Introducing ‘Corinthian Bells’ Windchimes

Corinthian Bells windchimes are the first in a new generation of chimes to combine excellence in design with incredible tones and resonance. These are visually and acoustically exceptional chimes; we believe that they are the best chimes on the market today. The centrally suspended heavy-walled aluminum tubes along with the high density striker give these chimes their…

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Birds Need More Calories in the Winter

“In much of North America, winter can be a difficult time for birds. The days are short, and nights are often cold and long. The natural food supply has been consumed or is hidden by snow. Most insects are dead or dormant. Water can be hard to find, and food needed to provide the energy…

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Fall Birding Information

I am always looking for interesting articles about subjects I am interested in learning about. I will continue to share the ones I find most insightful. Here is the November e-newsletter from Cornell Lab of Ornithology. It covers binocular use, fall bird watching and information on Project Feeder Watch. Enjoy! Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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Can I still plant spring flowering bulbs?

In order for the bulbs to have enough time to establish their roots, plant them about six weeks before a hard, ground freezing frost . However, as long as you can get a shovel into the earth you can still plant them. A good rule of thumb is to plant bulbs when the average nighttime…

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Woodpeckers Drumming On Your House?

There was a recent question about what to do about a woodpecker that was drumming on a customer’s house. I found some good information to offer understanding on this behavior from the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. “Q. Why do woodpeckers like to hammer on houses? And what can I do about it? A. Woodpeckers usually…

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