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A male Red-bellied Woodpecker (Melanerpes caro...

The kids and I have learned so much about birds during our Bird Unit. I think the neatest thing has been watching the bird feeder which is about 2 feet from our kitchen table. We eat breakfast with the birds. The past 2 mornings a red bellied woodpecker has decided to join us. THAT has been amazing!!

The kids and I made birdseed cookies and placed them out in the front yard for our feathered friends. I noticed today that the front yard has been FULL of tiny little hopping sparrows, doves, robins, and other little feathery signs of spring.

Here is the recipe we used:

2 cups of four
1 cup of salt
birdseed to taste

(Not really, but add enough birdseed and water so that it’s doughy and not too sticky.)

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What birds have you seen this week indicating the coming of spring?


Birdseed Cookies — 3 Comments

  1. Love this idea…..i have a bird book and i sit in, the sun room and each new bird i see we mark our book…….you would not believe all the different birds we have… interesting to see the rare birds that we have…..

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