February 15, 2014
Birdwatching Dot Com
It's not the bluebird saying that. It is I who put those words into his beak.
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from This Morning Outside
Put a few mealworms in the mealworm feeder each day, and your bluebirds will quickly learn this is their own feeder.
It will outlast wood. It's made of recycled plastic, so it helps the environment, too.
Mealworms help the bluebirds feed their young. They also help the birds get through cold spells.
Everyone interested in watching wild birds deserves her or his very own binoculars.
A good binocular for getting started does not have to be expensive, but it should have good optical quality.
The Eagle Optics Shrike 8x42 costs under $100.