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Finch and Family: Birds of A Feather

2018-03-02T12:51:56+00:00March 2nd, 2018|Birds, Newsletter Summary, Tips|

When you see a bird in your backyard, how do you know it’s a bird? Feathers, of course! Feathers are what keep a bird warm, feathers are what enable a bird to fly, feathers are how we tell one bird from another, and feathers are what make a bird—a bird. Seeing feathers, especially brightly colored [...]

Are you Ready for The Winter Blues?

2018-02-01T14:33:54+00:00January 31st, 2018|Birds, Newsletter Summary|

Bluebirds, that is!   For most of our backyard bird species feeding, nesting, and survival are pretty much the same as it was for their ancestors generations ago.   The story of the Eastern Bluebird is an exception to this rule. If you read the accounts of some of the earliest naturalists to enter Northeastern Ohio, the [...]

Squirreling It Away This Fall

2017-09-06T12:11:00+00:00September 6th, 2017|Birds, Newsletter Summary, Tips|

This post is an excerpt from our quarterly newsletter. Don't forget to sign up to receive this newsletter on our sign up page. It includes news and tips like this post as well as deals, coupons, and area activities! You can download the entire newsletter by clicking HERE Building a nest egg. Saving for a [...]

THE BIRDS AND THE BEES AND THE BUGS!

2017-06-08T09:28:02+00:00June 1st, 2017|Newsletter Summary|

If you've attended a Wildlife Garden hummingbird seminar, or taken our on-line hummingbird quiz, you've been asked about hummingbird diet. While everyone knows that hummingbirds are attracted to flowers and nectar feeders which are needed to power their high energy activity levels, many Wildlife Garden customers have been surprised to learn that protein, in the [...]

Spring Newsletter And More!

2017-04-05T22:21:01+00:00April 5th, 2017|Newsletter Summary|

The spring newsletter is out and full of great tips, ideas, and news for both store locations! This spring's newsletter features a great explainer on feeding station setup for selective birds as well as an illustrated guide to the different types of feed stations. It also has a coupon and some of our favorite featured [...]