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Help Birds Survive the Winter

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Help Birds Survive the Winter Winters in the Chesapeake region are unpredictable for certain. Heavy wind and rain, sleet and snow, coupled with fluctuating temperatures create challenging outdoor living situations, especially for non-migratory birds. While birds are very well equipped to survive on their own, studies have shown that birds with access to bird feeders and birdhouses survive at a higher rate. Additionally, ornithologists have suggested that amateur bird-watching and feeding is a beneficial hobby for humans as well. Here are some tips to help birds survive the winter. Ensure Seed is Accessible and Dry If the food in the feeder becomes soggy and wet, it will sprout or even become moldy. This could make birds sick. Choose hopper and tube feeders to protect seed from wet weather. Make sure you sweep snow off of platform feeders. You can even clear a space on the ground and scatter seeds for


3 Alternative Ways to Heat Your Home

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3 Alternative Ways to Heat Your Home Here in the Chesapeake region winter weather is unpredictable, to say the least. From sunny, balmy days to blustery, frigid ones, you can never tell what the week will bring. And, while this may seem pleasant, unless you genuinely plan for it, it can take a toll on your energy costs. However, there are other methods for keeping your house toasty during a cold snap that won’t break the bank. Here are three alternative ways to heat your home this winter. In fact, these systems can be used in conjunction with your home’s HVAC. Utilize them in heat losing spaces like your garage or basement, together they create an optimal home heating system. Kerosene Heater Portable kerosene heaters can supply homeowners with temporary heat during a power outage or be used to warm up a room without the expense of heating the entire


Organize Your Home After the Holidays in 6 Steps

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Organize Your Home After the Holidays in 6 Steps For many of us getting more organized seems to be a part of every New Year’s Resolution. For some reason every year this goal tends to go by the wayside. Getting your home in order after the hustle and bustle of the holiday season always feels like such a chore. But, what if we told you that you could organize your home after the holidays in 6 steps? That sounds reasonable, right? The real key is breaking it down into smaller tasks. That way, you do not get overwhelmed. With a minimal monetary and time investment, you could finally make this year the year you get it done! Here are those six steps to organize your home after the holidays. Shelving for Your Storage Space The first step to getting organized is ensuring the space you store your items is neat


Oakley Standard Issue Optics and Apparel

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Oakley Sunglasses and Apparel Optics Oakley has been toying with a mix of art and technology for some time. The idea was to create clean, authentic style for those who don’t just walk the path of life, they stomp it and leave footprints. Oakley’s Optics are proof that when authenticity speaks for itself, it speaks with volume.      Gloves The protective Oakley Tactical Gloves are built to withstand the rigors of any rough-and-tumble activity. The lightweight construction of Oakley gloves combined with strategically placed suede and molded panels provide comfort, dexterity a barrier between you and equipment that can cause injury.     Hats The Oakley Stretch Fit Performance Cap features a moisture-wicking headband with a front Velcro morale patch featuring subdued ellipse embroidery. Apparel Constructed from soft cotton in a time-tested silhouette, Oakley Apparel delivers relaxed comfort on warmer days. A comfortable fit provides natural range of motion, and



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