About us: We own the Wild Birds Unlimited nature shop in East Lansing, Michigan,
a store that provides a wide variety of supplies to help you enjoy the birdwatching hobby.

This blog was created to answer frequently asked questions & to share nature stories and photographs.
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Saturday, November 7, 2015

Fun Bird Food Treats to decorate the yard

If you come into the Wild Birds Unlimited - East Lansing, MI store you will see a lot of new items that will decorate your yard and make a great treat to serve your birds.

Fun Holiday Bird Food Treats
Birdhouse Dipped in Birdseed
We have bird houses that are decorated with a mixture of fresh bird seed and dried fruit or flowers. Birds will flock to the sides to eat during the winter and then a chickadee couple can use the house to roost in for the winter.

Birdie Bells & Solid Seed and Nut Ornament
Give your backyard friends a gift they'll really enjoy. Extra-large wild bird seed ornaments and birdseed bells are solid, compact mix birdseed and pecans. They can be hung on outdoor trees, porch hooks, or shrubs as a treat for clinging birds. This is a perfect gift to have on hand to pass out to teachers, hostesses, unexpected guests and other friends and family.

Seed Cylinder Characters
Available for a limited time only, our Seed Cylinder Characters are seasonal mix of safflower, sunflower chips, peanuts, cherries, blueberries and papaya to attract a variety of birds. Simply slide the Seed Cylinder onto our WBU Seed Cylinder Feeders enjoy the feathered holiday visitors. This is an adorable and unforgettable treat birds really love!

WBU Cranberry Fare Seed Wreath
The Seed Wreath does double duty during the winter season. Not only is it a dining delight for birds, but it also adds festive cheer to any yard. This wreath is full of seasonally-appropriate ingredients including sunflower seeds, peanuts and pecans.

It makes the perfect gift for friends that love nature but might not need another feeder. The wreath is 100% edible. Birds will eat this treat until it disappears completely.

Each wreath comes in a clear wrapped gift box and includes a red hanging ribbon and seed net.

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