Cheyenne Birds by the Month: 104 Species of Southeastern Wyoming’s Resident and Visiting Birds, by Barb Gorges and Pete Arnold
Two of Cheyenne’s well-known birdwatchers have collaborated on this celebration of 104 of the Capitol City’s most-likely-to-be-seen birds.
Photographer Pete Arnold, often found birding local hotspots camera at the ready, shares his art. Author Barb Gorges, bird columnist for the Wyoming Tribune Eagle for 20 years, shares insights into our avian residents and visitors.
Included is a checklist of all 326 bird species that may be seen in the Cheyenne area, plus a list of birdwatching resources.
Available as of March 2020:
University of Wyoming Store, website
Wyoming Game and Fish Department Store, website
Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc.
Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 1851 Dell Range Blvd., website
Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, 710 S. Lions Park Drive, website
Cheyenne Depot Museum, 121 W. 15th St., website
Cheyenne Pet Clinic, 3740 E. Lincolnway, website
Curt Gowdy State Park visitor center, 30 miles west of Cheyenne, website
JAX Outdoor Gear and Farm & Ranch, 1400 Dell Range Blvd., https://stores.jaxgoods.com/
PBR Printing, 4509 Driftwood Dr. (off Dell Range), website
Phoenix Books and Music, 1612 Capitol Ave., website
Prairie House Home Goods, 220 W. Lincolnway, website
Riverbend Nursery, 8908 Yellowstone Rd., website
Wyoming Game and Fish Department Store, 5400 Bishop Blvd., and also online, https://wgfd.wyo.gov/store.
Wyoming State Museum Store, Barrett Building 1st floor, 2301 Capitol Ave., website
University of Wyoming Store (bookstore), 1000 E. University Ave., Also online at https://www.uwyostore.com/.
Quilt Care, Construction and Use Advice: How to Help Your Quilt Live to 100 by Barb Gorges
$9.95 plus tax, shipping. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for purchasing one or more copies.
Barb Gorges is a ribbon-winning quiltmaker, quilt teacher and designer of the Gorges Quilt Label.
Quiltmaker or quilt owner, decide how to take care of your quilts:
“follow good care and use practices and avoid accidents…but if quilts have been loved to pieces, what more could we ask for?”
Learn how to use, display and clean a quilt safely, how to make a strong quilt and how to safely store and ship it.
Convince future owners of value by documentation, appraisal and insurance.
Find the experts for caring for art and fragile antique quilts.
Antiques Central, 2311 Reed Ave., Cheyenne, Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., http://www.antiquescentralonline.com/.
Available directly from Yucca Road Press. Contact email@example.com.