Monthly Archives: February, 2014

Squirrels: We hate to love them! A New Year’s Resolution for Florida’s Wild Bird Watchers

Scooter dislikes Vinny!

Our webmaster is preening feathers!! Yowch! Please enjoy a WBU Northwood Commons Backyard Bird Blog fan favorite and check back for a fun, new and informative blog topic next week!! And, yet… love them we do! So, this year, let’s resolve to find some matched peace between the species; us and them. Let’s try to get …

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Helping Florida’s Wild Birds: Techno-Scooter Has Easy Ways to Lend a Hand!

With the many wild bird watching venues Florida has to offer its local residences –as well as its consistent vacationing visitors– it’s only a natural step towards the direction of being more involved in the health and welfare of our feathered friends. So Wild Birds Unlimited in Clearwater/Safety Harbor is here to share some convenient ways anyone …

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Valentine’s Day for Florida’s Birds: The Romance, the Love… the Social Monogamy..??

Ahhhh…. It’s February… the month of romance! Chocolates, flowers, jewelry and… Worms? Yup! Worms! Or crickets, or seed… Peanuts are a favorite too. While we preen ourselves with jewelry and slinky attire to impress our better halves, Florida’s wild birds take a less direct approach. Read below to find out what goes on when some of …

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Florida’s Wild Bird Photography: So Easy, Even a Squirrel Can Do It!

It’s undeniable that Florida’s wild bird population is one of the most spectacular in the world. Scooter gets jealous! Photographers from all over the world flock here, no pun intended, to enjoy Florida’s numerous venues which afford them with some spectacular, one of a kind photographic opportunities. Not since Audubon’s Illustrated books covering our many beautiful …

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Hammock Bird Banding

A dynamic update on the Migratory Bird Banding Project in Hammock Park, Dunedin, Florida.