Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Birders Giveaway - Number Three



Birders Giveaway Number Three is really fantastic. I'm so excited for you. Here's what Birdfeeders.com is offering this time!
If you enter and win, you will receive a Birdscapes Royal Blue Ceramic Hanging-Standing Birdbath. Included is a terra cotta bowl with a glazed center, a black enamel steel stand, and a rust-resistant hanging wire. This bird bath is so versatile; hang it from your deck or use the stand in your garden.

Tip: When looking for the proper placement for a bird bath, remember that birds need clean feathers to fly, but once they get wet they don't fly quite as easily. Position the bird bath near a tree or shrub so they can seek protected shelter as soon as their bath is over while waiting for their feathers to dry.

Now if you're anxious to enter, here's how:

1. Leave a comment after visiting the Birdfeeders.com web site. Tell me something you learned about protecting the birds in your yard. Click here.

2. For a second chance to win, sign up as an e-mail subscriber with Feedburner, Feed Blitz, or become a Google Follower (see sidebar.) Then leave a second comment telling me you have subscribed or that you are already a subscriber.
If you subscribe in more than one way, leave a separate comment for each.


3. For a third chance to win, blog or Tweet about this contest with a link here, then come back and leave another comment telling me about it.


4. For a fourth chance to win, subscribe to the Birdfeeders.com E-Newsletter, then come back and tell me that you have done that.


5. If you're not a blogger, be sure to leave your contact e-mail address like this to avoid spammers: pianananna(at)gmail(dot)com. If I don't have a way to reach you or you don't respond in three days, your name will be disqualified, and I will choose again, picking my favorite answer.

Good Luck!!

Open to US residents only, 18+.
Winners will be chosen by random.org.
Email addresses will not be shared with any third parties.
This Giveaway ends on Tuesday April 27th at midnight ET.





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234 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Larger birds kill and eat the smaller birds! ugh

frogz60@hotmail.com

slb3334 said...

put it in the shade to keep water from evaporatin so quickly.

Tina12312 said...

Hummingbirds can be especially territorial and aggressive birds. A dominate male can overpower a single feeder defending his food supply. I didn't know that. Thank you!

Tina12312 said...

I follow on google friend connect.

Tina12312 said...

I'd love to win and I tweeted http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/12579612972

thank you!

KayzKreationz said...

I follow your blog.

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KayzKreationz said...

I didn't realize bees and wasps could contaminate the hummingbird food and discourage the hummers. I will have to check into the bee guards for my hummingbird feeders or get the saucer shaped one.

http://KayzKreationz.blogspot.com
kaythomerson(at)hotmail.com

KayzKreationz said...

I signed up for the Birdfeeders.com e-newletter.

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KayzKreationz said...

I just tweeted about this giveaway.

http://twitter.com/KayzKreationz

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Ashley Elaine said...

they make ant guards to protect hummingbird feeders from ants that can contaminate it and discourage hummingbirds from feeding


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Ashley Elaine said...

follow your blog.

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Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

Oh my! That birdbath is amazing and would look beautiful in my garden:)
I learned that I need to move my bird feeders at least 12 feet away from the tree trunk to keep it away from squirrels (a constant battle).

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

Just tweeted about the giveaway:)

Ashley said...

I learned that a dominant male hummingbird would take over the whole birdfeeder.

hewella1@gmail.com

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

Also a blog follower:)her

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

Signed up for the e newsletter too.

dawafo256 said...

that ants can contaminate a hummingbird feeder and discourage hummingbirds from feeding.

dawafo256@gmail.com

dawns41 said...

I learned that a bird feeder needs to be atleast 12 ft away from a tree trunk so that squirrels dont get into it.

We have loads of squirrels so this is a great tip.

dawns_horizen (at) yahoo (dot) com

dawns41 said...

google follower

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Anonymous said...

I learned windows can be a danger.
debp
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Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I liked their hummingbird migration map. Although they are suppose to be in Ohio in April I have not saw any as yet.
I would love to win that beautiful blue birdbath. How pretty.

Holly said...

I learned that by putting the feeders away from "launching" points, keeps birds safe by keeping the squirrels away!

hondaray6 said...

Though the ants are a constant battle I didn't realize they contaminate feeders. I also didn't know they made ant guards! Thanks
hondaray6 at hotmail dot com

hondaray6 said...

I follow your blog

hondaray6 said...

I subscribe via google reader

hondaray6 said...

I follow on twitter and tweeted-
http://twitter.com/hondaray6/status/12598738118

hondaray6 said...

