Posts Tagged ‘animal’

The Birdhouse Chick

Birdhouses, Wild Bird Feeders, Bird Baths & Garden Art.

Their mission:

“Promote stewardship of conservation – getting more people into their yards and gardens. By offering uniquely fun products, we hope to entice more folks to the fast growing, rewarding and relaxing hobby of backyard birding!”

Recycled Tail Prop Suet Feeder

Recycled Tail Prop Suet Feeder

Durable poly-lumber will not crack, split, warp or fade. The bird-friendly tail-prop design lets birds land and perch easier as they actually “prop” their tails on the long bottom portion of the feeder for leverage. Ideal for cold weather, suet is packed with fat and calories to help keep birds warm in freezing weather.  Can be used for year-round use with No-Melt suets for warm-weather feeding. This feeder fits all standard suet cakes, features stainless steel screws and twisted wire hanger.

Recycled. USA Made. The birds in my yard have taken to it right away. 

Check out The Birdhouse Chick’s interesting Facebook page, too.
Beth at tThe Birdhouse Chick provided this bird feeder to help facilitate the writing of an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.


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A Connect-the-Dots Activity Book

paperback, 48 pages.

Review: This is an activity book/ coffee table book. Creative on the part of the author but it doesn’t leave much for the participant since it’s just simply connecting a few dots. Cat photos are full color and the pages are perforated. It is a unique paperback for artsy type people and/or cat lovers. Would be a good gift giving idea. Overall: like not love.

The Blogging for Books program provided this complimentary copy for review purposes. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.





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 One tail from the Frontier fleet. (see more Frontier spokesanimals here)  

Photo taken on a cell phone by a pilot, not a photographer. Although not a good quality image, it is nevertheless today’s post.


Airbus A319: N924FR with Klondike & Snow: Polar Bear Cubs





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Just a cat out of the bag



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