feathered friends

feathered friends

Birds, regardless of type or species. Mark breeds and raises hawks for racing, and his fine feathered friends are among the most valuable in the world. Grampa is out feeding his feathered friends at the park.
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our feathered ˈfriends

(informal, humorous) birds: We mustn’t forget to put out food for our feathered friends during the cold winter months.
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But before getting any feathered friends it's really important to do your homework.
Make a tasty treat for your feathered friends NO, not a kebab of birds, but a kebab for birds.
This idea for a little treat from the RSPB is great fun to make and your feathered friends will enjoy feasting on it this summer.
When Peacock discovers his feathered friends covered in beautiful plumage for a party, it's almost more than he can bear.
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Now you can complement your collection of Angry Birds games, cases, cookbooks, plush toys and baby clothes with these speaker docks, decked out as your favourite feathered friends -- and particularly compatible with iPods, iPhones and iPads.
There are also shows and crafts and a chance to meet furry and feathered friends including rabbits and peacocks.
THIS great tit's world has been turned upside down - as part of a bid to find out more about our feathered friends.
VISITORS to a Birmingham garden centre will be able to find out more about feeding their feathered friends this month.
And when their training is done, these quacking cops will patrol a nearby pond to keep the peace among their feathered friends.
We all now how awful we feel after a few sleepless nights tossing and turning - and it seems our feathered friends struggle with tiredness too.
I SEE that those who persist in feeding the pigeons in St Peter's Gardens have decided to bring a little variety into the food they offer to their feathered friends.
CULTIVATE feathered friends at a bird feeder roadshow this weekend.
Mick and June Dunny, from Belford,Northumberland,were told to stop leaving titbits on a bird table for their feathered friends by Berwick- upon-Tweed Council.