Thursday, October 16, 2014

Ohio Bird Sanctuary

We love the Ohio Bird Sanctuary.  Jasper's Grandma took us there last spring and we were very pleased to return. It's a bird rehabilitation center that keeps a few birds that cannot be released as educational birds.  They have a beautiful aviary which encloses some large trees and a small, running stream.  Visitors can purchase a cup with seeds and small mealworms for $.25 and feed the songbirds that live there. The chance to interact with song birds is pretty magical.
Bob white quails.
Rose-breasted grosbeak (immature male).
Rock dove.
Bantam chicken. 
Blue jay.
Baltimore oriole. 
Female cardinal.
Baltimore oriole. 
Blue jay.
Rose-breasted grosbeak (immature male).
Killdeer.
Female cardinal.

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