Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dark-eyed Juncos

     I am so excited that the Juncos have returned to Oklahoma! We are getting reports everyday of  Junco sightings. The most common of the Dark eyed Juncos,  that we see here in the metro area, are the Slate-Colored Juncos. We also, … Continue reading

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New bird baths!

Here are some of the new bird baths we have in the store. They are beautiful and eye-catching. Some of them hang and the others come with a strong wrought iron post. These will be an excellent addition to your garden … Continue reading

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Northern Flicker

While birding at the lake yesterday we saw this female Northern Flicker. The photo is a bit blurry, but it was nice seeing it. The usual Eastern Bluebirds were there to greet us. They were hawking for insects. Some of other birds where … Continue reading

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Roosting huts

As promised here are the roosting huts. We have many styles to choose from. You can hang these in a tree, bush or from the eaves of your house. The birds will get in them to get out of the … Continue reading

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Cleaning your bird houses

Now is the perfect time to clean out your bird houses. By having a clean bird house out in the late fall and winter, you are providing the birds a safe place to roost at night. They can stay dry and … Continue reading

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The Smith’s Longspur

Okay…like promised we are talking about the Smith’s Longspur. The Longspur and Norman, OK are mentioned in the book The Big Year: A Tale of Man, Nature, and Fowl Obsession  written by Mark Obmascik. The movie, to be released in theaters Oct. 14th, … Continue reading

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