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November 9, 2022
Thankful for Our Birds
By WBU Inc | Birds
What did you do during the pandemic? This is a question we are likely to hear for decades to come and each of us has our own unique answer as to how we endured the seemingly endless months of social isolation. Some became experts at baking sour dough bread, others binge-watched old movies, and of
August 12, 2022
Water: More Important than Ever!
By WBU Inc | Birds
Water is always important! So, what’s changed to make it more important than ever? Well, if the past few years are any guide, there appears to be many more circumstances occurring in nature that are making water…especially fresh, clean water…harder to come by for birds and other wildlife. Depending on the geographic location, birds have
July 20, 2022
Don’t Stop Now! The Perks of Summer Bird Feeding
By WBU Inc | Birds
If you’ve been around bird feeding for any length of time, you’ve likely heard the old expression, “I don’t feed the birds in summer because they don’t need it!” Well, if they don’t “need it,” they sure do seem to love it! Maybe we should ask the birds if they want us to stop feeding
Reb-bellied Woodpecker, bird photo, Wild Birds Unlimited, WBU
June 1, 2022
Father’s Day is for the Birds!
By WBU Inc | Birds
Not all bird fathers are alike, that is for sure! Some are doting and devoted parents, while others are totally missing in action. So to help tell their stories, here is a quick look at a few of our favorite fathers in the world of birds. It’s debatable, but the Father-of-the-Year Award could go to
Ruby-throated Hummingbird, bird photo, Wild Birds Unlimited, WBU
May 3, 2022
Hummingbirds: The Best Bird Mom Ever!
By WBU Inc | Birds
It’s mighty bold to single out a single bird type and declare them the best mom ever. Right? But let’s just see how strong a case can be made that hummingbirds are indeed the best bird moms ever! First and foremost, mother hummingbirds have to deal with the worst bird fathers ever. Her mate will