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Because we are a young organization trying to establish our operation and provide a maximum of food to our clientele, we have been putting all our resources into our food pantry operation with little regard for the big variable, Mother Nature. As you can see, we have been forced to operate in some less than ideal conditions. We are committed to distributing food every Wednesday, no matter what, but that means we must endure whatever Mother Nature decides to send our way.
We started My Three Little Birds in West Seattle, Washington for moms and dads who want to dress their kids in awesome brands and styles without breaking into the college fund. They grow so quickly....we believe in re-using their fashions, toys and gear and improving the future environment for our little birds.
The Spoonful of Comfort Project is a way for 3 Little Birds 4 Life to support the local cancer community in a much needed way. We will create, cook, and freeze meals for anyone who needs a little help in our local cancer community. We will host cooking nights at local community kitchens, and keep the meals in the freezer at our office (The Nest) for people to pickup as needed.
It's the sort of place where little boys casually abuse chained dogs out of boredom, and kids mete out street justice because their parents are alcoholic, neglectful or simply absent. If there's anything worse than enduring a place like this, it must be enduring it alone.
We'd Love To Have you Over Winter for 2024!It's not too soon to think about 2024 - let us help you plan your winter say now! Did you know we offer special monthly winter rates for those \"snowbirds\" looking to stay along 30A in the off season Give our Guest Relations team a call at 850.745.4555 and they'll be more than happy to walk through your options and what your special monthly rate will be.
Our stay at Little Bird's Nest in Blue Mountain was 10 out of 10. We've already booked again for next year. The house was comfortable and perfectly located steps from the pool and a very short walk to the beach. We enjoyed Goatfeathers, Blue Mountain Bakery and the little ice cream shop by the beach. The drive to Seaside was easy, although we had everything we wanted in Blue Mountain. Don't miss out on Little Bird's Next. We loved it!
This is a great little house! Very convenient to the beach along with serval location areas for shopping and dining. The kids had a blast at the pool which it right across the parking area. One thing to note none of the TV's were smart TV's this matter to us as we had two small children and we were stuck watching cable in the morning and evening.
Many bird species are territorial during certain times of the year, and even small birds will fiercely defend their space. The reasons for territoriality vary. Some male birds set up territories to attract mates, and will fiercely drive off any rivals.
But most birds are territorial to protect their nests. Birds will aggressively dive bomb any potential predator, large or small. This includes nest raiders like blue jays and avian predators like hawks, as well as cats, dogs and humans.
Back at its display ground, a red-winged blackbird will fend off rivals of its own species at its territory, but like many birds, will also drive away just about anything that gets near. Including bald eagles. And humans. Similar to other birds, though, red-winged blackbirds adapt their defensive strategies to the situation.
However, I once did a 9-mile summer run along a very rural Iowa road. Judging by the honks and looks of passing cars, jogging was a far less common pastime there. And red-winged blackbirds dive bombed me along much of my route, and with relentless fury. I was large and threatening, and as such needed to be driven out of the territory.
Of course, it makes sense that birds would attempt to deter predators close to nests. But you may notice that a small bird (or flock of small birds) often chase and harass large hawks high in the sky, obviously far from any nests. Why
Owls also draw bird mobs. At night, nesting birds are relatively defenseless. During the day, they can attempt to mob the owl until it moves away. Crows have a particularly violent reaction to owls, and as the cawing gets louder, more crows get drawn into the fray. I have seen more than 100 mob a single great-horned owl.
Add to this the fact that small birds are just more maneuverable than a large hawk or owl. If you look closely, you will see the small birds darting around, quickly shifting position. It takes a lot of energy for a soaring hawk to catch up to such a bird. This is even more true if the bird is roosting. 59ce067264