Wind: 1mph NW
UV index: 0
We were greeted by a bit of sunshine and a light pillar at sunrise this morning. Yesterday, I found a log and created a homemade bird feeder to photograph. I drilled some deep holes in it and mounted it on a board that I attached to the porch railing. To keep the seed in the holes, I needed a suet-like binder for the seeds. I tried honey and birdseed first and after finding out you shouldn’t feed honey to birds, I switched to mashed prunes as a binder. That was not very popular with anyone, so I dug it out and switched to natural peanut butter. The woodpeckers came out of the woodwork for that! I also tried suet, which seemed to be popular, but froze pretty solid in this weather. We spotted some blue sky later in the afternoon. Unfortunately, the snobby Cardinals (five in all) would not use my feeder, but I did get Red-Bellied, Pileated, and Downey Woodpeckers, Tufted Titmice, Chickadees, and a White Breasted Nuthatch.
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Great pics Jim!
Love the first pic..gorgeous!! The bird feeder tree great idea!!
I love the Leland Report and I certainly love these pictures. Blessings
You had me at that first photo. It is definitely a WOW. Love the bird feeder idea. We have a nearly dead cherry that will come down in the spring. I might try that !!
Such a neat feeder!! And lookee at the