Friday, February 3, 2012

Peanut butter

About three weeks ago, two friends from The Netherlands brought us a present: a bird feeder giving place to a jar of peanut butter. It seemed like a great idea. The sticky brown stuff is not only tasty, but fat and rich in calories, too. A good addition to the winter diet of our feathered friends. Well, that's what we thought.

The birds were less enthusiastic. Every now and then, a bird sat in front of the jar to take a look. But not a single one of them dared to try the strange food.

We had nearly lost all hope, when, a few days ago, I saw a Nuthatch pecking at the peanut butter. And the next day, this pioneer got company of a Great Tit. Now, the two gourmets drop by every day for their daily ration of sticky calories. So there's hope, after all.


  1. tip- add some birdseed with the peanut butter.It holds together well,form,freeze and place in netted hanger.Birds love it like that here in B.C. Canada.I too follow your blog faithfully as I do Chris's. Thanks

  2. Thank you, we'll give it a try.

    And thanks for your kind words, too.


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