July 30, 2013 @ 2:00 AM
Howdy, Wings here – Headin’ up to Beverly Hills to check out the Bluebird Green Roof Birdhouse my “tweets” told me about. It opens easily for cleaning and has ventilation and drainage holes. It also has predrilled installation holes which makes our “peeps” really happy. They said it’s available at www.crittersinyouryard.com.
Beverly Hills, Texas is surrounded by Waco. Lots of Texas history here and Waco is home to The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. Also home to The Texas Sports Hall of Fame.
It’s obvious that Beverly Hills “peeps” love their wild birds.What would we do without our “peeps”? “See” ya next time - Wings
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July 26, 2013 @ 2:59 AM
Howdy – Wings here, Just thought I’d stop by Beaumont, Texas for a little while. I discovered that the “peeps” in Beaumont really care about their wild bird friends. I came upon some “tweets” drinking from a “deluxe solar sipper watering station”. My “tweets” said their “peeps” got this great station at www.crittersinyouryard.com. Their “peeps” obviously know how important it is to keep water handy to go with the great food they give us.
Beaumont was an important lumber and rice-milling town in the 1880s and a major shipbuilding center in WWII.
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July 23, 2013 @ 2:56 AM
Howdy – Wings here – WOW! I just flew in it to Corpus Christi. It took me two days from Lubbock and boy was I hungry when I got here. Saw a yard full of friendly “tweets” so I dropped in for dinner. “Tweets” were eating from www.crittersinyouryard.com’s all weather feeder. It’s really big and will hold 4 quarts of food.
In 1845 this is where Zachary Taylor and his troops set up camp in preparation for war with Mexico. It currently has an awesome museum district and is the 5th largest port in the nation.
“Peeps” here really care. What would we do without our “peeps”? “See” ya next time - Wings
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July 19, 2013 @ 2:54 AM
Howdy – Wings here – Phew! I just flew in to Lubbock. Well, it’s not far from Muleshoe. My “tweets” were talking about a great quality birdhouse that their “peeps” got them and I hurried down to see it. It’s from www.crittersinyouryard.com. It’s their Red Roof Motel Birdhouse. It has 8 “apartments”. Awesome!
I hear lots of Mac Davis music being played here and some Buddy Holly tunes as well (he was born in Lubbock).They grow LOTS of cotton here and have 3 Universities.
I wish my “peeps” would get me one of those birdhouses. I’d stay home more often. What would we do without our “peeps”? “See” ya next time - Wings
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July 16, 2013 @ 2:52 AM
Howdy – Wings here – Just left Amarillo. They have really great quality Birdfeeders there. My “tweets” told me their “peeps” get their supplies from www.crittersinyouryard.com. Their favorite is the “squirrel proof selective”.
I’m here in Muleshoe, Texas. There’s a National Mule Memorial here and South of Muleshoe is a National Wildlife Refuge. It boasts the largest number of Sandhill Cranes in North America and hosts migrating waterfowl in the winter. Muleshoe was founded in 1913 when the Pecos and North Texas Railroad built a line from Farwell to Lubbock.
My “tweets” here say their “peeps” take really good care of them. What would we...
July 12, 2013 @ 3:36 AM
Howdy – Wings here. Just flew in to Amarillo. It’s pretty far North in Texas. It’s in what they call the Texas Panhandle. It gets pretty hot in Texas so I was glad to see my "tweets" are so well taken care of by their "peeps". They got great watering stations from www.crittersinyouryard.com.
It used to be called Oneida but now it’s called the Spanish word for yellow – Amarillo. I remember hearing something about Amarillo in that song, “Route 66”. It’s one of those stops they sing about. Maybe I’ll try flyin’ Route 66 some day. Right now I gotta say good-bye to my Texas bird friends (and great tour guides). Headin’ on out to see another state. It was...
July 9, 2013 @ 3:33 AM
Howdy – Wings here. Doesn’t take long to fly from Dallas to Fort Worth. It’s right next door. I've seen lots of bird feeders and bird houses here in Fort Worth. My "tweets" say they came from www.crittersinyouryard.com. There’s also lots of proud birds. Proud of their city and proud of their homes (that their “peeps” got at crittersinyouryard.com). I'veIThere’s also lots of proud birds. Proud of their city and proud of their homes (that their “peeps” got at crittersinyouryard.com). There’s also lots of proud birds. Proud of their city and proud of their homes (that their “peeps” got at crittersinyouryard.com).
July 5, 2013 @ 1:41 AM
Howdy - Wings here, Whew, it’s taking a long time to see Texas. I asked my "tweets" where they got their cool bird feeders and they said their “peeps” got them at www.crittersinyouryard.com.
I’m headin’ up to Dallas/Fort Worth today. Reckon I’ll be all tuckered out when I get there. I’m hoping my bird friends will have a feast ready for me when I get there. Heard they’ve got some awesome feeding stations up there.
My Austin friends told me about Dallas. Over four million people live there and It has LOTS of professional sports teams. Dallas was founded in 1841 and boasts 384 square miles along the Trinity River. I heard it’s a great place for conventions!
July 2, 2013 @ 1:39 AM
Howdy - Wings here, checkin’ out Austin, Texas today. Lots of nice bird baths in Austin, too. Heard many of them came from www.crittersinyouryard.com. They’re keeping the Austin birds watered and bathed (we birds don’t mind using the same water for both drinking and bathing – makes it easy on our “peeps”).
Did you know that, besides being the capital of Texas, it’s the live music capital of the world? I heard some really cool sounds here today and my bird friends say all that music makes ‘em really happy. I’m sure they add to the tunes everyone loves in Austin.
What would we do without our “peeps”? “See” ya next time - Wings
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