Archive for April, 2018

Let’s Ask Sandy: Episode 8 – What is that Noise? Woodpeckers!

Friday, April 27th, 2018

What’s that noise? It’s the tap-tap-tap-tap-tap of woodpeckers on your stovepipe, siding, or nearest power pole. If it’s music to your ears, great! But if not, Birds & Beasleys owner, Sandy Shull, is here to give you strategies to cope with the sounds of spring.

Hi! I’m Sandy with Birds & Beasleys. Today, we are going […]

Fresh Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

Fresh ideas for Mother’s Day & free gift wrapping! Open Saturday and Sunday. Come down and have a look around.

May 2018 Featured Products: Pottery, Prints, Wind Chimes & More!

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

Come by Birds & Beasleys this May to check out the featured products available. The products featured this month include Susan Carroll pottery, John Ashley prints, Birthstone Wind Chimes, and more. Find out more about these unique products below.
Marissa Davis Prints: Marissa Davis is a Montana native and has beautiful artwork available at Birds & Beasleys. […]

Springtime on Last Chance Gulch

Sunday, April 22nd, 2018

Stroll on down to Last Chance Gulch to savor this beautiful spring day with us. People are out and the creek is flowing once more. Open 11-4pm Sundays!

Let’s Ask Sandy: Episode 7 – Tips for Placing Nest Boxes

Friday, April 20th, 2018

Finding the best spot to hang your new nest box can be tricky. Which direction? How far from other boxes? Birds & Beasleys owner, Sandy Shull, is here with tips for ideal nest box placement so your backyard birds will feel right at home! Check out Let’s Ask Sandy: Episode 7 – Tips for Placing Nest […]

Keep Your Birds Safe

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Keep your birds safe with the help of Birds & Beasleys. Birds & Beasleys has a variety of products available to ensure your birds are staying safe throughout the year. Watch the video and stop by the store to see the different ways you can keep birds safe.

Birds in Snow: The Birds are all right!

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

How do our feathered friends cope with spring snow events? Sandy Shull shot this short video of Bohemian waxwings and Robins snacking on crabapples at her house. Sandy says, “birds hunker down next to buildings, eat berries, and manage fine. Spring snows are part of Mother Nature; they are going to be okay.”

Let’s Ask Sandy: Episode 6 – Buying Binoculars

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Whether you’re a birder, hiker, or hunter, a good pair of binoculars is essential equipment for your outdoor adventures. How do you know which pair is right for you? Birds & Beasleys owner, Sandy Shull, shares what the pros know about choosing the right pair for you in Let’s Ask Sandy: Episode 6 – Buying […]


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