Visitors 27928
5534 photos, 84 videos

Welcome to our room of galleries! Our emphasis is on documenting bird, insect and animal activity in our Shady Oaks Sanctuary, where increasing diversity through habitat reconciliation has been ongoing since 1996. You'll also find images from our travels when we venture from home. Peruse, enjoy and we hope you might even be inspired!


Recently Added

2017 Birds at Shady Oaks

Visitors 750
Created 14-Dec-17
Modified 14-Dec-17
2017 Birds at Shady Oaks

Wildlife at Shady Oaks

Visitors 91
Created 2-Dec-17
Modified 2-Dec-17
Wildlife at Shady Oaks

Birds with Insects

Visitors 5
Created 30-Nov-17
Modified 30-Nov-17
Birds with Insects

2014 Warblers

Visitors 62
Created 30-Nov-17
Modified 30-Nov-17
2014 Warblers

Note Card Collection 2017

Visitors 2
Created 12-Nov-17
Modified 12-Nov-17
Note Card Collection 2017

2017 Pond Refurbish

Visitors 0
Created 12-Nov-17
Modified 12-Nov-17
2017 Pond Refurbish

Butterflies, Insects, Spiders and True Bugs at Shady Oaks

Visitors 95
Created 5-Nov-17
Modified 5-Nov-17
Butterflies, Insects, Spiders and True Bugs at Shady Oaks

Flora at Shady Oaks

Visitors 40
Created 3-Nov-17
Modified 3-Nov-17
Flora at Shady Oaks


Guestbook for Hummer Haven UnLtd.
Sheri Menscher(non-registered)
Thank you for sharing the wonderful story of your life as a tree! What a special experience to have the titmouse so close! It is always such a pleasure and inspiration to read about the visitors to Shady Oaks and to see the lovely photos. Thanks again.
Laura Gorman(non-registered)
I wish I could have made it to your lecture, but now live in Oaxaca Mexico, too far to commute! (I forwarded the announcement to lots of friends, though). I enjoy your blog, photos and captions, so much. They remind me of my own lovely yard in St. Louis, and my backyard birds. You are doing such a beautiful job! Thanks so much!
Laura Payne(non-registered)
I enjoy these photos and posts so much. Alas, I am concerned about the little hummingbird and hope he is safe somewhere. What a trooper he was!
Larry Wood(non-registered)
outstanding photos of your winter RTHU
wondering which digital camera you use?
Also interested in the cluster of feeders and any water features (summer/winter)
Jane N(non-registered)
I'm enjoying your pictures. Congratulations on your young Ruby-throated. We are currently hosting a Rufous hummingbird for the second year here in SE Missouri. Lanny banded him last year and came to check the band this year. It was exciting and amazing to find out that it was the same bird.
Best of luck to you with the RT and with your habitat changes.
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