Fall Friends, Family, Football, and Feathered/Furry Friends

December 19, 2018

  WANTED: BED & BREAKFAST -Feathered and Furry Families seeking winter lodgings, with regular meals and a place to bathe and drink (water is preferred above other beverages). Applications now being taken in your back yard. You will probably not...

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Bring The Birds In Closer Than Your Backyard!!

  Let’s talk about feeding the birds as close up as your bedroom or living room window! I was just in Florida this week visiting my Aunt who has been confined to a bed for the past 3 years. All...

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‘Tis The Season For The Birds & The Bees

  Let’s talk babies!!! Baby birds that is!! This time of year I get so many baby birds brought to me by people who think the birds are in need of help. Usually they have found these birds hopping around...

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Busting Bat Myths

June 29, 2018

  Just like a lot of you I used to Cringe at the thought of a Bat. Then a few years ago we held a Bat Seminar at our store and I learned the Truth about Bats!! I was Amazed....

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Quality Birdseed Brings All The Birds To The Yard!!!

May 16, 2018

  One question i get asked a lot is "What are the top ways I can attract birds to my yard?" So today I've decided to answer that question for everyone. In my opinion there are 3 top ways to...

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Goodbye Snow Birds Hello Hummingbirds & Orioles

  Today I am hoping to teach you some new things about these feathered friends that we look so forward to see each Spring. First and foremost get your Oriole and Hummingbird feeders out by April 15th. That’s the earliest...

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Winter Fading Into Spring 2018

  As I sit down to write this article it is March 6, 2018 and it is snowing! Two days ago, 60° and I was putting my heated birdbaths away! But Nebraska is having a hard time making winter fade...

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Attracting Birds in The Winter

February 2, 2018

  Attracting birds in the winter can be easier than any other time of year.  Why You ask? Well Birds NEED our food sources in order to stay alive. You see, birds can burn off nearly half of their body...

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