Garden Birdspotting Folksy Friday

One of the things I like about winter in the garden is the increased number of feathered visitors. They seem to be particularly greedy right now and their favourite nibble seems to be sunflower hearts. Luckily there’s a local petshop just up the road so it’s easy to restock quickly.

My Folksy Friday today shows some lovely items to represent a few of the birds that are regular visitors in my garden right now.

ACEO Redwing Print – Hazel Fisher Creations

Redwings are amazing birds, I have a Birdcherry tree that really attracts them, a flock of Redwings can  strip a berry tree in no time!


Sweet Robin fabric ornament – Clootielugs

One of my favourites is the cheeky Robin – I have a pair of them visiting at the moment. They spend as much time fighting off birds in mid-air for first dibs at the seed hanger!


Blackbird Droplet Earrings- Handmade Charlie

I spoil the Blackbirds with sultanas – they’ve learnt that if they sit on the fence outside the back door chirping really loudly, that will be their reward!


Posh Pigeon Cushion – Sixes & Sevens

Pigeons, they’re a bit too big for the feeder and none of the other birds get a look in whilst they’re eating, but it is funny watching them try and get into the tray by sliding down the curly metal arm.


Birdbox with Bluetit pyrography detail – London Clay Birds

The Bluetits are such cheery little birds and very polite – they flit down, take one seed and then flit off back to the nearest tree to eat it.


Goldfinch Birdseed Card – Kate Broughton

And then there’s the stunning Goldfinch. Such a beautiful set of bright colours. These little birds mostly visit in a pair and will sit either side of the sunflower heart feeder for minutes at a time.

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I hope you enjoy these lovely Folksy choices – just click the pic or the shop name to find out more. What’s your favourite bird visitor at the moment?

Have a good weekend all. 🙂

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10 Responses to “Garden Birdspotting Folksy Friday”


  1. 1 Clootielugs 21/01/2011 at 11:04 am

    thank you for featuring my cheeky robin -he is quite a bold little fella! Lovely birds here, ones I’ve not seen before too!
    x

  2. 2 Konnie Kapow! 21/01/2011 at 11:08 am

    Aw I love watching the birdies in my garden too, they’re the closest thing I have to pets since Mr K’s allergic and we don’t have room for any.

    Funnily enough, I did a post about birdies in the garden (kinda) yesterday too! Great minds eh?

    Love the cushion,

    Konnie
    xxx

  3. 3 Catherine 21/01/2011 at 11:27 am

    It really is a delight to watch the birds in the garden. I always feel much cheerier after watching their antics.
    A lovely selection x

  4. 4 Katie 21/01/2011 at 11:49 am

    what lovely items you’ve found and what a lovely theme. I especially love the clootielugs robin, so sweet

    Kate x

  5. 5 Dawn Painter 21/01/2011 at 12:31 pm

    Hello, thank you so much for featuring one of my birdboxes! It really is all about the birds.
    Dawn
    London Clay Birds

  6. 6 kellie 21/01/2011 at 6:58 pm

    love it!! shame my cat chases the birds in our garden, but we did have 6 waxwings clinging onto the tree in a gale last sunday!!

    hope you have a lovely weekend
    Kellie xx

  7. 7 handmadecharlie 21/01/2011 at 8:17 pm

    Thanks so much for the feature, what a lovely theme! My little blackbirds are in good company today. Charlie.x

  8. 8 dizzyizzyhandmade 21/01/2011 at 9:57 pm

    hehehe … love the posh pidgeon!

  9. 9 dizzyizzyhandmade 21/01/2011 at 9:58 pm

    … must learn to spell pigeon!

  10. 10 giddystuff 22/01/2011 at 11:07 pm

    I love that little robin, this is a great treasury x


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