A fun way to feed the little birds a special treat: spread some peanut butter on an old metal grater and hang it outdoors. The peanut butter settles in the large and small holes, and also coats the steel, but in small enough amounts that birds can pick a little at a time, as the wren did. The chickadees will find it first, and they’ll let everyone know about the new thing in the yard. The nice thing is that the grater isn’t easy for larger birds to land on, so the little birds get most of the treat.. . . . . . .
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