Don't get me wrong, I'm not about to buy top-notch birdseed from the Audubon Society or anything. But I'm feeding the birds, and it's new to me to get pleasure from watching them eat from my kitchen window. Currently we have mostly sparrows, chubby squirrels and the occasional cardinal or blue jay.
In the spring we get cedar waxwings
that eat our mulberries, and they are a gorgeous sight.
Anyway, if I
start talking about buying suet or shooting squirrels, I'm expecting one of y'all to
host an intervention. Consider yourselves warned.
Image Credit (cedar waxwing): Cornell Lab of Ornithology