Tag Archives: Wild Birds Unlimited Norman Oklahoma

Father knows best

Father’s Day Bird Fun Facts Stop by the store today and ask our Certified Birdfeeding Specialists which foods and feeders are best for bird dads this season. Here are some fun facts about feathered fathers! Father-of-the-Year Award The Father-of-the-Year Award … Continue reading

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Better Seed and Birds = Better Value

Better Seed and Birds = Better Value Wild Birds Unlimited is dedicated to offering fresh, top-quality seed – the best in the market. We believe your birds shouldn’t have to search through the fillers contained in most discount seed blends … Continue reading

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Bats and their houses

Bats Bats have been the source of many myths and fears for many years. Dispelling these myths and fears is as simple as knowing the facts North American bats are invaluable natural resources. As primary predators of night-flying insects, bats … Continue reading

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Feeding birds year round

Over 100 North American bird species supplement their natural diets with bird seed, suet, fruit and nectar obtained from feeders. Access to abundant and healthy food supplies is important to birds…regardless of the season. Bird feeders provide a portion of … Continue reading

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All about Raptors

All About Raptors! Saturday, May 30th(This Saturday!) 10am-11am Deena will talk about identifying different hawks and owls in Oklahoma Adult Classes are FREE. Reservations are a MUST. You can email us, call 321.8686, or let us know here on Facebook. … Continue reading

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Raptor class, and it’s free!

Our next class will be Saturday May 30th. The class is Raptors and will include Oklahoma Hawks, Owls, and Eagles. Classes start at 10 am and last an hour. If you would like to sign up for this free class … Continue reading

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Did you know…

Did you know…The red of a male House Finch comes from pigments contained in its food during molt (birds can’t make bright red or yellow colors directly). So the more pigment in the food, the redder the male. This is … Continue reading

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