Because of backyard bird feeders, songbirds are evolving to have rounder wings (for short, non-migratory flight) and sharper beaks. I read that the same day I discovered Dwayne Bullaâ€™s etsy shop. Itâ€™s oddly fitting, in a non-Tippi Hedren sorta way. Using an old trowel, washers and bearings, he made this striking junk art that resembles a pileated woodpecker. The hummingbird, made from an old railroad spike, cut nails, and a pair of smaller trowels, is smaller in scale but equally clever. But while itâ€™s one of Bullaâ€™s birds Iâ€™d love to call my own, Iâ€™d also feel pretty lucky to have the horseshoe crab grace my garden come spring. — Sarah L.