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The Holiday Tradition of
Bird Feeding

One of the greatest parts of the holiday season is how everyone celebrates with their own, sometimes very unique, traditions.

Perhaps you always host a Christmas dinner, or maybe you always go out looking at Christmas lights on Christmas Eve. Maybe your tradition is to open up all gifts on Christmas Eve so you can sleep in on Christmas Day.

One old Scandinavian Christmas tradition is centered on feeding the birds.

Many Nordic families offer food to the birds, traditionally a sheaf of grain placed on a pole, fence or rooftop.

Those who do not have access to cereal stalks substitute a plate of grain, bread or seeds.

This bird food offering is placed outside on Christmas Eve or Christmas morning as a way to include the birds in the feasting that is taking place inside the home.

 

Regardless of what your holiday traditions may be, we want to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support.

Stop by our store this month and share a bit of the holiday season with us. We have lots of products that make great gifts for the nature lover on your shopping list.

 

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at Wild Birds Unlimited, Hoover!

 

Joe Perez, Store Owner, and staff (Barb, Davina, Lisa, Lyn, Tracy and Vernon).

 

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