Tuesday, January 10, 2017
The feathers are mouse colored. Orange along the belly sides and a crest on its head. A short black beak. The Tufted Titmouse is 6" long.
They like sunflower seeds at your feeder and will nest in boxes if you put one up in your yard. They need to have 1 1/2" holes. Some report that they don't use Blue yard houses. This may be because they are only 5' high for the monitors to manage.
Psalm 46:4 "There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God, The holy dwelling places of the Most High."
God dwells in heaven and here on earth. The problem is that we are not often aware of Him here. Let your heart be quiet and listen for Him as you watch for birds and observe nature. Read the Bible and let it sink into your soul. Then be quiet and listen. Ideas will come to you from Him.
Thank you Father for your creation which speaks of You. And thank You Father for the Bible that teaches Your ways.