HOW TO FOCUS BINOCULARS

Central focusing binoculars have three moveable adjustment.
1. The first is called the interpupillary adjustment which means adjusting the barrels so the binoculars fit to the users particular eyespan. Begin by moving the eyepieces closer together or farther apart until they are comfortably in front of your eyes.

2. The second adjustment takes place at the center wheel, the focusing knob that moves both eyepieces at the same time. However since there is often a difference between the user’s two eyes a third adjustment is available to correct that difference.

THE WILD BIRD HABITAT STORES HAVE LIFTED COVID PROTOCOLS

OUR DOORS ARE OPEN The Wild Bird Habitat Stores wish to thank all our customers for their support over the past months during the Covid pandemic. We are open for ALL your shopping needs At this time we are not requiring but recommending masks for instore shopping We are now accepting our buckets & bottles…

Getting Ready for Winter Bird Feeding

Winter Bird Feeding By: Dave Titterington The Wild Bird Habitat Store October! A time of change. Winter will soon be settling in across the Central Great Plains and the signs are everywhere. Shorter daylight hours are changing the leaves from summer greens to autumn’s gold, red, and orange. The sweet aroma of a wood fire…

Landscaping for Birds

The landscaping of ones yard has taken on a new name called “birdscaping”. Providing natural foods that ripen at various times of the year is a benefit for resident and migratory birds. And creating shelter provides nest sites, cover from winter storms, and a place to escape predators. Fall is an excellent time for planting…

Benefits of Bird Watching for Kids & Adults

Rachel Martin, a volunteer for an after school education program with a special group of kids, have been discussing different types of birds and the hobby of bird watching. In their research on the topic they located an article  that I want to pass along to others at the request of these students. Bird watching…

Why Do We Feed Birds—and Should We? A Q&A With the Experts

  Backyard bird feeding is the second most popular outdoor family activity in America, second only to gardening. And the activity of feeding birds continues to grow. So why do we feed birds?There are many reasons, but experts at the Cornell Bird Lab offer some insights into this topic.Read the entire article at Feeding Birds

Daves September Bird Chatter 2018

It seems as if we were just celebrating the arrival of our summer Neo-Tropical migratory birds, and already we’re telling them good-bye till next spring. The avian calendar is swift. We began receiving reports of hummingbirds at feeders in late July. The number of reports of folks having hummingbirds should increase through most all of…

Western Kingbird

The Western Kingbird is a conspicuous and aggressive bird of the open country. It is common throughout the western United States and southern Canada. However the breeding range of this kingbird has expanded over the past century expanding into the Central Great Plains States, possibly due to the encroachment of trees into this vast prairie…