Holiday wildlife buffet Place orange slices, cranberries, nuts, birdseed, and other bird- and squirrel-friendly foods in a birdbath, then top with water and let freeze. Not only does this add a nice pop of color to the winter garden, but watching the critters dig into the ice for their treats will provide hours of entertainment!
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The Imperial Pheasant is found in the forests of Vietnam and Laos. Its appearance resembles another Vietnam’s enigmatic bird, the Vietnamese Pheasant, but is larger in size, has longer tail, all dark blue crest and tail feathers. The latter species has white crest and central tail feathers.
Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… yes, that’s a bird. And that’s a plane. When you make this telescope with your child, have fun watching for birds, planes, and other flying objects. It’s an easy craft that can change your kids’ perspective and help them focus on things around them in a different way.