Update: The Wild Bird Store is open for pre-paid curbside pickup only. Please call us at 520-322-9466 to place your order and pay by phone. Our hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 11-3. After placing your order, please call when you arrive, we will put your items on the curb, then once we return inside you may retrieve your items. We apologize but there will no entry into the store and no cards or cash handled at the door. There are some local pickup options for purchases on this website, however this feature is a work in progress so please call us to place your order if you are having trouble with this option. Delivery is available upon request for local customers as well. If you cannot reach us by phone, please email us at email@example.com with any questions or to let us know that you’d like to be added to our mailing list. We will keep you updated through email and our e-newsletter.
Be well, stay at home and watch the birds!
Why feed birds?
Feeding birds is an easy way to bring nature to you. In the hustle and bustle of modern life, the beauty of nature often gets overlooked. The rewards of surrounding ourselves with the earth's natural gifts are subjective but immense. Our goal is to share our love of nature and enthusiasm for birds with as many people as we can. Seeing our daughter enjoying the outdoors and beginning to identify different birds, insects and animals that visit our yard is extremely satisfying.
Being in touch with nature is a spiritual experience for us and for many other people. To watch and hear the birds at your feeders stimulates your senses and calms you all at once. Birds get as much, or more, benefit from the feeding stations we provide. While they don't become dependent on us, we can supplement the diet of our native species and become a stopping and refueling point for migrating birds.
We could go on and on about the rewards but we encourage you to find out for yourself if you haven't already. Be careful - you may find yourself hooked on feeding and watching the birds, just like us!
Justin & Clarisa Friedman
Handmade Feeders from Our Workshop