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  • Carolina Wren

    ENJOY THE WILDLIFE

    Landscaping for wildlife can be as easy as planting a couple of bushes, or as complex as your gardening interest will carry you.

  • Bird Houses

    INVITE SOME FEATHERED FRIENDS

    Adding bird houses or a small brush pile in a corner of your yard to provide shelter can help attract more birds.

  • Bird Food

    SERVE A TASTY MEAL

    Attract wild birds by adding the right variety of seeds and feeders in your backyard, at your business, church or school.

  • Bird Bath

    HAVE A PLACE TO PLAY

    Appeal to a playful nature and increase wild bird activity by adding a bird bath, fountain or pond to your backyard or patio.

  • Raise Young

    MAKE IT A SAFE ENVIRONMENT

    Supplement the missing elements of evergreens, deciduous trees, and shrubs by adding bird houses and nesting boxes.

Wild Bird Products

Backyard Birds offers a unique in-store shopping experience, highlighting the joy and excitement of attracting wildlife with the finest quality seed and the best quality feeders, bird houses, bird baths and more.

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Backyard Birding

In its most basic sense, birding, or bird watching, is the recreational hobby of observing species of wild birds, including their physical characteristics and behavior whether it’s in a natural habitat or backyard.

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How Bird Wise Are You?

Take our Backyard Bird Quiz and test your knowledge to see how much you know about our feathered friends in the wild. You may just learn some fascinating facts about your favorite avian creatures.

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Upcoming Events

Dec
03

Meet Carolina Waterfowl Rescue at Backyard Birds

Come out to learn more about the rescue efforts of local non-profit, Carolina Waterfowl Rescue, at Backyard Birds on Saturday, December 3 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Ten percent of all sales made during the event will be donated to support CWR.
Dec
10

Bird Walk at Colonel Francis Beatty Park with Tony Lombardino

Bring a friend and join us Saturday, December 10, 2016, 8:00 AM for a bird walk at Colonel Francis Beatty Park guided by Tony Lombardino, an avid birder who has lead many bird walks for visitors to the Rockefeller University Field Research Center in Millbrook, NY and as a docent at the Lab of Ornithology at Cornell University.

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Join Our Seed Club

Pick up your free Seed Club card. For every $5 worth of seed you purchase, we’ll give you a stamp. When your card is filled, we’ll give you $10 off your next seed purchase. Plus, we will even keep your Seed Club card on file so you don’t have to keep up with it.

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