Feeder watch

This is my third year to participate in Cornell’s Feederwatch Citizen Science Project. It is a simple task of counting the number of each species of bird that comes to your feeders or your yard because of the natural planted food available. You then report this to their online website.

It helps me be more intentional about observing the birds.

I have lots of help as can be seen by this picture!


Categories: Feeder Watch, Home, Montgomery County, Yard BIrds | Tags: , , , | 2 Comments

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  1. My moms participate in Cornell’s Project FeederWatch, too!! I always offer to help, but they say that I scare all of the birds away!

    • But they are so cute when they are watching birds! They get so animated. I always know when the nuthatches are on the feeder or the goldfinch are two inches away with just the glass to keep them out of their mouths!

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