Monday, June 16, 2008

Birdfeeder

I was out shopping the other day and bought this window birdfeeder. It attaches to the window with a suction cup, and it has a thermometer on the back. I thought it would be great for the kitchen window where I could get a close up of the birds feeding and also read the temperature outside.


Shortly after I put it up a little bird came. I'm not sure what he is, but he's so cute!


And then more came! Now I'm getting lots of little birds feeding right outside the kitchen window. It's so enjoyable to watch them.

Have a great day!

17 comments:

Suzanne said...

How fun! I'll have to look for one of those. Our birdfeeder hangs on a tree branch, so the birds aren't completely visible. My boys would love one that is a little more "up close and personal"!

Heidi Ann said...

Hi Donna, what a great feeder!!!! Isn't it so much fun watching these little creatures!...have a great Monday friend!...heidi :)

Jan said...

I love love little birdies. This is the cutest idea in a bird feeder. I have a little ledge on my front day that can cause a little gathering of finches. It just melts my heart.

I hope that you will enjoy these cute birdies, as they gather around your kitchen window. Simple joys of life is where its at.. Thanks for sharing Donna.

Jan

Tara said...

Donna

You are having a good time here, I can see it!

Beverly said...

That is a great bird feeder. We so enjoy watching the ones that visit us.

Happy bird watching.

Angie said...

I just found your blog, and what an absolute pleasure it has been strolling through! :) Oh my goodness, you gotta love Otis and Riley...I have two black/tans too--Dewey and Badger. My 'boys' are getting older, Dew is 13 and Badger is 12. And they truly are little heartbeats at my feet. :) You have a lovely blog, and I'll definitely be dropping in for tea and a visit often. :)

Naturegirl said...

Donna we have the same bird bath and now I want to have your same birdfeeder! I have been thinking of placing one at the kitchen window so I can admire as I wash up the dishes!
Yes I still wash..use the dishwasher only when company comes..with two retirees..we don't go through too many dishes..now I think I gave out too much information!! Now back to your feeder... I love it! hugs NG

Mary said...

Oh, I've got to get one of those!!! What fun! I think the little red headed fellow is a house finch. Enjot, dear Donna!
xoxo,
Mary

Rosie's Whimsy said...

Oh how fun! Sounds like a good present for my Hubby!

:-) Rosie

Our Red House said...

It's a great idea. What type of bird is that with the red head?

Kate

Deb said...

What a great bird feeder. How fantastic that the birds found it so quickly. You will get tons of enjoyment out of it!

KarenHarveyCox said...

Donna, I love these kind of bird feeders. When Ned and I were first married we moved into a town home that had a large garden window, Ned hung smaller versions of the one you have here. We had hours of entertainment as the bird would visit. This one is really special. Karen

Rhondi said...

That is a great bird feeder. How fun for you to be able to see the birds up close! We have a hummingbird feeder at out kitchen window and enjoy it too.
Hugs, Rhondi

linda said...

I love your new bird feeder...I'd probably stand at my kitchen window for hours watching those beautiful birds!

Sandra Evertson said...

Oh, how really wonderful this is, I imagine those sweet little guys are very happy about the new bird feeder too!
Sandra Evertson

Fifi Flowers said...

Love watching birds. I used to feed them until one day I saw baby rats in a feeder... yuck!
I rely on the trees in my garden now to feed the birds.
We have a lot of doves... even had a nest this year... FUN to watch the babies grow and fly away.

Sunnispace said...

How cute, Mom! I'm so happy you put all this stuff up on your blog so that when I come to visit I know what to look for ... you're always making changes! tee-hee!