Ivan Esenko : Birds and birds feeders
Come and discover the wonderful life of predators! Learn about their environment, their physical features, what they eat and much more!
|Zbirka||How they live|
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Birds are often short of food in winter; you can help them by providing
food. This is a good way to get to know birds that do not normally come
close to your home. Start putting out food at the onset of cold weather –
snow or frost and continue until springtime. If you stop the feeding,
the birds may become confused: they need a reliable source of food in
winter conditions to avoid the risk of starvation. The bird feeder
should be placed at least 1.5 metres high. A pole or a windowsill work
best, but a branch will also do. There should be a hedge or bush nearby,
where birds can seek refuge from danger, such as a sparrowhawk attack.
The bird feeder should be large enough to prevent conflicts between
different types of birds; this will also reduce the chance of infectious
diseases being transmitted.
Ivan Esenko presents the world of nature and invites the reader to learn more about the world that we are part of. His camera is his most faithful companion and its lens particularly likes to ‘capture’ those animals that live in close quarters to man. We take them so much for granted that we no longer seem to care for them. Ivan is their voice, he has become their ‘personal’ photographer.