The Best Pastime
Observing the birds in our backyard is one of the best hobbies.
I’ve discovered what sorts of fowl appear in our yard during different seasons, and what their http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds tracks and calls sound like. I’ve discovered a little about their behaviors by observing them. I’ve also figured out how to bring more birds to our yard with the judicious arrangement of bird feeders stuffed with a number of foods and bird seed, and by maintaining the birdbath total.
The stunning male red-bellied woodpecker, revealed above, and his mate were thrilling additions to our backyard visitors a few years ago after I put out a peanut feeder. They’ve and we been visiting regularly since then.
Another hobby I am developing along side my backyard http://spottingscopereviews.net/ birdwatching is character photography (I am even more of an amateur photographer than the usual birder). The two go together! Most of the images on this page are photographs I took of our visiting backyard fowl, and they’re marked as such.
We’ve many different kinds of birds that visit our backyard. It is a bird-friendly location throughout the year, and I enjoy photographing and observing them in all seasons.
Most of photograph and the fowl that I watch are those who come to our bird feeders. Now I comprehend most of the birds that come to our feeders, including juveniles of different bird species, females, and the men.
Some of the birds we see make their nests nearby, such as this robin. Her mate and she have nested for at least three years under the eaves of our house . Once the chicks are hatched, we see the parents flying back and forth with bugs, grubs, and worms due to their young. One year they’d three clutches of eggs (2 is more typical).