Don’t Forget Our Feathered Friends

During these hot, dry spells that much of North America has been experiencing, don’t forget to set out water for our feathered friends and other critters.  They’re not fussy — most any kind of dish will do if you don’t have a bird bath.


Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

5 thoughts on “Don’t Forget Our Feathered Friends”

  1. I’ve been filling my birdbath constantly. I love watching the birds as soon as I fill it…the robins especially…come hopping when they hear that hose go on.

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