Winter is coming to Thorndike and it’s time to prepare for your backyard birds. Hummingbird feeders need to be taken down by the end of September. Most Hummingbirds have migrated through by this point, however, you don’t want any stragglers to hang around until it’s too late. Contact the Bird Store and More to find ways to properly store your hummingbird feeder until the spring.
Another way to prepare for your Thorndike birds is to make sure your heated baths have been tested so they will not freeze over at the coldest time of the year. The Bird Store and More suggest putting thermostat triggered baths in the freezer in order to get them cold enough to turn on and check.
The Bird Store and More has many ways to attract winter birds to your yard, but their main goal is to help birds survive the winter season. Storms and blizzard can make it hard for birds to find food. The winters in the Thorndike area can be very harsh, with constant snowstorms and freezing temperatures, birds find it difficult to locate fresh water and food. Prepare backyard birds for winter with heated baths and plenty of food that is easy to find at The Bird Store and More.
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