Who’s eating your grape jelly? Our Pickering location is keeping track of which birds have been seen eating grape jelly
Cedar Waxwings are birds you will usually hear before you see. They fly in flocks serenading us with high pitched
Imagine working in your garden and you hear a bird inviting you to ‘drink your teeeeee’. This is the song
While enjoying my morning tea on the deck I have been hearing a soft musical trill in the field behind
This handsome sparrow has been called the ‘Whistler of the North’. It’s very easy to recognize their song as it
This songbird adds yet another voice to the chorus. The Song Sparrow derived its name from its repertoire of songs.
This beautiful songbird will be returning to its breeding grounds by the beginning of May. Rose-breasted Grosbeaks winter in Mexico
It’s that time of year again, time to clean your Hummingbird and Oriole Feeders. Migration is well under way and
This is a question commonly asked by our customers. Squirrels can be known to clean out a bird feeder in
There are over 1200 species of bats worldwide. Bats are found in every country of the world except the Antarctic.