Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Watching Birds with the Birdscapes Garden Sip & Seed Birdfeeder!

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There’s no greater education for children than to take them outdoors as much as possible to explore the plants and animals in their environment. One great way to attract some beautiful birds to your area is through a birdfeeder!

I was recently given the opportunity to try the Birdscapes Garden Sip & Seed birdfeeder and waterer from Woodstream Corp. The first thing that struck me when I opened the box was how pretty it is!


As you can see from the picture above, it has a decorative copper-finished metal hanger in a pretty scroll design, along with decorative panels on the tubes. But the really unique feature about this feeder is that it includes a water holder! Not all birds eat bird seed, but you might be able to attract them with water. And you can use the tubes any way you like: with bird seed in both, water in both, or one of each!

My kids and I got busy preparing our birdfeeder as soon as it arrived. It’s very easy to unscrew the finials and open up the tubes. We filled them up, and then found a great tree branch in our back yard on which to put the hanger. We fastened the feeders, and then it was time to watch!

We could see the feeder through the back windows of our house, so we kept checking it every time we walked by. That same day, we saw several birds on the feeder! I hurried to get my camera and managed to get a shot of one of them. I’m not sure how well you can see the photo below, but there’s a very cute bird on the feeder!


The kids and I have continued to find a lot of joy in the Birdscapes Garden sip & seed birdfeeder. The boys love to tell me when the bird seed is gone so we can fill it up again. And, of course, it’s always lots of fun when we spy a bird in it!

You can find the beautiful Birdscapes Garden Sip & Seed birdfeeder at www.birdfeeders.com/store/wild-bird-feeders/737. You can also check out other birdfeeders on the Woodstream website at www.birdfeeders.com. They have some beautiful designs, as well as bird baths, bird houses, and much more. They even have informational articles about birds and birdwatching. Discovering birds at a bird feeder in your yard is a wonderful experience to share with the whole family!





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