feed the birds: During the Winter Months, Do Not Forget to Feed the Birds - 03/03/15 03:02 AM
During the Winter Months, Do Not Forget to Feed the Birds

I live in Southern California but even here, the food for birds becomes scarce during the cold winter months. I try to feed the backyard birds and also the hummingbirds who stay for the winter. Last winter, 2013-2014, when there was only about 10 homeowners in my neighborhood so we did not have many birds but this year we have over 50 homeowners and many birds stuck around for the winter.

I have some bird photos here from the Cornell Bird of Ornithology site.

If  you have … (8 comments)

feed the birds: Make an Edible Bird Feeder for Your Backyard Birds - 02/16/15 01:36 AM
Make an Edible Bird Feeder for Your Backyard Birds

 
If you are a bird lover then this will be an easy and fun way to feed your backyard birds. It is also a fun activity to do with your kids or to make to give as gifts.
3/4 a cup of flour 1/2 a cup of water 1 envelope unflavored gelatin (2.5 teaspoons) 3 tbsp corn syrup 4 cups birdseed (makes approximately 12 bird feeders) 1. Spray a spoon with cooking spray and mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl.
2. Spray the inside of your cookie … (22 comments)

feed the birds: Do You Prefer Red or White? - 01/20/15 02:47 PM
Do You Prefer Red or White?

 
The hummingbirds have hung around this winter so I try to give them fresh nectar every week. I decided it would be a nice change to give them red this week and they have been standing in line to get to the nectar.

 
I am thinking they like the red nectar more!
 
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California is a dream come true state no matter what your needs or wants are. We have year round warm weather, beautiful beaches, rustic mountains and desert communities. If … (12 comments)

feed the birds: The History of Scarecrows - 10/22/13 03:11 PM
The History of Scarecrows
The History of Scarecrows
 

Hungry birds have always been a problem and they eat the crops in the fields. The first recorded history of Scarecrows were over 2500 years ago when the Egyptians and Greeks put them in their fields to protect the wheat from large flocks of quail and other hungry birds.
Immigrants who moved to the United States during the 1800s brought with them a variety of ideas for making scarecrows. In Pennsylvania, German farmers built human looking scarecrows called a bootzamon or bogeyman. His body was a wooden cross and his head was a … (28 comments)

feed the birds: Do You Grow your Own Birdseed? - 09/01/13 05:02 AM
Do You Grow your Own Birdseed? I buy big bags of an assorted wildlife mix for my birds and it seem to last a long time. Recently a lot of corn has popped up in my yard where the seeds had fallen last spring before I moved that feeder.

 

 
Hadn't notice until yesterday but these plants are getting very tall and even my dogs are trying to eat the leaves.
 
 
Last summer a big sunflower plant came up in this spot spot but it died off after blooming for several months.
 
 
 
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feed the birds: Hang up Bird Feeders during Fall Migration Aug-Dec ...Save The Birds - 08/31/12 09:09 AM

Keep Your Bird Feeders Well Stocked during Fall Migration Aug-Dec


This year's bird migration is complicated by the lack of natural wildflowers, which have been hit hard by drought and forest fires. So birds that are looking about for their usual food sources are heading elsewhere. Large numbers of birds are swarming feeding stations set up in gardens and backyards in drought areas.


 Some hummingbird species fly 2,000 miles during migration. And with a heart rate of up to 1,200 beats per minutes, they often need to eat five times their body weight, every day. … (11 comments)

feed the birds: Highland Real Estate Market- Closed Sales January thru Sept 2011 - 10/14/11 11:38 AM
Highland, CA Real Estate Market Jan-Sept 2011....Closed Transactions Moving Upward!
 
 
 
 
 
Most of you know me but for any who do not, I am a local, experienced, respected Realtor who lives and works in this area. I belong to the  East Valley Association of Realtors, Women's Council of Realtors, and for Keller Williams Realty. I stay active in the community as well as busy marketing homes for sale and helping buyers find their dream homes.
 
 
 

 
I have just compiled the stats for Closed Sales from January- September 2011 for the city of Highland, CA … (4 comments)

feed the birds: Speechless Sunday- Hey Where's My Cracker? - 10/09/11 03:56 PM
Hey Where's My Cracker?
This picture was taken today near Anthony’s Seafood on 1360 N. Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA.

Inland Empire Homeowners, please call me for a Comprehensive Market Analysis to assist you with marketing your home for sale and getting the best price possible. Buyers, if you are planning to purchase real estate, let me assist you in finding the right home.  Google me at Kristin Hamilton, Keller Williams Realty, Redlands, CA

This post was authored and or picture was taken by Kristin Hamilton. ©2011, All Rights Reserved, This content may not be reproduced or reprinted (Except for ActiveRain Re-blogging) without … (24 comments)

 
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Banning, CA

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I am a Southern California Realtor and have a wide variety of interests. First of all Real Estate is my real love and focus point but I do have Hobbies. I am interested in Photography; Nature, Landscaping, Lunar and Solar Phases, but Birds are my favorites. I also enjoy scrapbooking, blogging, and traveling; beaches, deserts, and mountains. I am also involved in the community organizations and charities. I care about the Inland Empire and making it a better place to live. I write this daily blog composed of nature, real estate news and interesting stories in Southern Califoria and other places across the United States.


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