Benefits of Feeding Birds through Feeders Professional10 months ago - Multimedia - Bareilly - 68 views
Birds are amongst the best creation of God and feeding these small creatures not only has great significance in Hinduism but is also considered a noble act.
Usually, people provide bird’s food and water through specially designed containers called Bird Feeders which are easily available in the market or on online stores. You can even make bird feeders at home (DIY) by using used plastic bottles and earthen pots.
In India, the significance of birds feeding is also associated with astrology; feeding the birds is considered a pious act, where the contributor can be benefitted from getting faster relief from disputes, court cases as well as the harmful effects of certain planets.
Advantages of feeding birds through bird feeders
1. Connects you with Mother Nature
A Hummingbird Feeder allows you to observe little birds ‘the wonders of nature’ closely and frequently and is the best way of connecting with Mother Nature and contributing to its conservation.
People who are fond of gardening can enrich their experience by installing bird feeders in their gardens and landscapes.
2. Care with Education
While you are busy with taking care of birds taking a little break from the hustle and bustle of daily life and modern-day stressors, your children looking at you learn the importance of caring for others, especially animals without any selfish reasons as homes and gardens with bird feeders attract more birds over time than those without having them installed.
3. Bird Feeders provides an Uninterrupted Supply of Food
With the ongoing decline in forest area, greener spaces and natural water bodies with abundant water supply the population of birds is at high risk. Through Hanging Bird Feeders, you provide birds a reliable source of a year-round supply of food and water.
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