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1830 Gainsborough Rd
London, ON, N6H 5L2
Canada

519-471-6870

London Ontario Bird Feeders, Bird Seed, and Gift store. We carry dog food & toys, bird houses, Squirrel Busters, candles, Batty's Bath, Bee by the Sea, and so much more. Come in and check us out! 

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Bird Feeders, Bird Seed, and Gift Shop located in London! Follow along with our News from the Store!

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Family Time with the Sparrows

Richelle Hunter

We always love this time of the year...it confirms to us why we enjoy attracting & welcoming the birds to our yard with feeders, trees & most importantly - water. When the adults bring their newly-fledged young to the garden & introduce them to the feeders, what fun it is for everyone!! The wing flapping, chirping...and sometimes squawking...is delightful as the little ones look for a serving of seed from mom or dad. This family of House Sparrows has recently arrived and we are loving every minute!! We hope that you too are seeing some new arrivals in your area!! Yes...they're House Sparrows, but you must agree, they're pretty darn cute!!

Lunch Time!!

Lunch Time!!

Try Safflower!!

Richelle Hunter

One thing we know for sure....Cardinals, Rose-breasted Grosbeaks and House Finches LOVE Safflower Seed! One other thing about this seed....typically, most blackbirds and squirrels do not! When "blackbirds" are hanging around the garden, many of our customers switch to safflower seed. While you won't probably get the variety of birds and while it may take a bit for others to get to like it, it may be a choice you'd like to try! Hope you're having a great week in your gardens!!

Northern Cardinal    feeding from a tube feeder filled with Safflower Seed!!

Northern Cardinal feeding from a tube feeder filled with Safflower Seed!!

Rose-breasted Grosbeaks  enjoying Safflower Seed

Rose-breasted Grosbeaks enjoying Safflower Seed