This is one of my new feeders and hanger. Cute, huh? The birds seem to like it also. I put bird seed in the top section and sunflower seeds in the lower.
I've had the little thin one for a couple of weeks. I had to have more because they go through that little thin one in a day. I would rather not have to put out bird seed every day.
These feeders I have hanging on an old patio umbrella; minus the fabric. I dug a hole and put a large pvc pipe in the ground and then set the umbrella down in that. In the summer I planted morning glory and moon flowers to grow up the pole. The flowers didn't do well last summer. I don't know if it was just too much sun or what.
This little hen's name is Gold Dust. She has a little gold behind her ears and under her neck feathers. She was born the end of June. Her sister, Snow, has been laying eggs for a month; but, I don't think she has yet.
My little fish are huddled down at the bottom. It got up to forty-one today but because my little pond doesn't get sunshine in the winter it still is frozen over except of where the water runs into it.