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Saturday, June 27, 2015
Feeding nectar-feeding birds
Photo by Clare Mansfield
Feeding nectar- feeding birds over winter is always an option in your home garden. Even if you are unlikely to get the more exotic birds you should at least get Wax Eyes. They may be common but they are still fun to watch from your kitchen window. If you are lucky you may also get Tui, Bell Birds, and if you live in a very special part of New Zealand (not Hamilton) Stitch Birds and Saddle Backs.
This link will take you to handy hints on sugar feeding created by Banks Peninsula Tui Restoration Group: http://www.bpct.org.nz/Files/2010-SugarWaterFeeders.pdf