OAK GROVE MID CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY hosts the Midwest’s ONLY Performing Bird Show June 26th at 11:30 am and 1:00 pm


Wings of Love, Inc. is the only bird show in the Midwest where birds ride a bicycle, play basketball, roller skate, bowl, spell words, talk, sing, dance, etc.   Do you know how birds waterproof themselves?  You will after this program.

You will meet some severely endangered parrots INCLUDING a hyacinth macaw, the largest of all parrots in the world.  You’ll meet one of the smallest parrots in the world too, a parrotlet.  We’re bringing the largest type of owl in the world, an Eurasian eagle-owl, who will silently glide over the audience at the end of the program.  Tiki Toco Toucan II will also be present; he is the largest type of toucan in the world.  Learn why toucans have such large beaks.  You’ll also hear birds speak on cue and sing!

Our show will last approximately 45-50 minutes, with questions/answers following.  We hope to see you there.  This is amazing WHOLESOME family entertainment and very educational for people of all ages – from 2 up to 102 years old.