Birdie Blog

Flurries and Photos

The annual High Country Christmas Card Photo Shoot is always a “hoot” but we needed a little something extra this year….MORE SNOW in the...

Hurricanes and Peanuts

Over the last few years, we have held our breath as hurricanes barrel their way toward the southeastern portion of the United States. ...

Sunflower Crop Update

Bring on an Indian Summer. Right now old crop black oils are tight. A lot of elevators are sold out and some won’t even offer new crop...

2019 Golf Outing

There are two things we look forward to every year: the High Country Christmas Party and the Annual Golf Outing. You noticed I wrote...

Deer in the Landscape

Anywhere you are landscaping has its challenges and I say “bring it on”, as it is a favorite pastime of mine. I make it a point to know...

Black Oil Sunflower Market

Is it the calm after the storms? The sunflower market is relatively quiet. The Midwest was pummeled repeatedly with moisture, in one...

Time for a Change?

Daylight Savings Time (DST): To keep or not to keep?! Does it affect bird feeding? In the winter, wild birds will eat at dawn to restore...

Coming to a Polar Vortex Near You

All across the country, folks are bundling up for protection from the extremely cold temperatures this winter; courtesy of some polar...

Why We Live in Wyoming

With Spring in sight, we begin to dream of warmer temperatures, and the freedom to enjoy the outdoors. This winter, after the snow and...

Winter Bird Feeding Tips and Tricks

There is always the possibility of attracting a very unexpected and exciting feathered friend to your feeder in the winter. But how? We...

The Annual Christmas Card Outing

It’s early December, a little snow on the ground, and time to dig into the back of our closets and drag out the western wear….it’s...