Karen Perry from Wild Birds Unlimited

There's plenty of things happening in nature during June.
For example:
* June is Perennial Garden Month & National Rivers Month.
* Bird migration is finished. Birds that are here now are summer residents that nest.
* As the month progresses, feeders can become busy with visiting parents and fledglings.
* House wrens are nesting.
* Canada goose molting period begins in mid-June. They cannot fly during this time.
* Raccoon young are born.
* Titmice and chickadees will start a second nesting.
* Water perennial gardens for longer time and less often to force roots to grow down.
* White-tailed deer fawns continue to be born this month.
* Bats are active at night seeking insects.
Meanwhile, add suet dough to your feeding station during the hot summer. Keep your feeders and bird baths clean and your seed fresh.
Don't forget Father's Day is this weekend. We have GREAT gifts for the "dad's" on your list, plus we're offering 20% off any one item.
Stop in and see us at Wild Birds Unlimited in Onalaska at 608-781-5088, and check out our web site at https://onalaska.wbu.com/.
Happy Birding, Happy Father's Day!
Karen Perry - Wild Birds Unlimited