I subscribe to the birdfeeders newsletter
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plhill2000 said...

I learned about the damage ants can do to a birdfeeder.

Chip said...

I can protect my bird friends from colliding into my windows by moving my feeders further out into the yard.

chipdip2010(at)hotmail(dot)com

Chip said...

Follow via GFC - Chip

CathyH said...

I learned that using a hummingbird feeder with large plastic flowers may distract the dominant bird from chasing the others away!
cathyhorner at embarqmail dot com

CathyH said...

email subscriber
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CathyH said...

follower and thanks!
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kathyluman said...

If bees, hornets or wasps are invading your feeder, your best bet is to purchase a hummingbird feeder with built-in bee guards. These are mesh-guards that prevent bees and wasps access to the feeding ports

kathyluman@gmail.com

kathyluman said...

I became a follower via Google Friend connect.
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kathyluman said...

I'm a subscriber via Google Reader.
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kathyluman said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/kathyluman/status/12614733673
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sweetsue said...

You can protect birds from squirrels with a squirrel repellent!
smchester at gmail dot com

sweetsue said...

I follow you on Google Friend Connect.
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Dee said...

Squirrels can be agressive so ther are things to keep them at bay.

Carolsue said...

To deter aggressive male hummingbirds, try a feeder that has large plastic flowers disguising each feeding port. These may block the dominant hummingbird's view of other birds.
digicat{AT}sbcglobal{DOT}net

Carolsue said...

I follow you publicly on Google Friends Connect (Carolsue)
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Carolsue said...
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Carolsue said...

I posted your contest on my Blog
http://carolsbloggys.blogspot.com/2008/10/contests-from-our-bloggy-friends.html
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Carolsue said...

I subscribe to your blog's newsletter by e-mail
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Rebecca Graham said...

I learned that Ant Guard will keep ants out of the bird bath.

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Rebecca Graham said...

Tweeted: http://twitter.com/rhoneygee/status/12624396768

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Anonymous said...

HORTON111@AOL.COM

HAVE SEVERAL FEEDERS PLACED IN DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN YOUR YARD OR GARDEN...THOSE LITTLE HUMMINGBIRDS....FOR THEIR SIZE THEY ARE BULLIES

Tina12312 said...

daily tweet http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/12638747495

mamawj said...

main entry: I have always been curious as to why birds fly into windows and my only conclusion was that it was mating season and they thought it was the oppisite sex but I see after reading the tips to protecting birds that there are many reasons one of which was they may see a cloud & sky reflection and think they are still flying into them and the tip I enjoyed reading the most was"Averting Window Collisions" they suggested putting on stickers or window clings which I will do because they often hit just my kitchen window, thank you very interesting site.
sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

mamawj said...

I am an e-mail subscriber
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mamawj said...

I am a Google Follower as j.cutshaw
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mamawj said...

my tweet to your Birders Giveaway - Number Three
http://twitter.com/itsallnew2me/status/12639203313
sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

hummingbirds are aggressive little birds

frogz60@hotmail.com

Di said...

I learned to protect the birds from squirrels by placing feeders away from Squirrel launching spots such as poles, fence, wires and laundry lines.

Di said...

Tweeted: http://twitter.com/freesamplemomma/status/12641614439

jan816 said...

The male dominant hummingbird can chase all the others away

AF_wife said...

I learned to keep the bird bath near shade. I want it out in my yard though! So I can see the birds! :P

Deb S said...

Upside down feeders are a good way to let the wanted birds like goldfinches get to the seeds, while keeping away junk birds.

debs.contests (at) gmail dot com

AF_wife said...

I blogged about your giveaway!

http://thetravelingcoldwells.blogspot.com/2010/04/new-york-is-on-steroids.html

stephanie_dunbar07 at hotmail dot com

Deb S said...

I'm an email subscriber

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Deb S said...

I follow on google
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Deb S said...

I subscribe to birdfeeders.com newsletter
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Deb S said...

tweet http://twitter.com/debscontests/status/12648287877

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Bethac said...

I learned that to keep birds from flying into your windows you can close your blinds, put stickers on your windows, or hang a windchime outside your window!

Bcarpenter1(at)cinci(dot)rr(dot)com

maxfate said...

I'm excited to try the tip of using an upside down feeder! It is a struggle having any food left for the Finches.Nothing has worked,we just end up putting more & more seed out.

maxfrostfate@gmail.com

maxfate said...

I am an email subscriber.

