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Featured Bird: Black-capped Chickadee. These cute little birds are very curious but are usually heard before they are seen. Black-capped chickadees can be found in any tree/brush/shrub location. They are easily attracted to feeding stations - use suet, sunflower, peanuts. They don't mind using tiny hanging feeders that swing in the wind, and also readily visit window feeders. Have you heard a chickadee in your neighborhood lately? Find information and listen to all the sounds they make HERE.

Bird Feeding:

Attracting Birds & Bird Identification:

Raptor Awareness: The World Bird Sanctuary brought birds to the 2011 earth wellness festival. Students learned about several different raptors during their sessions.

Bird Habitat & Houses:

Bird Nuisance Behaviors:

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Lincoln, NE 68528
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