January 02, 2013
What’s up, everyone?
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a pawsome celebration with your friends and family ringing in 2013!
I don’t go back to school until Monday, so I’m going to the bird store with my dad today to get some bird seed. He gave my mom a bird feeder for Christmas so we want to get it up so that the birds can start coming to our yard to get food. Since it’s so cold, the birds will be looking for different places to get their food. Putting a bird feeder in your yard during the colder months is a great way to learn about wildlife, too, and you don’t even have to go outside!
I’ll make a peanut butter pine cone bird feeder next week and show you how easy it is to feed the birds in your neighborhood. I like making bird feeders and watching the birds come because I can get out my bird book and learn about why those birds are at my feeder. Did you know that different seeds are meant for different types of birds because of how their beaks are shaped? Plus, birds are descendants of dinosaurs, so that makes them even cooler because their ancestors lived all the way back in prehistoric times!
Catch ya later!