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Bethac said...

I follow you on twitter as Bethac1 and tweeted: http://twitter.com/Bethac1/status/12651097824

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TXsunlover said...

We live near a large park area near the edge of town so there are usually some hawks nearby. I learned that taking down birdfeeders for a few days until the predatory bird realizes there will be no meal will cause them to move on.
Thanks for the chance to win!
proudyaya04 {at} yahoo {dot} com

TXsunlover said...

I'm an email subscriber!
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Bethac said...

I am an email subscriber!
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TXsunlover said...

I subscribe to the Birdfeeders.com newsletter.
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Bethac said...

I subscribe to the Birdfeeders.com e-newsletter as Bcarpenter1(at)cinci(dot)rr(dot)com

Sharon said...

I am a email subscriber.

Sharon said...

I shall have to try the upside down feeder to attract gold finches. I shall keepin mind about removing feeders when the hawks are around.

Sharon said...

I now get the Birdfeeder newsletter.

lmurley2000 said...

i learned to use a upside down bird feeder

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lmurley2000 said...

email subscriber

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lmurley2000 said...

tweeted

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lmurley2000 said...

signed up for birdfeeders.com newsletter

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mogrill said...

I learned that you should put your feeder 12 feet away from tree trunks to keep away from feeders.
Thanks for the chance.
mogrill@comcast.net

Kowanda said...

I learned there is something you can buy called "Squirrel Repellant". I think I would buy a dome, though.

kowandamcbride at yahoo dot com

Kowanda said...

I subscribe via email
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Kowanda said...

I subscribe via google reader
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Kowanda said...

I follow via GFC.
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Kowanda said...

I signed up for the birdfeeder.com newsletter
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leloni said...

you can take down your birdfeeders for a few days, until the predatory bird realizes there will be no meal and moves on.

Danielle said...

I learned that you should hang your feeder at least twelve feet from any tree trunk or limb and at least four feet up from the ground to keep away those Squirrels.
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Danielle said...

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Danielle said...

Follower on google FC.
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Danielle said...

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Danielle said...

signed up for E-newsletter
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Colengal said...

"If bees, hornets or wasps are invading your feeder, your best bet is to purchase a hummingbird feeder with built-in bee guards" - learned something new today

naturegirl said...

Use an ant guard or a moat on your hummingbird feeders to keep out the ants.

SueZH said...

I didn't realize that bees, wasps and ants can contaminate hummingbird feeders so that they will not use them.

SueZH said...

Im a subscriber

Melanie said...

to avoid house finches, remove stands from the feeders

melanieinaz2003 at yahoo

freddie said...

Place your bird feeder at least 12 inches from the tree trunk and at least 4 feet up from the ground to protect your feeder from squirrels. dwelchert@yahoo.com

freddie said...

Email subscriber. dwelchert@yahoo.com

freddie said...

Follow via Google Friend. dwelchert@yahoo.com

freddie said...

Signed up for Birdfeeders.com E-Newsletter. dwelchert@yahoo.com

Sharon said...

I learned that hummingbirds always migrate singly, never in groups or flocks.

Sharon said...

I am subscrined to your email through feedburner.

Sharon said...

I am a google follower.

Sharon said...

Signed up for Birdfeeders.com E-Newsletter.

Tiff said...

I learned that birds are in danger because of windows which appear invisible to birds in flight. So sad!

Marci J said...

I learned if there's a predatory bird around, you can take down your birdfeeders for a few days, until the predatory bird realizes there will be no meal and moves on.
june_spirit2628 at hotmail dot com

Tracy said...

Beautiful blue bird bath. I have seen it in person and it is even prettier than the picture.

I know it's best to keep kitty cats in the house. I see there is a product by Hahavart that is a repellent to keep away the cats that your neighbors let run around.

tyumenqueen said...

Look for feeders that do not have an attached seed tray so larger birds will not have a place to perch. Great giveaway....vlnett@sbcglobal.net

Anonymous said...

I learned that many things can contaminate hummingbird feeders.

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dutchess said...

i never knew that ants can contaminate my hummingbird feeder... it all makes so much sense now.

Tina12312 said...

daily tweet http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/12713886986

Blissful Bee Boutique said...

I learned that it's best to keep your bird feeders out all year long, not just in spring & summer.

kristi.blackstone@yahoo.com

Blissful Bee Boutique said...

I follow your blog through GFC

Sarah Simplifies said...

I learned this:
Summertime feeding helps reduce the stress of nesting at a time when natural seed supplies are at their lowest

Miss Spoken said...

