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Feed the birds and take care of your fine-feathered friends

Downy Woodpeckers and the larger Hairy Woodpeckers like suet, but will visit a feeder to feast on seeds. They usually announce their arrival with chirping and don’t like to share the feeder with other birds while they are eating.

Feed the birds and take care of your fine-feathered friends

The Dark-Eyed Junco is a common visitor to the feeder. These adorable birds look like round little balls of fluff.

Feed the birds and take care of your fine-feathered friends

Northern Flickers will occasionally show up at a feeder. A member of the woodpecker family, these striking birds are sometimes spotted in the yard digging for bugs. Once you learn their song, like a screeching monkey, you’ll realize you’ve heard them many times before.

Feed the birds and take care of your fine-feathered friends

If the cold, icy weather is keeping you from enjoying your favorite outdoor hobbies, maybe this is the perfect time to start up a new hobby. February 3 is National Feed the Birds Day.

	Cherry County Hospital welcomes new physical therapist

Cherry County Hospital welcomes new physical therapist

Cherry County Hospital Therapy Department is excited to welcome Doctor of Physical Therapy Brett James. A graduate of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Brett provides physical therapy services to people of all ages, with an emphasis on sports rehab and strength/conditioning. Brett also has an appreciation for post-surgical rehab, helping patients to heal faster, regain strength, and return to their optimum level of work, play and function.

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