Birding 101

BIRDING 101 CLASS was a HUGE SUCCESS!   Jay’s Bird Barn in Flagstaff conducted their first Birding 101 class this past Saturday. The class, taught by expert birder and NAAS board member, Trevor Hinckley, was a smashing success! Trevor began the first half of the nearly four-hour class with a Power Point Presentation that covered

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planting for birds
Plant Your Yard For Birds

Want to bring more birds to your home? By growing native plants, you provide the food and shelter birds need. To make your space bird-friendly and beautiful, check out Audubon’s native plant resources to find the best plants for your area. Search by the birds you most want to attract and we’ll give you a

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Sleeping bird
How Do Birds Sleep?

The discovery that birds do in fact sleep on the wing, even if only in short, infrequent bursts, confirms a long-standing scientific theory about avian biology. It also adds to the growing literature about the necessity and nature of sleep in general, even in humans. A few years ago, Rattenborg discovered that Pectoral Sandpipers can

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Jay’s Bird Barn is hiring a part-time position for someone who loves birds, is able to lift 25 lbs. repeatedly and has good computer skills. Please inquire at the Sedona location: 928-203-5700 Note: Jay’s Bird Barn is a long-time friend of our chapter and has been a big supporter of both us and the Verde

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