Memphis, Tennessee

Ben & Debbie Bruce

Ben & Debbie Bruce

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

Memphis, Tennessee

704 S. Mendenhall
Memphis, TN 38117

Phone: (901) 681-9837
Fax: (901) 681-9858
Email: Send Message

Store Hours:
Mon - Wed: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Thurs: 9:30 am - 6:30 pm
Fri - Sat: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Sun: 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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We can show you how to turn your yard into a birdfeeding habitat that brings song, color and life to your home.

Lots of Food = Lots of Birds

 

In this corner: the returning champion of bird food, reliable and always filling.

In the other corner: the challengers, unique and interesting foods such as mealworms, seed cylinders, suet and Suet Snacks that will help you  attract more birds to your backyard.

Mealworms are a high-protein favorite of birds such as bluebirds, wrens, robins, chickadees and mockingbirds. Because mealworms can potentially crawl out of feeders, it's important to offer them in feeders with smooth sides like our Advanced Pole System® SideDish™ and Dinner Bell.

 

Try offering seed cylinders if you're looking to add more flavor to your yard. We carry an assortment of seed cylinders, including Deluxe, Supreme and Cranberry Fare. They make feeding your birds easy. Just set one out and watch.

Our Seed Cylinder Feeders are the perfect blend of creative design and bird feeding functionality, and are capable of housing several sizes and types of seed cylinders.

Suet is a high-energy, pure fat substance that entices a multitude of birds, including insect-eaters. Our Suet Snacks are small nuggets of suet that birds love. We also carry a variety of feeders that hold suet or Suet Snacks.

Stop by this month and let us know what kind of birds you want at your feeders. No one has a better selection of bird food than Wild Birds Unlimited. And whether you're looking for a champ or a challenger, we’ll make sure you have the food and feeders you need to make your backyard reign supreme.

 

 

It's Only Natural

 

Birds' beaks, feet, dexterity and other physical characteristics allow them to feed on specific natural foods, such as seeds, nuts, fruits/berries, insects, flower nectar and sap. For this reason, the bird food in our feeders should mimic birds’ natural food sources. Here are some examples:

  • Sunflower and safflower seeds mimic tree seeds, including pine, hemlock, spruce, maple, elm, sweetgum and more than 60 native sunflower species.
  • Millet mimics small, native flower and weed seeds, such as crabgrass, chickweed, knotweed and foxtail.
  • Nyjer® (thistle) mimics weedy flowers with small seeds such as native thistles, goldenrod and ragweed.
  • Peanuts, in or out of the shell, mimic many species of acorns and pine nuts.
  • Mealworms mimic the wild insect larvae typically consumed by numerous bird species.