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Wildbird at WLFS

As one of New England's largest independent wild bird supply retailers, you're sure to find just what you need to attract a wide variety of colorful birds to your property. You'll find aisles in our store stocked with beautiful feeders, seed mixes, poles and hangers, specialty feeding supplies, and so much more! We invite you to come in and discover why the Upper Valley has trusted us for quality wild bird and wildlife feeding products since 1926.

Wild Bird Feed
     BSF Songbird Mixes
     BSF Birder's Secret
     Aspen Bird Seed
     Black Oil Sunflower
     Striped Sunflower
     Sunflower Chips
     Nyjer (Thistle) Seed
     Peanut Hearts
     Scratch Feed
     Cracked Corn
     Hummingbird Nectar
     Oriole Nectar
     Suet & Seed Cakes
     And much more...

Classic Feeders
 Droll Yankees
     Perky Pet
     No-No Feeders
     Heritage Farms
     And many more...

Wooden Feeders
     Perky Pet
     Nature’s Way
     Bluebird Houses
     Bamboo Feeders
     Bat Houses
     And many more...

Misc. Feeders & More
 Hummingbird Feeders
     Oriole Feeders
     Bluebird Supplies
     Suet Feeders
     Deck Mounts
     Squirrel Baffles
     Rain Guards
     Seed Trays
     Cleaning Kits
     Seed Storage
     And much more...

Feeding Supplies and Accessories
In addition to great seed blends and feeders, we carry all of the feeding accessories you need to optimize your wild bird feeding experience. From hangers and hookery to deck mounts, window mounts, cleaning and repair supplies, and so much more, we're your one-stop location for all things wild bird. Come in today and see our wide selection of quality wild bird feeding accessories from top brands such as Droll Yankees, Audubon, Duncraft, Woodlink, and many more.

A Simple Tutorial for Wild Bird Feeding
Winter Feeding
When you start feeding birds during the fall it is desirable to continue throughout the winter. Birds may become stressed during really severe winter weather, especially when ice or snow covers their natural food. If you suddenly stop feeding under these conditions, birds may be exposed to unnecessary hardship. Offered in proper feeders, Blue Seal Wild Bird mixes will attract the following birds:

  • Nature's Choice - for all the "beautiful songbirds" you like to see around your feeder.

  • Concerto - for a broad spectrum of songbirds; specifically unattractive to blackbirds.

  • Song Maker Supreme - for woodland dwelling birds such as chickadees, nuthatches, cardinals, tufted titmice, and tree sparrows.

  • Song Maker - for birds preferring brushy areas such as song sparrows, cowbirds, and purple finches.

  • Birder's Secret Blends - specialized mixes for feeding specific species such as woodpeckers, finches, cardinals, and more.


Other birds such as blue jays, grackles, starlings, and pheasant also eat Blue Seal Wild Bird mixes. In order to keep them off your feeder, scatter a good supply of scratch feed or coarse cracked corn on the ground and it should keep them away. This applies to squirrels and chipmunks too. The large particles in scratch feed or coarse cracked corn are particularly relished by the larger wild birds and animals. Fine cracked corn is excellent for blending with other wild bird seeds or with sunflower seeds. Hands down, sunflower seeds will attract the broadest variety of birds. We carry black oil seed in 20 lb. and 40 lb. bags, as well as grey striped in 25 lb. and 50 lb. bags (smaller bags available). We also stock wild bird favorites such as sunflower chips, nyjer seed (finches love it), peanuts, and much more. For feeding variety, also try placing high-energy suet or flavored suets near your feeders.

Summer Feeding
If you use good practices and remain cautious of bears and other predators, you can enjoy feeding wild birds throughout the summer months as well. In addition to the regular year-round species, you will see at close range many birds which are summer residents only. Summer feeding will not cause the birds to neglect their normal insect diet. Their strong natural instinct is to catch insects in abundance, especially to feed the nestlings. A birdbath filled with fresh, clean water is a must. Locate it near shrubbery or evergreens where the birds can dry and preen themselves in a protective environment. For more information on feeding wild birds, see one of the knowledgeable staff at West Lebanon Feed & Supply!

*The suggested feeding program above is intended solely as a guide. The variables of management, environment, and breed may dictate changes in the birds' requirements.

**Be sure to become familiar with your local and state regulations concerning all wildlife feeding.