We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.
6074 Telegraph Rd
St. Louis, MO 63129
Phone: (314) 293-1300
Fax: (314) 293-1090
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Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Available for a limited time only, our adorable Preston the Penguin Seed Cylinder is a mix of sunflower, safflower, pecans, sunflower chips, peanuts, apricot, papaya and blueberries. Preston is the perfect addition to any yard and a great gift idea for the nature loavers on your list.
Seed Cylinders are an easy way to offer your birds a wide variety of food to get lots of birds to visit your backyard. And it's convenient, too. Just set one out and watch. Try offering a No-Mess Seed Cylinder on a Seed Cylinder Feeder and watch your birds chow down.
Wild Birds Unlimited is dedicated to offering fresh, top-quality seed - the best in the market.
We believe your birds shouldn’t have to search through the fillers contained in most discount seed blends to find the food that they actually want. More importantly, we believe you shouldn’t have to pay for the fillers.
Our no-waste seed blends are made from 100% edible seed and have been exclusively formulated for the feeding preferences of the birds in our area. That means you only pay for fresh seed that will attract the kind of birds you want to see in your backyard.
So stop by the store this month for the best prices on the best bird food in town. You and your birds will enjoy our food more than what you might find at another store - we guarantee it.
WBU Heated Bird Bath
As fall rolls out and winter prepares to roll in, there are several ways you can prepare your yard to help your visiting birds during the coldest time of the year.
Take Stock of Feeders
During winter, birds need high calorie foods to keep their little bodies warm, especially during cold nights. Now is the perfect time to clean and repair your feeders and replace any that cannot be fixed.
Clean your feeders with warm, soapy water, and sanitize them with a 10% bleach solution.
Cold winds strip heat from birds very quickly. Birds will seek refuge from the wind in dense vegetation, natural cavities or roosting boxes. Roosting boxes provide birds with a warm, dry location that can help protect them from cold, nasty winter weather.
Birds need water in winter to maintain their feathers for effective insulation. Use a heated bird bath or add a heater to your existing concrete, plastic, metal or stone bird bath. This will help make some water available even on the coldest day. Some concrete baths with an added heater may not be able to handle freezing weather. To