Getting Your Garden Ready for Spring

Categories: Blog
By Susan Evans Wing Haven When we have a few warm days during winter, what renowned garden writer Elizabeth Lawrence referred to as “open weather,” our thoughts quickly turn outside to our gardens. Here is a helpful list from our own Wing Haven Garden & Bird Sanctuary maintenance manual of garden to-do’s that you can …

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Make Valentine’s Day (even more) special with culture

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Why This Matters: Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to share your love of arts and culture with loved ones. By Giovanna Torres Marketing and Communications Coordinator Valentine’s Day can be stressful. Between planning a special date with your sweetheart to making sure you’ve got the perfect gift, preparing for this day can quickly become …

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Charlotte’s hidden treasure is for the birds

Categories: ASC, Blog, Cultural Partners

By Bernie Petit Communications Specialist  If you can’t find Wing Haven, tucked away on one of the most idyllic streets in the Myers Park neighborhood, just look up in the sky. The birds will tell you where to go. One of Charlotte’s hidden treasures, Wing Haven provides a sanctuary for birds just outside the heart …

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Every Bird Deserves a Worm

Categories: ASC, Blog

Wing Haven, located in the historic Myers Park neighborhood, is home to an array of small animals including rabbits and chipmunks.  However, some of the most prominent residents are birds of North Carolina. Birds, just like humans, need to eat a balanced diet to stay healthy.  During the summer months, Finches, Cardinals, Wrens, Woodpeckers, Nuthatches, …

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