That makes our little Iowa snow look pretty pitiful. :)
I hope the birds understand the delay in feeding them. lol
Reminds me of those Scandinavian gnomes with the tall hats you see in stores that sell Christmas decor--Jultomten is watching... Grammie Pat, West St.Paul, MN
That is amazing Dennis. Thanks for sharing!
Wow, that sure is snow filled for sure. The birdies are probably thinking....hey what gives??ha ha . I am sure they have found your other ones by now.
Now I know why I left for Duluth for good in 1985, there is a wonderful life a full 12 months outside of Duluth. Break you hold and come fishing, golfing, gardening instead of living inside for four months, a third of your life.
Many of us prefer the changing of the seasons, Unknown,don't stay inside in winter, and enjoy the challenges. Fishing can be done all year, and though golfing and gardening are not my idea of fun, many people enjoy those in season and have other hobbies in winter. And I enjoy having no bugs for a few months...Grammie Pat,West St paul, MN
That's what I call winter! Thanks for sharing, please stay safe Den, birdies and remaining gulls.Sylvia
LOL at many comments. Last night I was searching on Google for bird feed covers on birdfeeders in the winter time to prevent snow and rain so birds can eat dry seeds. This was on my googles news clip. So saw comments had to ask this; can someone tell me if this thing on top looks like snow is a cover?It’s freaking odd. I do have plastic covers but wind blows them sideways and my platform feeder food gets ruined. I brought them in today. Also a good suet cover mine look gross from rain here in southeastern pa near Philadelphia..tia!
There is a cover on the bird feeder with two feed of fresh fallen snow on top to make the dunce cap!
That is so realistic..just like snow, but it seems so small for 2 small birds.A dunce cap is so funny..who thinks of these things?!Thx ;)
love it!!! too funny