Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Keith, Denise, Jaye, Kyron, Tara & Heather Giroux Shelagh Barclay

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

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

330A 2600 8th Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7H0V7

Phone: 955-2473
Fax: 955-2474
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Store Hours:
Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

We are closed on Stat. Holidays

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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.

Information - Summer Feeding

 Summertime Continues to be Great Time to Feed Your Birds

Bird feeding isn't just a winter hobby. By continuing to feed your birds in summer, you have the greatest opportunity of any season to attract the widest variety of birds to your yard and feeders.

Summer is actually the most heavily bird populated season in most of North America. Contrary to popular belief, recent research also shows summer to be the most abundant season for birds to visit feeders.

Finches and other birds will feature their brightest breeding plumage. Woodpeckers, bluebirds and other bird parents will attempt to keep their fledgling young corralled around the yard and at your feeders, and those juveniles will constantly harass their parents for food.

Finally, there's the excitement of having your own resident hummingbirds flitting and flashing about the yard as they make countless trips to and from the nectar feeder.

As rewarding as all this activity is for you, there are a number of benefits for birds, too.

Access to bird feeders during this time of the year allows nesting females to spend less time foraging, which can lead to better protection of eggs from predators, earlier fledging of the nestlings and higher survival rates of the broods.

Combine the excitement of seeing so many active, colorful and energetic birds with the fulfillment of helping birds thrive, and summer becomes one of the most beneficial times of year to feed the birds for all involved.

Feeding your birds in the summer will not make them too lazy, too dependant or keep them from migrating at the appropriate time. All of these old myths have been dispelled by modern research and observation.

Please visit the store or call us to learn more about how you can better enjoy the birds visiting your yard this summer.

NOTE: Cylinders are a great way to keep your birds fed while you're on vacation, or any time.


Lyndon BookLyndon Penner

Thank You Lyndon for sharing your vast knowledge of our botanical citizens; everyone had a great time. We still have a few signed copies of Lyndon's new book in the store.


Wreangler 1

Thanks Elisa for bringing your cuddly critters. Yes CUDDLY. The little kids and big kids had fun learning about your exotic animals and meeting them.



We have copies of Robin & Arlene Karpan's new book, and some of their great older books.






Arctic BlueButterfly Field Trips - Select Sundays (1:30-4:30pm): Learn how to identify our butterflies. Bring rubber boots and insect repellant. Trip will be cancelled if weather is poor. Call leader if in doubt. Meet at the NW corner of the parking lot for the Centre at Circle and 8th Mall.

  • July 24 - Leader: Anna Leighton (306-665-6074)

  • August 7 - Leader: Juhachi Asai (306-373-1969)

Wild Orchids Field Trip - Fri. Jul.1st (9am-2pm):We will drive to the Nisbet forest (north of Duck Lake) and look for lady-slippers and other wild orchids. Bring lunch, mosquito repellent and rubber boots. Meet at south-west corner of the Lawson Heights' Mall parking lot. Leaders: Bob Godwin (306-343-8590) and Keith Pahl (306-374-3117)

Tiger Hills Upland Field Trip - Sat. Jul.2nd (8am-5pm): We will drive to Dale and Vicki's nature getaway east of Wakaw. Check website for information: Bring a lunch, rubber boots and insect repellant. Meet at the NW corner of the parking lot for the Centre at Circle and 8th Mall.  Leaders: Dale Parker & Vicki Keeler


 Closed June  1st Happy  Canada D'Eh! 


NOTE: If you'd like to share your photos of birds please do so on our Facebook or bring them into the store for our bulletin board.