The cutest bird feeders and accessories for bird watching!
Since we moved into this house I’ve become an avid bird watcher. I think it’s because we have such big picture windows and we can easily see right out to the back patio
Is this what happens when you get older? Ha! Or maybe I’m just enjoying the simple things more as I age. Let’s go with that.
I wanted to show you a few of the things I’ve picked up for the birds lately and then some favorite items I’ve used for years. You know, in case you want to become a bird geek like me.
Our patio is our absolute favorite place to be on nice days. I love sitting out here, watching and listening to the birds in the backyard:
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I thought the combo of the two was such a good idea. It’s pretty shallow so I do have to keep up with adding water every few days.
It just floats around — if it’s in full sun it works great. It does not hold any kind of charge, so as soon as it hits any shade it will stop working.
See how high it throws out the water?:
It comes with different caps to change the fountain if you’d like.
We don’t keep it in the bird bath all of the time because it tends to float to the edge so the water is thrown out of the bowl. I plan to tie a rock or something to the bottom to keep it from moving around so much.
I’m impressed with how powerful it is! It would be great in any backyard water feature.
The sound of this little water fountain is so calming!
The birds love it even more! It’s so easy for them to fly up and eat what they want. As you can see, our Blue Jays love it. 🙂
The cardinal couple we have nearby visits often as well:
Sometimes they knock some of the seeds out, but they always eat what lands on the ground too. I like having this one up by the house so we can see the birds up close.
It’s seriously the cutest thing ever. It’s very small though, so you’ll need to fill it often. This one would be great for smaller, younger trees!
We have a ton of squirrels around here, but I’ve never seen them on these. It could be I’m just not seeing them, but we don’t seem to have a big problem with them eating the bird food.
Here are some of the cutest bird feeders I found online if you’re interested in becoming a bird nerd like me:
Are you an avid bird watcher…in your backyard at least? 🙂 I actually considered buying some binoculars so I can see some of them better. 😂