“Now Anyone Can Hand-Feed Their Backyard Birds Without Leaving The Comfort Of Their Own Home”

(approx.30-minute color) 

a quick easy guide to winter hand-feeding enjoyment

I was a bit anxious as I sat down in the chair and slowly extended my hand through the partially opened window. I sat quietly for a few moments ….. what was that? ….. was there movement in the tree outside above my head?Suddenly! ….. I was startled by the explosion of beating wings ….. my hand being driven downward by the force of the large bird, as he pushed off with a powerful thrust of his feet. Catapulting himself back into the air, in a heartbeat he was gone.

Half the seed in my hand had been knocked onto the ground. Then I noticed that one unshelled peanut was missing. The large Blue Jay had hit his mark and was gone ….. in one continuous motion. It had worked!….. my attempt at hand-feeding was a complete success!

hand-feeding Blue Jay

Suddenly! ….. in an instant of beating wings and scattered seed…..another Blue Jay found his mark and was gone! Now there were no peanuts left in my hand. I was grinning from ear to ear (from this new-found excitement) as I reached for the bag of peanuts to reload for the next exciting encounter of hand-feeding my own backyard birds.

This same breath-taking scene was repeated over and over probably a dozen times, over the next forty-five minutes or so. And Blue Jays weren’t the only birds to visit my hand that morning.

hand-feeding Chickadee

A pair of Chickadees would flutter in and land on the nearby bird feeder. Then one would hop over to my hand as the other waited patiently. The first one would grab some food and as soon as he was gone, the second Chickadee would hop into my hand, grab a seed and fly away.

hand-feeding Nuthatch

A pair of White-breasted Nuthatches would follow the same routine as the Chickadees. One would hop into my hand to grab some food as the other waited nearby for his turn. There were times though when I had two Chickadees in my hand, and times when I had two Nuthatches in my hand, and even a time when I had a Chickadee and a Nuthatch in my hand at the same time.

A pair of Cardinals also visited my hand several times that morning. Once I had a male Cardinal and a Sparrow in my hand at the same time.

A male and female Downy Woodpecker also showed up to feed out of my hand. They would even stay in my hand for as long as a minute or two each time before leaving.

 

Even Starlings are a thrill when you have two of them in your hand as I did….. fighting over the same piece of suet.

I finally had to tear myself away from all that hand-feeding excitement to head for work…..but the rest of my morning was filled with the anticipation of rushing home at lunch time, to once again experience all the thrills and excitement of hand-feeding my own backyard birds. Who would have believed that all this time, this much excitement lay in waiting ….. just outside my bedroom window!

 

Watch the complete instructional video below.

 

 

 

hand-feeding Red-breasted Nuthatch                                hand-feeding White-breasted Nuthatch

Now this very same kind of hand-feeding excitement is waiting for you also, just outside a window in your own home. It’s now your turn to take that window seat and enjoy all the unique and exciting experiences that only hand-feeding your own backyard birds can offer. All these thrilling experiences can now be yours, just by using the quick, easy method taught in this video.

This video will teach you how to :

bullet master hand-feeding your backyard birds quicker and easier than ever before possible

bullet hand-feed your birds simply by extending your hand through a partially open window

bullet reach a degree of hand-feeding success in just days, that most hand-feeders spend years or a lifetime to achieve

bullet become an expert at hand-feeding almost overnight

bullet choose anyone you want, and they will also be able to hand-feed your backyard birds

bullet you will be looking forward to those cold nasty days of winter so you can enjoy the wild hand-feeding excitement that winter has to offer

All this new hand-feeding knowledge can now be yours for the first time. This new video will show you step-by-step how to use my simple, quick technique, and just as I did ….. on your very first attempt …..  within minutes, you will be hand-feeding your own backyard birds ….. I guarantee it or your money back!

bullet the actual birds in my backyard as they learn to hand-feed …..   you will see beautiful up close shots of Chickadees, White-breasted Nuthatches, Downy Woodpeckers, Cardinals, Blue Jays, Sparrows and Starlings as they go through each step of my quick, simple technique that taught them to hand-feed (the same easy steps that will quickly have your backyard birds feeding out of your hand too).

bullet How I moved the birds across my yard and near a window in my home to feed …..no matter where you are now feeding your birds, I will show you how to move them from anywhere in your yard, right  up close to a window of your house.

bullet How I used a feeder to get my birds to feed as close to my window as possible …..you will see how I quickly moved the birds and got them used to feeding closer and closer to my window, within easy  reach of my hand.

bullet how I made a simple device to teach my birds to hand-feed ….. I will show you how I took a cheap plastic spatula, some aluminum foil and an old sock, and in about five minutes time, made a simple device that quickly taught my birds to feed out of my hand.

bullet how I easily attached the device to my feeder and what I filled it with ….. once this simple device is attached to my feeder and filled with the right combination of foods, you will watch as the birds quickly learn to feed out of it. This device did all the work of training my birds to hand-feed. After it had been in place for several days, the birds were trained to the point that I was able to hand-feed them.

bullet how I easily attached the device to my feeder and what I filled it with ….. once this simple device is attached to my feeder and filled with the right combination of foods, you will watch as the birds quickly learn to feed out of it. This device did all the work of training my birds to hand-feed. After it had been in place for several days, the birds were trained to the point that I was able to hand-feed them.

bullet and finally, you will watch as my wife Gloria sits at the window for the first time, and is also successful at hand-feeding, within minutes on her very first attempt! ….. This is the very same thing that you will also be able to do. You will also be able to pass on the thrills of hand-feeding to anyone you choose, just by having them take your place at the window when the birds are there feeding ….. and within minutes, they will be hand-feeding your backyard birds also.

So please don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to enjoy all the thrills and excitement that are waiting for you, just outside a window in your own home.



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