Stories of Kindness from Around the World

Looking After Wild Birds

--by 4abetterworld, posted Mar 31, 2023
Jack Frost was out last night leaving a trail of glitter behind him. So pretty to look at! Remembered we still have some suet fatballs and put them into the bird feeders and on top of a little table in the garden. A blue jay was the first to discover the goodies and word has spread. So much so that the birds are literally queuing up at the feeding stations and patiently waiting their turn! Will now put out some fresh lukewarm water for them all. My feeder is attached to the arch for roses. (See bottom of my picture.)

Please be sure to look after the wild birds during the cold weather. You can get suet fatballs without the plastic net casing nowadays which are perfect for sparrows and tits. Just ensure you have the right sort of feeder to put them into. Blackbirds and robins love picking at apples, raisins and porridge flakes and most birds apreciate seeds or grains. It is always a pleasure to feed the birds and they always remember where they find food. I have observed that the woodpecker and starling families come by year after year.  💗🐦

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Readers Comments

DANCE wrote: sweet to see your love for them
Rajni wrote: Birds too remember your kindness and come to thank you.
pluto178 wrote: I am more intrigued by the red disc of light that appears to be housing a body lol x
Mish wrote: You are a blessing ❤️
TheHuman wrote: Super 🙂
mindyjourney wrote: thank you for your kind support of our winged friends! Have window open here in TX and listening to their early spring songs 🎶.
DrJoe wrote: Birds fill our lives with color and song, thank you for looking after them! :)

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