Winter Care

Our feathered friends look for food, shelter and a safe environment.  Suet is an inexpensive and great source of fat for birds.  To learn more about feeding birds through the winter months, take a look at this informative article from Nature Canada and other valuable information.









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Comments

Andy said…
I got my feeders up last weekend. The most common bird I see are the sparrows. Right now there are lots chickadees.
Fantastic captures, Daniel.
Our visiting birdies are feasting on the many berries hanging around. Helping hands provide in winter.
eileeninmd said…
I have been enjoying my feeder birds, Great post and I love your photos.
Wow, is that a flicker or a woodpecker in the hole of that tree? Amazing shots, all.
Gillian Olson said…
Beautiful pictures Daniel, especially the one of the Flicker peeking out. Good reminder about feeding the birds.
Crafty Gardener said…
We have feeders up all year but make sure they are topped up all winter. I ran out of my homemade bird cake and put up a store bought one, and guess what, those birds are spoiled and have hardly touched the purchased one.
Stephanie said…
Pretty birds! I am finally arriving at your blog to visit and comment. Thanks for your visit to my blog!
Your bird captures are stunning, my favourite today is the first one, what a handsome little fellow.
Juliana said…
fantastic birds!
they look ready for cold season

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Stephen Hayes said…
Love that tiny shout of red in the picture of the bird in the knothole.
Hilary said…
Wonderful shots. The last one is my favourite. I just love mockingbirds
Jeanne said…
Wonderful shots, and perfect timing for a reminder on this!
Renae said…
oh you live on Prince Edward Island? oh the emotion and beauty! lucky you.

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Madge Bloom said…
Wow, what amazingly detailed shots! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #56!

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