A Natural Bird Feeder

By Patricia Zick @PCZick

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My husband likes to plant sunflowers around the periphery of the garden. This beauty is a volunteer from years past. Soon it will develop seeds in the center and feed the songbirds in our yard.

We don’t leave out traditional bird feeders during spring and summer because it draws all kinds of wildlife who also love to munch on our garden produce. Instead, in the summer we have the sunflowers to give some natural food to my feathered friends.

 

The other flowers in the yard are flourishing as well. Some of them are perrenials and others are annuals I plant in pots around the patio. That way I can move them around for  sun, rain, and aesthetics.DSC02592 DSC02595

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy summer.

 

2 thoughts on “A Natural Bird Feeder

  1. My mom always wanted an aviary in the backyard, but it has never happened. However, over the last few years she has been developing a garden. The flowers have attracted birds. The birds like to do a dust bath in a divot created by the two dogs wrestling. Once the dogs are inside or on the walk, there will be five to ten birds just hanging out and dusting themselves.

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