Bestselling Backyard Birding Supplies in 2020
ADDTOP Solar Bird Bath Fountain Pump 1.4W Free Standing Solar Panel Kit Water Pump for Garden, Pond, Pool
- Eco-friendly upgraded solar fountain: no battery or electricity needed, just floating the fountain on the water and it runs automatically in 3 secs when the solar panel get the full sunlight.
- Adjustable Water Height: To prevent water splashing from the containner, you can put the pump without nozzle on the water, the water will be sprayed directly from the F part and will not be spill out of the containner.
- 4 Different Spray Heads : The package contains four different spray heads for Different Water Styles. This is a floating water fountain pump, but if you don't want it floating everywhere, you can also use the suction cup to secure the pump.
- Multiple Application: this fountain can aerates the water and keep water circulating. very suitable for bird bath, fish tank, small pond, pool, garden decoration, water circulation for oxygen and etc. It can attract birds to bring your garden vitality.
- 12 Months Warranty: We offer 100% warranty and friendly customer service. So this is a No-risk purchase. You can contact us at any time, if there's any problem about our product, contact with us, We will reply you within 24 hours.
Best Window Bird Feeder with Strong Suction Cups & Seed Tray, Outdoor Birdfeeders for Wild Birds, Finch, Cardinal, Bluebird, Large Outside Hanging Birdhouse Kits, Drain Holes + 3 Extra Suction Cups
Best Choice Products Outdoor Garden Lily Leaf Pedestal Bird Bath Decor w/Floral Accents - Green
- Beautiful, antique finish and an intricately detailed bowl in the shape of a lily leaf
- Made of frost- and weather-resistant resin for long-lasting and high quality outdoor decor
- For additional stability, add sand or water to the center pedestal pole and base
- Features Fleur-de-Lys accents and heart-shaped designs on the pedestal base
- Overall Dimensions: 19.75"(Dia) x 28"(H); Water Capacity: 0.78 gal
MorTime Wood Bird House, Retro Arts And Crafts Country Cottages Bird House, Woodland Cabin Birdhouse Outdoor Decor And Interior wooden house Decor 2-in-1
Squirrel Buster Standard 5"x5"x21.5" (w/hanger) Wild Bird Feeder with 4 Metal Perches, 1.3lb Seed Capacity
Caydo 50 Pieces 5 Colors Hummingbird Feeder Parts Brush Mini Nylon Cleaning Brushes Set
SunGrow Grass Bird Hut - Cozy Resting Place for Birds - Provides shelter from Cold Weather - Bird Hideaway from Predators - Hand-Woven Teardrop Shaped - 100% Natural Fiber - Ideal for Finch & Canary
Juegoal 16 oz Hanging Hummingbird Feeder with 8 Feeding Ports
The Lakeside Collection Globe Hummingbird Nesters
- Set of 2
- Features all natural cotton fibers inside
- Complete with hanging loops
- Easily refillable
- Each measures 6 1/2" dia.
Best Choice Products Deluxe Garden Bird Feeding Station Kit Stand Multi Tier w/Bird Bath Feeder - Black
- This 91-inch tall multi-feeder stands at 82" above ground to provide birds with a safe perch and deter other critters
- Four adjustable hooks let you hang at least 4 different bird feeders around the feeder to attract a variety of birds, alongside 2 adjustable stations for the included water bowl and mesh tray
- Ensures durability, as its sturdy steel pole features a rust-resistant coating for a bird feeding station that's built to last
- Built with a forked prong base, this bird feeder station adds extra stability to keep it anchored into the ground
- Above Ground Dimensions: 21.25"(W) x 82"(H)
Audubon Bat Shelter Model NABAT
- Interior surface and landing platform are made of rough cedar and are grooved for clinging when roosting and landing
- Includes zinc plated deck screws and predrilled holes for mounting
- Holds up to 20 bats
- Hand crafted in USA
Hatortempt 5 lbs Dried Mealworms for Wild Bird Chicken Fish
Peaktop 3014051 Bird Baths, Blue/Purple
- Use as a traditional birdbath or fill with seed
- A beautiful addition to your garden & Lawn. Made of durable and high quality glass.
- Garden art makes the perfect Housewarming, birthday or anniversary gift for friends or family
- Product Dimensions: 18x18x21. 2 inches
Natural Remedies for Healthy Children
I have found that natural remedies have been instrumental in saving our family a great deal of money and headache. It is unnecessary to haul a child to the doctor over every sniffle when many great healing tools are right in our backyard.
I confess: I am not the world's biggest fanatic about well-visits and baby check-ups. I interviewed several pediatricians while pregnant with my oldest; and I as heard all about each successive required check-up, I found myself slowly backing out of the office waving and smiling before I could get out of sight and run for my life. I mean, come on, has this generation of parents so lost touch with natural instinct that they can no longer discern when their children need medical attention? Or are we just scared to take yet another responsibility of parenting into our own hands? It blows my mind away to hear folks praise the virtues of pharmaceuticals but shun the power of natural remedies. Now if my kid splits his head open on an ax blade, you can bet I'll be hauling him to ER so fast it would make your head spin; but a sniffle warrants no midnight phone calls to the doc from this mama.
I am learning as I go to rely upon safe and proven natural remedies whenever possible, which are a lot healthier for my children and my pocketbook. I am no herbalist; but I thought I'd share a few of my favorite natural remedies, just in case there is still anyone around who agrees with the old fashioned ways of doing things.
1. Garlic - This is definitely my #1 favorite. This gem has so many beneficial properties that I could write a book on the topic. Let it suffice to say, however, that garlic is an amazing natural antibiotic that can cure and prevent a number of ailments, from ear infections (either by putting a clove in the ear - not too long or it will burn the skin, or soaking chopped garlic in warm olive oil and then straining and dropping the oil in the ear) to hemorrhoids (use a clove as a suppository - ick, I've never personally tried this one!). I have been known to pump breast milk and put a few chunks of fresh cut garlic right in the bottle. My toddlers will eat spoonfuls of the stuff minced and raw. At the first sign of a sore throat, sniffle, or infection of any type, out comes the garlic bulb. And speaking of infectionsâ€¦
2. Potatoes - Did you know that a slice of raw potato will draw infection right out of the body? Try it on your next ingrown toenail or infected wound. Now that is one of the natural remedies that no one should be afraid to try.
3. Aloe Vera - I think that just about everyone has broken off one of these spiny leaves and applied the soothing gel to a burn at some time or other, but there are many more uses for this treasure. It is a wonderful, sterile, and inexpensive treatment for a myriad of ailments. It has been proven as effective against many type of bacteria and is therefore useful in treating and soothing minor wounds, sore nipples (on nursing mothers), hemorrhoids, yeast infections, and minor birthing tears. It has the ability to penetrate all three layers of skin and bring about deep healing.
4. Red Raspberry Leaf - This herb has a medically proven ability to strength the womb of a pregnant woman and to help restore the uterus after delivery. Every midwife I have ever used has recommended drinking a tea of red raspberry leaves throughout pregnancy, particularly toward the end (bet you can't tell I'm a home birth advocate). During my most recent pregnancy I purchased a tea called Mama's Red Raspberry Brew from www.bulkherbstore.com. It was wonderful and enjoyed by my entire family both as a hot tea and iced. However, it has also been proven to increase fertility in males; so I threatened my husband with a vasectomy if he didn't lay off the stuff for a while.
These are just a few of the safest and most well know natural remedies to start out with, if you are a beginner. As with any medical treatment, caution and wisdom must be exercised even when using natural remedies. If you care to learn more, there are many websites about natural remedies, including the one referenced above, that would be of great help to you.