Feed Your Fine Feathered Friends by Ed Stonick - Cure Your Fear of Speaking by Rick L Shallenberger - It's My Teacher's Fault! by Cheryl Ebeling - Bouncing Back From Disappointment by Theresa A Wagner - Proverbs for Today: The Good Habit Habit by Jim Roberts: It's autumn in the northern half of the world, and the birds are flying south for the winter - right? Well, not exactly. Many birds don't migrate at all, and many that do fly south don't go all the way to the tropics. Wherever you live, you are likely to have many feathered friends spending the winter. One of the easiest ways to see birds in winter, or any other season, is to set up a feeding station. During the colder months, you can often see more birds at a backyard feeding station than you can in miles of summer time tramping through the woods.
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