it doesn’t move around too much.
I’m impressed by the power! Great for backyard water features.
The sound of this little fountain is so calming!
Birds love it even more! It’s so easy for them to fly off and eat whatever they want. As you can see, the Blue Jays love it. 🙂
The Cardinals, who are close to us, also visit often.
Sometimes they knock out some of the seeds, but they always eat what falls to the ground as well.
It’s seriously the cutest thing ever. However, it is very small and needs to be refilled frequently. This works best for small, young trees.
There are many squirrels around here, but I have never seen one. Maybe it’s just that I haven’t met them, but they don’t seem to have much trouble eating bird food.
If you’re interested in becoming a bird nerd like me, here are some of the cutest bird feeders I’ve found online:
Are you an avid birdwatcher… at least in your backyard? 🙂 I actually considered buying some binoculars so I can get a better look at some of them.