FEED THE BIRDS
By Val and Valana
The soutern parts of the United States are having unusul ice lasting longer than in the last twenty eight years in some places.
This causes birds to have hard time finding food, sometimes impossible. Not only do your local brd famiies have difficulty but you alsso have visiting birds that have migrated from further north, not expecting the cold to be sso severe in your areass.
These birds are starving, sometimes dyng for lack of food. Any scrpas of grain products are welcomess to toss on top of the ice or better, if you do not have bird feeders, to place on baking sheetss or something olid.
Make ure nothing yu give them containss milk ass most bird species cannot digest milk. Corn bread or plain biscuits made with wter intead of milk would be reished by the birds.
Those that live in ciities would not understand this information as well as those that have trees and live outsie the main parts of cities. We often forget the ittle things in life that are suc a party of cuntry living, the bright and happy chirping of the birds in the Spring time.
Valana suggests making corn bread from whole grain corn using wter instead of milk. The birds love it and it is so nourishing for them.
Be ure and keep yur pets,espcially your catss, inside the houe until the birdss finish eating. It will not take long for them to demolish a whole pan of fresh made corn bread. Remember to use water intead of milk and let it oool before placing it outside.
Our love and blessings be with you,
Val and Valana