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  • Creating an Owl Haven: How to Attract Barred Owls to Your Yard

    Barred Owls, with their distinctive hooting calls and captivating gaze, are fascinating creatures that can bring a touch of wild magic to your backyard. Attracting these majestic birds to your yard not only provides a unique opportunity for birdwatching enthusiasts but also offers valuable ecological benefits. This article will guide you on how to create…

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  • January General Meeting

    Thursday January 18th 7:00 PM @ Hal Holmes ARMCHAIR AFRICAN SAFARI Please join Deb Essman as she shares her recent photo safari of South Africa and Botswana. The vast numbers of African wildlife were amazing to her, and she hopes she can impart the same awe she felt when she speaks to us about the…

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  • Spring into Action: Preparing Your Garden for a Flourishing Season

    As winter bids farewell and the warmth of spring beckons, it’s time to revive your garden and set the stage for a vibrant growing season. Follow these simple steps to ensure your garden thrives in the upcoming months. Clear the Debris: Begin by clearing away any debris that may have accumulated over the winter months.…

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  • Native Plants Database

    Planting native plants in your garden can have numerous benefits for birds and other wildlife, creating a thriving ecosystem that supports biodiversity. Native plants have evolved alongside local wildlife over centuries, forming ecological relationships that are crucial for the survival of many species. One significant advantage is that native plants provide a natural and sustainable…

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  • Olympic BirdFest 2024

    Come Bird with Us Sequim, Washington, April 11-14, 2024 Grab your binoculars and join the Olympic Peninsula BirdFest, at the newly expanded Dungeness River Nature Center (formerly the Dungeness River Audubon Center), Thurs.-Sun., April 11-14, 2024. Online registration opens January 1, 2024, at www.olympicbirdfest.org Discover the spectacular landscapes of the Olympic Peninsula. Enjoy guided birding…

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  • Feed Backyard Birds in Winter

    Here are some great tips from Home & Gardens for keeping your neighborhood birds happy and healthy during the winter months: HIGH FAT options such as nuts, lard and suet are good choices for winter as birds will benefit from the additional energy they provide.BLACK SUNFLOWER SEEDS are a one of the most popular seeds…

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