Bird feeding is for everyone
What can you get out feeding birds:
- Fun. Big fun. Something deep seems to get fulfilled. A connection is made with the immense beauty of nature.
- Satisfaction. Birding invokes our primeval hunting instincts. It delivers all the satisfaction of the hunt, even though the prey itself escapes unharmed. Birding is the perfect sport for the 21st Century.
- Health. Birding gets you vertical. It gets you outside and walking. But it's effortless, because your attention is on the birds. Nevertheless, after a little birding, you've usually covered quite a bit of ground.
- Family. Birding unites people across generations. By taking up birding, parents or grandparents can introduce their children to an interest in nature that will stay with them all their lives.
- Companionship. Birding is the ideal social activity. A birder need never be lonely. Nearly every community has a birding club of some sort. And because birders love to share their knowledge, newcomers are always welcome.
- Solitude. Birding is also the ideal solitary sport. There's a special pleasure in going out alone to bird. Your mind settles down. Your senses open up, and all nature seems to become your friend. Birding is a sport of many moods, and it serves the causes of companionship and solitude equally well.
What do the birds get our of it:
- Proper nutrition
Feed the birds in your garden with the Pest-Off bird feeder from Roamwild. It will only let the songbirds sing, not the pests. Squirrel Proof and pest proof
- Tags: wild bird care
- James Thorn