Birdtable

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Birdtable

Slang; to discuss a matter before a formal meeting. Birdtabling may help participants prepare for a meeting. It may also involve assigning projects to the participants.
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An example may be the way in which we regard the birds we enjoy watching at our birdtables, such as bluetits, great tits, goldfinches, chaffinches and the like, as birds to be held in good odour.
So...what to serve and what to avoid: There are different bird |seed mixes for feeders and for birdtables and ground feeding.
Alternatively, you can turn it out onto your birdtable when solid.
And it believes the birds are getting all the food they need from the countryside, instead of needing to peck at peanuts on birdtables.
Some familiar urban birds like the House Sparrow and Common Starling have declined to such an extent, they are no longer to be found on our garden birdtables or decorating city rooftops.
Some familiar urban birds like the House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) and Common Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) have declined to such an extent, they are no longer to be found on our garden birdtables or decorating city rooftops.
Volunteers have also helped build the benches, birdtables and planters that lie around the garden, working in the project's woodwork room.
Make birdcakes with solidified grease mixed with bird seed, raisins, chopped peanuts and even grated cheese and hang from trees or crumble on birdtables.
Anyway, there we were in B&Q looking for a net of peanuts to hang on the peach tree so husband could look at birds all day and I happened to gasp, ``My God, can you believe the price of that birdtable? It's only a few pieces of rough wood nailed together ...
Was it to be an executive birdtable or rural cottage style?
She went back to Norfolk with her husband and new daughter then rang every other day to ask if we had a birdtable yet.