More photos of birds using the homemade feeder

Photo by Chris Bosak A White-breasted Nuthatch checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A White-breasted Nuthatch checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

As promised, here are a few more photos of birds using the feeder that my 12-year-old Andrew and I made last week. Here’s the original story in case you missed it.

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Photo by Chris Bosak A Tufted Titmouse takes a peanut from a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Tufted Titmouse takes a peanut from a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak A Mourning Dove checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Mourning Dove checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak A Downy Woodpecker checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Downy Woodpecker checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak A White-breasted Nuthatch checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A White-breasted Nuthatch checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak A Tufted Titmouse checks out a new birdfeeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Tufted Titmouse checks out a new birdfeeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak A Downy Woodpecker checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A Downy Woodpecker checks out a new bird feeder in Danbury, Conn., March 2016.

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2 thoughts on “More photos of birds using the homemade feeder

  1. I don’t have any trees to turn into that kind of feeder so I overturned a small porch table that has sides and keep pouring seeds on the glass tabletop. The winds blows the chaff away so I rarely have to empty the remains. The doves love it. So do the squirrels. The smaller birds come in when the big guys leave and have a hanging feeder if they can’t wait.

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