Time to feed the birds


Micah Stephenson, 6, helps his brother, Zach Stephenson, 5, make his bird feeder during a Sidney Parks and Recreation program Monday morning at Green Tree Park. They are the sons of Michelle Stephenson, of Houston. Participants in the program made bird feeders with plastic spoons, peanut butter and then dipped them in bird seed. A string was tied around the spoon so it can be hung from a tree to feed the birds.

Micah Stephenson, 6, helps his brother, Zach Stephenson, 5, make his bird feeder during a Sidney Parks and Recreation program Monday morning at Green Tree Park. They are the sons of Michelle Stephenson, of Houston. Participants in the program made bird feeders with plastic spoons, peanut butter and then dipped them in bird seed. A string was tied around the spoon so it can be hung from a tree to feed the birds.


Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Jack Spaugy, 7, left, and Jose Loaiza, 7, look at their bird feeders which they made Monday morning. Jack is the son of Joe and Lisa Spaugy, of Sidney. Jose is the son of Raven Loaiza and Jose Cruz, of Ssidney.


Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Micah Stephenson, 6, helps his brother, Zach Stephenson, 5, make his bird feeder during a Sidney Parks and Recreation program Monday morning at Green Tree Park. They are the sons of Michelle Stephenson, of Houston. Participants in the program made bird feeders with plastic spoons, peanut butter and then dipped them in bird seed. A string was tied around the spoon so it can be hung from a tree to feed the birds.

Jack Spaugy, 7, left, and Jose Loaiza, 7, look at their bird feeders which they made Monday morning. Jack is the son of Joe and Lisa Spaugy, of Sidney. Jose is the son of Raven Loaiza and Jose Cruz, of Ssidney.

Micah Stephenson, 6, helps his brother, Zach Stephenson, 5, make his bird feeder during a Sidney Parks and Recreation program Monday morning at Green Tree Park. They are the sons of Michelle Stephenson, of Houston. Participants in the program made bird feeders with plastic spoons, peanut butter and then dipped them in bird seed. A string was tied around the spoon so it can be hung from a tree to feed the birds.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/06/web1_IMG_9846.jpgMicah Stephenson, 6, helps his brother, Zach Stephenson, 5, make his bird feeder during a Sidney Parks and Recreation program Monday morning at Green Tree Park. They are the sons of Michelle Stephenson, of Houston. Participants in the program made bird feeders with plastic spoons, peanut butter and then dipped them in bird seed. A string was tied around the spoon so it can be hung from a tree to feed the birds. Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Jack Spaugy, 7, left, and Jose Loaiza, 7, look at their bird feeders which they made Monday morning. Jack is the son of Joe and Lisa Spaugy, of Sidney. Jose is the son of Raven Loaiza and Jose Cruz, of Ssidney.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/06/web1_IMG_9848.jpgJack Spaugy, 7, left, and Jose Loaiza, 7, look at their bird feeders which they made Monday morning. Jack is the son of Joe and Lisa Spaugy, of Sidney. Jose is the son of Raven Loaiza and Jose Cruz, of Ssidney. Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News