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Charlotte Clark

Glenpool, Oklahoma

These photos show what I have in my yard to give birds food, shelter and water. When I moved to this home in 1980 it was new with a very bare yard of dirt. As the pictures show, that has dramatically changed. Now it is a very comfortable outdoor area where many birds are as much at home as I am. My yard is about 96x136 feet in size and is listed with the National Wildlife Federation as a Backyard Habitat, and also as an Oklahoma Certified Wildscape. If anyone wants to come visit, or has questions, I can be reached at 291-7481.

Charlotte Clark

Shade garden with pond in the background.

Crab Apples provide food, especialloy in early Spring, for Robins and Cedar Waxwings

Peanut feeder in a Lac Bark Elm, which provides seeds in the Fall.

Backyard in Summer, 2002

Peanut feeder that Blue Jays get in to. I also put peanuts on the back patio each morning. Blue Jays eat them in a short time. It is fun to watch them try to pick up 2 ro 3 peanuts at once when their beaks can only handle one.

Thistle feeder in Crab Apple tree, which also provide food 

Three feeders that contain a mixed seed filling. The platform feeder has mostly black oil sunflower seed. Suet cakes are in 2 holders on the cedar feeder.

Cedar feeder with 2 suet cakes. Young Buford Hollies are at the base of the fence. They will provide more shelter and food later.

My backyard, with shelter water and food for the birds.

Stream if water that goes to pond.

Austrian Pine provides shelter.

20 foot stream of water that the birds like to drink from and bathe in.

Juniper provides cover for birds.

In the center is Eleaganus (Silverberry) which will be excellent cover and a source of berries as it grows older.

Snowberry provides berries that a few birds will eat.

Berries on Deciduous Holly




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