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Join the Flock!

Our “Join the Flock” program is a way for supporters to help us maintain our bird feeding operation. The Helen Carlson Cummins Bird Garden and Thoughtful Bird Feeding Station has become an fixture in our education programs here at the Center. YOU can help us keep the feeders filled (also a great way to honor a bird fan in your life).

Here’s how:

  1. Show Your Colors: pick up a bird image at either Wild Birds Unlimited or the Center, cut it out and color it, and return with a donation of $5 or more. Birds will be displayed at the Center for the month of June.
  2. Sponsor a Feeder ($50 for one year): receive information and photos of the birds that visit your feeder, seasonal activity updates, and a coupon from Wild Birds Unlimited.
  3. Sponsor a Bird ($50 for one year): receive Nature Notes about your bird and an Audubon Bird Plushy.


Make a donation by check or cash at Wild Birds Unlimited (111 South 24th St in Billings) or at the Center. Credit card donations at the Center only.


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