Savannah, Georgia

Craig & Nancy McEwan

Craig & Nancy McEwan

We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.

Savannah, Georgia

8108 Abercorn Street, Ste 210
Savannah, GA 31406

Phone: (912) 961-3455
Fax: (912) 961-3122
Email: Send Message

Store Hours:
Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Comments:
We are located between Home Goods and Party City, at the corner of White Bluff & Abercorn, in the Abercorn Common Shopping Center.

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Getting Started is Easy! (This page is a Work in Progress)

It's easy to connect with nature and quickly become a beginner birder! Just place a bird feeder filled with any of our fresh, no-waste seeds or seed blends anywhere in your yard. Birds feed by sight - give them a couple of weeks to find your feeder, then sit back and enjoy!

 

Food Guide

There are a few different ways you can feed the birds. Some of the most important nutrients that birds get from their food are oil, protein, and fat.

Seeds

Striped sunflower, premium oil sunflower, sunflower chips (hulled sunflower), safflower, Nutrasaff, white millet - birds eat it all! You can offer seeds in a seed tube feeder, hopper feeder, or tray feeder, or you can offer it in the form of a cylinder or cake.

Suet  

/ˈsuː.ɪt/

Suet is rendered animal fat - a ready energy-source for your birds. Fat is a concentrated form of energy and, per unit weight, provide more than twice the caloric energy as protein or carbohydrates do. This is important for birds because their metabolisms operate at an accelerated rate.

"In spring, it meets the increased energy demands of nesting birds. In the summer months, it provides a good substitute for insect-eating birds, especially in years when insects are not very plentiful. In fall, suet helps wild birds store fat to prepare for migration or the coming winter. And of course, in winter, suet replenishes depleted stores of energy and nutrients, to help birds survive the long, cold months."*

You can offer suet to your birds in the form of a cylinder or cake.

 

Peanuts

 

 

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