Hang feeder in the shade to avoid water evaporation

Miss Spoken said...

Email subscriber
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Sharon Harmon said...

To deter aggressive birds, use feeders designed for smaller birds, such as tube feeders or feeders with short perches.
txgigggles@yahoo.com

Tracysweetangl said...

Ant Guard keeps ants out of the bird bath.

Tracysweetangl said...

follow your blog

Tracysweetangl said...

email subscriber

Linda said...

Getting an upside down feeder is good for attracting Goldfinches and it keeps out the junk birds!
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crystal said...

I learned that you can Try a feeder that has large plastic flowers disguising each feeding port. These may block the dominant hummingbird's view of other birds.
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crystal said...

I am an email subscriber
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coriwestphal said...

I live in a yard FILLED with squirrels. They are definitely a nuisance. I learned that to protect the birds in your yard from squirrels is to get squirrel repellent. No, seriously!

coriwestphal said...

Tweet: http://twitter.com/coriwestphal/statuses/12738563698

coriwestphal said...

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coriwestphal said...

I signed up for the Birdfeeders newsletter at coriwestphal at netzero dot com.

Sarah Simplifies said...

I blogged about this on my weekly Giveaway Roundup at Sarah Simplifies. Check it out! http://sarahsimplifies.blogspot.com/2010/04/giveaway-roundup_23.html

Jules @ MoonCat Farms said...

I learned that you should match the feed and the birdhouse to the type of bird you're trying to attract to your yard.

Thank you for the chance!

Jules @ MoonCat Farms said...

I am an email subscriber through Feedburner.

Jules @ MoonCat Farms said...

I am a Google follower.

Jules @ MoonCat Farms said...

I subscribed to the e-newsletter at birdfeeders.com

Jenn S. said...

I learned that bringing feeders in at night, keeping your birdfeed supply inside, and cleaning up any spilled bird seed are your best preventative weapons against bears.

~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said...

LEARNED HOW TO USE AN UPSIDE DOWN FEEDER@! WASNT AS COMPLICATED AS I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE!

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Sarah said...

I learned that you can protect birds from flying into your windows by breaking up the reflection with stickers or plastic wrap.

Sarah said...

I'm a new follower on GFC.

Tina12312 said...

daily tweet http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/12767660471

Jean said...

Birds wet from bathing don't fly well, so they're more vulnerable to predators. Shrubbery nearby gives them a safe place to hide while they preen and dry off.

llinda29 said...

Hummingbirds can be especially territorial and aggressive birds. A dominate male can overpower a single feeder defending his food supply. Try a feeder that has large plastic flowers disguising each feeding port. These may block the dominant hummingbird's view of other birds.

sherry said...

main entry:protecting my bird from squirrels is making sure you place your feeders away from all “launching” points, including trees, houses, laundry lines, and telephone and cable wires.and i know also you can grease the bird feeder pole with crisco and it will make them slide down the pole and they cant get to the feed
campcreeknanny at gmail dot com

Missybeez said...

learned that I need to move my bird feeders at least 12 feet away from the tree trunk to keep it away from squirrels.
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Missybeez said...

follow GFC
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Pamela S said...

One thing I learned was "If bees, hornets or wasps are invading your feeder, your best bet is to purchase a hummingbird feeder with built-in bee guards. These are mesh-guards that prevent bees and wasps access to the feeding ports". Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

Pamela S said...

Subscribed to feed. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

Pamela S said...

Follower GFC (pamelashockley)
Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

Pamela S said...

Just subscribed to their email newsletter. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

Nanci said...

As a solution to your ant problem, we offer an Ant Guard, which can be hung above your Hummingbird feeder. The Perky-Pet™ Ant Guard uses Permethrin to repel ants and is proven safe around birds, pets and people.

Deborah said...

We have a large hawk population in our area - the site said I could discourage them from going near our feeder by taking down the feeder for a few days, until they move on.

Kerri said...

Birdfeeders.com is a great site with helpful info. I learned that wet birds don't fly as well and need shelter to dry off, such as shrubs and trees.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Kerri said...

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Tina12312 said...

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nobluefood said...

birdbath should be in the shade.

flychild7 said...

regarding squirrel

If you are hanging your feeder from a tree branch, try and locate it at least twelve feet from any tree trunk or limb and at least four feet up from the ground. This will prevent squirrels from either jumping from the tree or up from the ground onto the feeder.

flychild7 said...

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Tracy M. said...

