Helping feathered friends and other animals in the winter

Photo by Sacha BurnsBrush provides extra cover for animals during the winter.

Even though we have been enduring what I would consider a mild winter, we still need to look out for our feathered friends.

This time of year is when berries and food for birds is getting more and more harder to find. When we start getting the backlog of snow that we missed out on so far this year, it will be even harder for all wildlife to find enough to eat and water to drink.

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