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Avian flu update

Avian Flu Update

Editor’s note: We continue to monitor the situation and will update this post as we receive new information. APRIL 28, 2022 from Birds & Blooms Magazine: Bird Flu: Should You Take Down Your Feeders? By Lori Vanover Updated: Apr. 28, 2022 Will avian influenza affect backyard birds? Find out if you need to take down feeders, plus learn bird flu…

how to clean your feeders

How to Clean Your Feeders

Regular cleaning of your backyard bird feeders is important for keeping our birds healthy. We encourage you to check your bird feeders every time you fill them to make sure they are clean. This helps reduce the spread of diseases. Here are a few resources for how to clean your feeders. In addition, our All Seasons Wild Bird Store locations…

Where to Place Your Feeders

One of the best ways that you can ensure successful bird feeding in your yard is to carefully consider the placement of your feeders. Baffles and seed choice are also important, but if feeders are easily accessible to critters, you’ll be fighting an uphill battle! Squirrels are amazing acrobats, leaping to feeders that are 4–5′ off the ground, up to…

COVID-19 Update

Ongoing Health and Safety Procedures: The global pandemic has taught us a few things that we can do to help our staff and visitors, and we will continue those procedures in perpetuity. What we do: We continue to offer call-in ordering with curbside service. We continue to offer online shopping with delivery direct to your home. We continue to offer…

A staff that lasts

We ♥️ Our Employees!

This year, All Seasons Wild Bird Store celebrated 30 years in business, serving the local community of backyard birding enthusiasts. We attribute much of our success to our friendly, knowledgeable and loyal employees. So loyal, in fact, that the great majority of our employees have been with us for over 5 years. Why do our employees stay on with us…

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Trumpeter Swan or Tundra Swan?

They swim gracefully (or feed ungracefully) in the water. They fly gracefully, in small to large V-formations. They honk or whistle. They are definitely swans, with their long necks and stout bodies. But of the two types of swans seen locally, either Trumpeter Swan or Tundra Swan, which is which? If each type of swan is side-by-side, distinguishing them is…