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Sandhill Cranes migration and stay at Songbird Prairie

Explore the Jasper Pulaski sandhill preserve where you will see and hear thousands of sandhill cranes. Then return from your adventure to a Whirlpool/Fireplace guestroom where you can review your pictures and videos and upload to your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare! 86 more words

Jellybath at Songbird Prairie! Experience it here!

Enjoy the original Jellybath at Songbird Prairie: a truly unique spa experience. Jellybath turns water into luxurious encasing comfort providing the ultimate relief for stress and aching muscles. 71 more words

New bird exhibit in Chicago Stay at Songbird Prairie in Northwest Indiana

Posted by Amy on February 4th, 2009 at 9:42 am CST
Categories: Illinois, Museum

A permanent exhibit called “Birds of Chicago” is open at The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. 93 more words

Cinco de Mayo Special Saves you $55 at Songbird Prairie B and B

Cinco de Mayo Special: 05/05 saves you $55!  

Offer Valid:  05/03/2010 – 05/06/2010

Savings: Save $55 on your second night 

We’re playing with the number “5” to give you a $55 saving for Cinco de Mayo – 5th day of the 5th month. 81 more words

February's Bird of the Month The Cedar Waxwing Soon to be on stage in treetops at Songbird Prairie B & B

February’s Bird of the Month The Cedar Waxwing

The Cedar Waxwing is one of the most frugivorous birds in North America. Many aspects of its life, from its nomadic habits to its late breeding season, may be traced to its dependence upon fruit. 219 more words

Planting For That Touch Of Beauty Songbirds entertain in plants, shrubs and trees at Songbird Prairie B & B.


America is pet with a avid variety of plants that crapper be used to find our surround more pleasing. 190 more words

Ice, Snow, & Critters, Oh My! Songbird Prairie B & B has many critters to delight you.

Ice, Snow, & Critters, Oh My!

Hi everyone,

Can you believe it’s February already? Winter began right on schedule and we haven’t seen bare ground since the snow began to fall. 969 more words