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.

Out with the Old, in with the New

Right now, many birds are beginning a transformation, losing and replacing their feathers in a process known as molting. This complicated process requires a lot of energy.  Feathers are made of more than 90% protein, primarily keratins, so every molting bird needs extra proteins to grow strong feathers for proper flight and effective insulation. You can offer high-protein bird foods such as peanuts, Jim's Birdacious® Bark Butter®, suet and mealworms, to ensure that your birds have a reliable source of protein to help them with molting. Many species are also preparing to migrate and need to build extra body weight for the journey.



 Zoo Soc  EVENTS:

Drop-in Interpretation  - Thu. Aug. 27th (1-3pm): 

Stop by and visit with an interpreter and one of our socialized animals. 

Brown Bear Birthday Bash - Fri. Aug. 28th (1-3pm): 

Koda and Mistaya are 10 years old! Come help us celebrate their birthday with a very "unique" picnic for the bears! Interpreters will be out and about until 3:00 p.m., but program ends whenever you wish to go! 




Black White warblerWarbler Walk - Sun. Aug. 30th (8-11:30am):  We plan to look for migrating warblers, vireos and other songbirds in the Forestry Farm Park. Bring drinking water and a hat. Meet at the north end of the main parking lot at the Forestry Farm. There is a $2 parking fee; bikes are free. Leader: Daniel Giesbrecht (306-713-3930).



Nashville Warbler deadWindows are everywhere: in our homes, offices, stores, cottages...everywhere. Bird Collisions with windows is a leading cause of bird death across North America. Birds cannot see glass. They see a reflection of their habitat (trees, bushes, water, sky) in windows but they cannot see the glass. FLAP (Fatal Light Awareness Program) works to safeguard migratory birds in the urban environment through education, policy development, research, rescue and rehabilitation. They have an excellent website to help everyone help save birds.



Our guest speaker series & live animal guests will resume in September.


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.