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Berkleys For The Birds ~ An Etsy Shop

Berkleys For The Birds
Berkleys For The Birds

Maryland Etsy Shop

I don’t know about you, but I spent a lot of time on ETSY this past Christmas. I love finding unique things to give to my family and friends. This week, I had to leave feedback on some shirts I bought for my grandchildren. So what pops up but this birdseed wreath made right here in Keedysville, MD  (The one in the photo is approximately 1.5 pounds and 9 inches wide.)


Light-bulb monument! I had forgotten I am an affiliate with ETSY, and last year I was sharing other things I found that I thought you might like. With Winter here, these Bird Seed Wreaths are just the ticket for our feathery friends. I started reading more about Berkleys For The Birds and love the detail they put into their products.

A Little About Berkley

I found out that Berkley is a senior in high school. She has been making and selling these seed wreaths for more than four years. Berkley uses funds to pay for her volleyball team travel. Her proud mom wrote and told me that Berkley had just signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Shippensburg University to continue her academic and athletic career. She will be studying Early Childhood Education.


For The Birds also has a Facebook page, and when I checked it out, I saw right away how proud her family is of this young woman. You can order from her ETSY store with the link below or go to her Facebook page and check her out for the next craft show she will be attending.


A unique and handmade gift certain to be a favorite with all your feathered friends
~ Keedysville, Maryland


Etsy is one of our affiliate partners where, at no additional cost to you, a small percentage of your sale comes to Beyond Behnke’s if you click through the links above. ~Stephanie

Stephanie Fleming was raised at Behnke’s Nurseries in Beltsville. Her Mom, Sonja, was one of Albert & Rose Behnke’s four children. She was weeding from the moment she could walk and hiding as soon as she was old enough to run, so many weeds, so little time. Although she quickly learned how to pull out a perennial and get taken off of weed pulling duty.

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