I'm sitting here on your website scrolling down to the comment section and listening to the bird calls you have here. My dog is so funny. It's got him all curious, ears strait up, looking around. He's no rocket scientist my pooch.

I LOVE the birdbath. Beautiful!

I was just reading @ the website that the right kind of birdfeeder can keep aggressive birds from getting @ the feed and allow little birds to eat in peace. There is one neat one that looks a bit like a decorate cage w/a tube feeder in the middle. Cool. Great website. Nice merchandise!

sibabe64 said...

I learned that you need to move your bird feeders at least 12 feet away from the tree trunk to keep it away from squirrels

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evenstar said...

I learned that bears can be attracted to bird feeders and that you can get an ant moat or bee guard to keep insects out of hummingbird feeders.

evenstar said...

I'm a google follower.

Tina12312 said...

daily tweet http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/12884886969

Tracy Lynn said...

I LOVE birdfeeders.com

Their products are just beautiful and so unique. This blue bird bath is such a pretty color.

Birdfeeders.com has such great info. about ways to protect the birds that come to your yard. They have repellent for cats and even birdfeeders that will help keep ants, squirrels, and nuisance birds away!

My email is teachesminds(at)yahoo(dot)com

dutchess said...

i learned that i should get an ant moat.

madpay said...

clean birds smell better

idahomom said...

We live with snow six months of the year and birds really need help getting food.

idahomom said...

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idahomom said...

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Charlene said...

I learned that if you are hanging your feeder from a tree branch, try and locate it at least twelve feet from any tree trunk or limb and at least four feet up from the ground. This will prevent squirrels from either jumping from the tree or up from the ground onto the feeder.

Charlene said...

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sdianen said...

Bird baths need to be out of the sun and bird feeders should be kept full.

sdianen said...

Google follower

Auriette said...

I learned that birds can't fly while their wings are wet, so it's good to place your bird feeder near shrubs that will give the birds a place to hide while they dry off.

singermagic1 said...

I learned that bird baths need to be near the sun or shrubs so birds can dry their wings off, they can't fly with wet wings
singermagic1(at)yahoo(dot)com

Marlena said...

I learned i can protect the birds from squirrels by hanging my feeder away from 'launching points'
stargazer_mg@yahoo.com

Marlena said...

follow with google friend connect

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Hotsnotty2 said...

Sometimes simple solutions such as bringing feeders in at night, keeping your birdfeed supply inside, and cleaning up any spilled bird seed are your best preventative weapons against large predators, thanks!

Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

Salleefur/Jesslyn/Jesster said...

My husband has been talking about a Hummingbird Feeder for several years now - so I was happy to learn quite a bit!

First, that one must place their bird feeders at least 12 feet away from the tree trunk to keep it away from squirrels. This is especially important because we have an OVERABUNDANCE of squirrels around here.

And I was quite surprise to learn about the aggressiveness among hummingbirds to gain dominance in the pecking order (especially among males and larger birds.) Apparently this delicate and beautiful birds belies a rather brutal reality!

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Salleefur/Jesslyn/Jesster said...

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Subscribed to Newsletter at
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(Now that we will be receiving the Newsletter it is virtually a SURE thing - my husband will make #1 on his project To Do/Wish List. I think it will be great fun - as long as the birds don't get too rough on each other!

djgroz said...

If bees, hornets or wasps are invading your feeder, your best bet is to purchase a hummingbird feeder with built-in bee guards. These are mesh-guards that prevent bees and wasps access to the feeding ports

ladyvon5845 said...

To deter aggressive birds, use a feeder designed for smaller birds.

ladyvon5845 said...

I am an email subscriber.

ladyvon5845 said...

I subscribe via email to birdfeeder.com

concretemom said...

I didn't realize ants posed a problem to bird feeders. Ant guards help protect them.

concretemom said...

I subscribe to your blog.

Shellie said...

I learned that you should use bird feeders designed for smaller birds to deter the larger agressive ones.
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Shellie said...

Subscribe publicly via Google Friend Connect.

Shellie said...

RT

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Tina12312 said...

last tweet http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/12952030645

thank you!

Michele P. said...

I learned that in order to keep them from colliding into windows you can Attach branches in front of your window and cover windows with netting or screens.

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Michele P. said...

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Michele P. said...

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Barbarawr said...

I learned that bird feeders need to be at least 12 feet away from the tree trunk to keep it away from squirrels (Yeah right - like they won't find SOME way to get there anyway!)

Barbarawr said...

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