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The feeders are emptied quickly even in early June as the birds appreciate a quick meal as they flutter to feed their newborn babies.  They are singing lovely songs while working and connecting with their mates and community.  The joyous sounds are melodious and lift my heart. 

It is so nice to see they appreciate the seed placed out each morning and refilled throughout the day.   The local Grain and Feed store recommends providing seed through mid to late June while the babies are hatched and cared for until they are able to flee the nest.  For wonderful bird feeders, check out some we've purchased and use regularly by clicking here.


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One nice thing about this time of year are the colorful flowers that bloom all summer long.  These petunias are not only lovely but provide a source of food for hummingbirds who enjoy swooping down for some nectar.  Plant flowers in your yard and you will attract hummingbirds, butterflies and birds throughout the blooming season.

 


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07/12/2017 4:10am

Flowers are beautiful, even if it blooms late. It will and it will attract butterflies. What I love about flowers is that they do not mind the other flowers, even if it blooms earlier than they are. I want it to compare to late bloomer people. Not because a person is a late bloomer, doesn't mean she/he won't become successful. Sometimes it's just a matter of perfect season on when are you going to bloom as an individual.

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03/05/2017 1:24am

Flowers are very beautiful and we should make the small garden. I think it is good activity in free time and flower is also the sign of love. Here we can see the some tips for make the garden in house. It telling us how we can use the seed for planting.

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    Jacqueline Totten is a bird lover whose backyard is a true haven for many different wild birds, squirrels, deer, rabbits, fox and an occasional bear.  She keeps the local Feed & Grain in business during the winter months with the amount of bird seed purchased.

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