Bird Bath Mountain Is Open for Business
February 13, 2018 11:56am CST
We have a mountain of snow on top of the bird bath that sits in our front yard. I do believe I will welcome all birds to enjoy what I call "Bird Bath Mountain." The use of "Bird Bath Mountain" will be free of charge, of course. Birds will be allowed to bring their little goggles, tiny skis, and miniature ski poles to enjoy some fresh-powder skiing at "Bird Bath Mountain." The birds will definitely be able to use "Bird Bath Mountain" for sledding on their itty-bitty sleds too. I think snowboarding would be a lovely activity for the birds to enjoy during their stay at "Bird Bath Mountain." Since birds can fly, no ski lift will be necessary at "Bird Bath Mountain." We have a very tall evergreen tree just 4 feet from "Bird Bath Mountain, and that tree will provide lovely accommodations for birds to spend the night. Our next door neighbor has a bird feeder, so food will not be an issue at "Birdbath Mountain." My husband and I created a "Gnome Home" in the garden that is located a few feet from "Birdbath Mountain." The gnomes said that the birds will be welcome to stay the night in the "Gnome Home," if desired. I do need to research if gnomes eat birds.
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We made it from a tree stump left behind from a fir tree we cut down.
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They make reservations and we pick them up at O'Hare airport. Due to all the luggage, skis, snowboards, and sleds, they have to use Delta. Winter birds that stay put in our area are the white-crowned sparrows, Carolina wrens, yellow-rumped warblers, wintering eastern phoebe, and scoters. The wintering ducks, and wintering gulls are too hefty for Bird Bath Mountain.