We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.
1462 Fall River Ave. (rte.6)
Seekonk, MA 02771
Phone: (508) 336-4043
Fax: (508) 336-5888
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Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
One Sweet Feeder
Every year, you run into the same issue: you want more hummingbirds, but one visitor seems to be intimidating more from coming. The answer is as simple as adding another feeder for more hummingbirds and to prevent a single bird from bullying others away.
Our Hummingbird Feeders are easy to fill, clean and come with a lifetime guarantee. They do not leak, and they provide unobstructed views of one of nature’s most mesmerizing birds.
Buy Any WBU Hummingbird Feeder; get ½ Off a Mini High Perch*
*Valid only at the participating store listed. One discount per purchase. Not valid with other discounts or previous purchases. Offer expires 4/27/14.
How to Attract Hummingbirds
WBU Decorative Feeder
WBU Window Feeder
Hummingbirds are found in most habitats across North America, including backyards. Offering nectar feeders and nectar-producing plants will help you maximize the number of hummingbirds that visit your yard.
How often does a hummingbird flit in to the nectar feeder, take a drink and dart off too quickly for you to get any decent looks? What about flying to the backside of a feeder where you can’t see them? What if you could slow them down to get a longer look and see them anywhere on the feeder?
The WBU High-Perch Hummingbird Feeders are the answer. We recommend using the Wild Birds Unlimited High-Perch Hummingbird Feeder to attract the most hummingbirds to your yard.
Designed to appeal to hummingbirds, this feeder allows them to hover or perch while feeding. It does not leak. Bees can’t access the nectar solution, and the built-in ant moat deters ants. The feeder is easy to clean, and the nectar solution recipe is on the feeder.
Based on our standard feeder, the Wild Birds Unlimited Decorative Window Hummingbird Feeder brings the birds in for closer views. Watch their tongues lap up the food, darting in and out of the nectar solution up to 12 times per second. It is the only window hummingbird feeder that contains an ant moat.
We offer assorted decorative glass or ceramic hummingbird feeders. They are beautiful for you and functional for the birds.
Offer our Wild Birds Unlimited Nectar, or mix up your own water and sugar (4:1 ratio). Clean nectar feeders every two to four days; then fill with fresh nectar solution.
Use the Wild Birds Unlimited Nectar Port Brush to keep your feeder clean and presentable for hummingbirds.
Keep ants out of non-WBU nectar feeders with the Trap-It Ant Moat.
WBU Nectar Port Brush Ant Moat
Spring officially arrives this month. Migration, courting, nesting and gardens coming back to life all provide opportunities to view and feed wild birds.
Listen for the ever increasing dawn chorus as the birds are singing out. Bird song is a method of attracting a mate and defending a territory and during springtime. Songbirds are greeting the new day with a rising crescendo.
It is also the call for us to prepare our back yards for the spring nesting season by cleaning nest boxes, feeders and bird baths as well as offering ideal homes and foods for nesting birds.
WBU nest boxes have been specially designed and constructed based on species-specific requirements. Our nest boxes have good ventilation, drainage, insulation, protection from the elements and predators, easy cleaning and durability.
Foods that nesting birds seek include protein and calcium and are found in a number of WBU offerings such as any of the WBU Plus Blends, any of the Jim’s Birdacious foods, select WBU suet doughs as well as mealworms.
It’s the perfect time to invite birds to nest in your yard by installing nest boxes and offering nesting foods to help birds thrive during nesting season. Enjoy attracting them to our yards for a more intimate look while they raise families.
A mama Barred Owl has set up residence in our owl nest box again this year. Jim Carpenter, President & CEO of Wild Birds Unlimited, has hosted a camera-equipped owl box in his backyard for many years and it's time to check in on this year's residents.
Mama moved into the box in early March. She laid the first egg on March 7, the second one on March 9 and egg number three arrived on March 12. If all goes well, we can expect the owlets to start hatching between April 6-10. They'll leave the nest four to five weeks after hatching.
Stop by often to watch the live streaming video from the nest box 24 hours a day!
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