We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.
1505-2 Governor's Square Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: (850) 576-0002
Fax: (850) 576-0009
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Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
While late-summer continues to be a wonderful time to feed the birds, unwanted feeder visitors can be troublesome. With the proper feeders, food and accessories, you can enjoy your birds and limit these possible problems.
Offer safflower, and keep starlings and grackles from eating all your bird food, crowding your feeders and chasing away the birds you want to see. Safflower is a small, white seed that is high in protein and fat. Most song birds eat safflower; however, starlings, grackles and squirrels typically do not.
Guard against squirrels and largebirds. Take delight in seeing the finches, chickadees and other colorful birds you enjoy, but eliminating the squirrels, grackles, pigeons and starlings wiith our "On Guard™ Cages", You control the size of bird that dines at your feeder, allowing small birds to go in and out to get their seed, but stop larger birds and animals from entering. Our cages will fit a variety of feeder styles and sizes.
The Eliminator™ allows you to stop squirrels from eating your seed. Featuring unique, weight-sensitive technology, the feeder's seed ports are closed when a squirrel touches the perch ring. You can set the sensitivity level to also exclude large birds such as pigeons or doves. It's easy to hang, holds about three quarts of seed and is backed with a limited lifetime guarantee.
Our Advanced Pole System® (APS) Raccoon Baffle is designed to help make your bird feeding station critter resistant. Made of durable, powder-coated steel, these baffles feature an elongated design that is very effective in stopping squirrels and raccoons before they reach your feeders. Place your baffle on your setup so the top of the baffle is about 5 feet from the ground.
We hope these tips will help in enjoying your birds more, preventing needless feeder destruction and the waste of your birdfood products. We are entering into one of our best times for birding...Fall Migration. Be sure to look for new species of birds arriving from the north, most notably, the Baltimore Oriole! Be sure to put your Oriole Feeders out by mid-month!
Susan, Mary, Tracee, Cathy, Rachel, Joanne, Michael and Timothy