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JULY 4TH HOLIDAY HOURS

THURSDAY, JULY 4, CLOSED

FRIDAY JULY 5, 10AM-6PM

SATURDAY JULY 6TH AM-6PM

SUNDAY, JULY 7TH NOON-5PM

DELIVERY INFORMATION

FREE DELIVERY IN GREATER CHARLOTTE REGION WITH MINIMUM PURCHASE.

CURBSIDE PICK UP ALSO AVAILABLE 704-541-1180

Thank you!!

We Are Not Your Average Bird Store

We have a great selection of bird houses, bird feeders, bird guides, garden art, and wonderful nature-inspired gifts.

We have National Wildlife Federation Certified Habitat Stewards on staff to answer your questions and help you create the wildlife habitat in your backyard that you've always wanted.

If you're having problems with squirrels, we can help you defeat them with squirrel-proof feeders that work or pole-and-squirrel-proof baffle set-ups that will keep them off your feeding pole or post.

  • Nature Walks!

  • Join Master Naturalist Taylor Piephoff on journeys into the wild.
  • Frog Walks!

  • Join Master Naturalist Taylor Piephoff on journeys into the wild.

Nature Walks!

Join Master Naturalist Taylor Piephoff on journeys into the wild.

Frog Walks!

Join Master Naturalist Taylor Piephoff on journeys into the wild.

Master Naturalist Taylor Piephoff will lead these walks along the Four Mile Creek Greenway in Piper Glen. This is a flat greenway along the creek and is either paved or on a boardwalk the entire length. We walk down to the cattail marsh and back, 2-3 hours at a leisurely pace, starting at Bird House.

Walks are $5 per person, which goes to Taylor for his time and expertise. Since we limit the number of people to smaller groups, please only register if you are sure that you can make it, so we don't waste any slots.

If you are interested in registering, click REGISTER below. If the walks sell out, there will be a waitlist in case of cancellations. So make sure you put yourself on the waitlist if there are no more slots.

Migration Birding, Latta Park, April 28, 2024 8:30am

Latta Park in Dilworth teems with migrants in the Spring! Register to join us on this walk Sunday morning

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BIRD WALK, Saturday April 13, 2024, 9:30am

Master Naturalist and expert birder, Taylor Piephoff, will lead this walk along the greenway to help us find birds, other wildlife, flora and fauna!

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BIRD WALK, Sunday, May 5, 8:30am

Master Naturalist and expert birderm Taylor Piephoff, will lead this walk along the greenway to find birds, other wildlife, flora and fauna!

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FROG WALK Friday, May 10, 7:30pm

Master Naturalist, expert birder and Chief Frogologist, Taylor Piephoff, will lead this walk along the greenway to search for frogs and other wildlife that are active at night.

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Indigo Bunting Walk, Saturday, June 8, 2024, 9:30am

Master Naturalist and expert birder, Taylor Piephoff will lead this walk to the cattail marsh and back to see the beautiful Indigo Buntings that nest there.

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FROG WALK, Saturday, June 22, 2024, 7:30PM

Master Naturalist and Chief Frogologist, Taylor Piephoff, will lead this walk along the greenway after dark to find frogs and other critters that go bump in the night.

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Field Notes by Master Naturalist Taylor Piephoff

Curious About Birds?

If you want to learn about birds, they definitely want to learn about you! Give these beautiful wonders the chance to check out your yard!

Expand your knowledge and learn some more about the different wild birds here in North Carolina. Information kindly provided by Cornell Lab of Ornitholgy.

Check out our recorded Bird Nerd Workshops below!

Hummingbird Workshop March 25th, 2021

Want to get hummingbirds happy but missed our live workshops? No problem! Check out the recording on tips to bring these lovely birds to your backyard!

Watch Video

Attracting Songbirds March 24th, 2021

Are you looking to attract an abundance of species and make your yard an avian paradise? Here's a presentation from the Marvin Chapter of the NC Wildlife Federation (MARSH) about attracting songbirds to your yard.

Watch Video

On the Air!

We were invited to appear on the Fabulous Francene Marie show to talk about the birds and the bees (and butterflies). It was a great conversation with a great lady! Click to listen to the show in case you missed it.

Listen to the Show

Don't Touch That Nest!

Don't remove the nest once the chicks have fledged!
Once mama gets those birds weaned, she will put a fresh layer of straw on the old nest and start her next brood.
If you remove the nest, you may cause her to go elsewhere for the second batch, so resist the urge!
Unless something tragic or gross happens (dead babies, smashed eggs), just leave it alone!