Hey, are you talking about me?

DSCN1655Those Little Brown Birds
Saturday, August 30th
10am to 11am
Do you know which Little Brown Birds (LLBs) are visiting your yard? If not, Deena, our (LLB) expert, will have photos, tips on identifying them and a lively discussion.
Seating is limited, Call 321.8686 to reserve your space.
Classes are FREE and for adults only.

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Ruby-throated Hummingbirds…They are still around


They are still around! Our Ruby-throated Hummingbirds will be here until October. Don’t forget to change the nectar every three days. The ratio is 4 parts water to 1 part sugar (4/1). Remember….Don’t add anything besides sugar to the water…no red dye, no vitamins, no “healthy” stuff…Sugar water is the closest thing to flower nectar. Have any questions? Give us a call or stop by.


Hummingbirds spend at least 75% of their day sitting. This is a great time to snap a photo of these birds…Nice and still.

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Hot, hot, hot!


It’s only going to be 99 degrees today but the birds really need fresh clean water.

Help them stay cool!
Thanks Mary Morris for the photo!

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Something new


Want to try something new for your feeding station? No-melt suet dough is the way to go. It is a simple, easy and clean way to provide a high-energy, high-fat food for clinging and perching birds. Drop by and we can show you all the possibilities…See you soon!


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Bird list for central Oklahoma

Here is a link to a bird list for central Oklahoma…That includes Norman.


Let us know what you are seeing…

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Hummingbird Moths


Check out this Hummingbird Moth that Jodi Tracy caught with her camera…fantastic shots! It’s that time of the year when you will be seeing these awesome moths. As they buzz by, they are often confused with Hummingbirds. Hummingbird Moths use a long, thin, needle-like mouthpart called a proboscis to eat. The moths are seen during the day and in the early evening. Keep a look out for these moths…And share any photos you get. Thanks Jodi, love the photos!


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They’re Back!

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More and more people are starting to see the hummingbirds again…Yippy! Time to make sure you have fresh nectar out for them. These wonderful photos were shared by our friend Tiffany Couch. 10402382_10204413426286340_7506637807789142263_n[1]

Thanks Tiffany!


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