Why do you feed the birds?

Is it that wonderful moment of nature that you experience every time you glance out the windows at your feeders? Is it the true sense of peace that goes along with that little moment?

Maybe it is your heightened awareness of the shifting circle of the seasons, brought home by the changing birds and behaviors you see at your feeders.

How about the joy you experience when introducing children to the world of nature through the abundant and beautiful birds in your yard?

Or is it the satisfaction you feel as birds flock to your feeders during severe weather, and knowing that you are actually helping them to survive another day.

At this special time of the year, the delight of seeing so many active and energetic birds at your feeders, combined with the knowledge that you are having a positive impact on the quality of their lives, makes feeding birds a true joy.

And this joy is available to everyone. By providing just a few simple things, such as nutritious foods, clean water and ample shelter, birds can quickly become a valuable asset. Not a cash asset…but a spiritual asset that can reward anyone with many priceless hours of happiness and enjoyment.

Bird feeding is a joyful hobby…and it should be shared with those you love. Never discount the impact it can have in bringing people and nature together for the benefit of both.

We invite you to visit our store for the best seed, best feeders, best nature gifts and the best advice in town to help you introduce this wonderful hobby to your friends and family!

As we celebrate this special season, we invite you to bring nature home for the holidays and thank you for continuing to support our store, nature and wildlife. We wish you and your family a wonderful and healthy holiday season!


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