FREE 2 lb bag of quality bird seed
with purchase of any bird feeder
(now thru Mon. Nov. 30th)
Birds Love Open Water All Year
It can be difficult for birds to find open water when it's cold. Water is incredibly important for birds to drink and bath in all year. Bathing even in the coldest temperatures helps birds keep their feathers in good condition for insulation and escaping predators. Research has shown that chickadees with well-maintained feathers can sustain a 21°C layer of insulation between outside air and skin. Birds also require water in winter to properly digest their food. Offering open water in the winter through a heated birdbath increases a bird's chance at surviving the winter. A bird bath will also enhance your enjoyment of backyard birds. Whereas some birds don't eat bird food from our feeders, water is required by all birds so you can attract an even greater variety of birds to your backyard.
THANK YOU GREG FENTY and SAGE the burrowing owl for another full house.
We now have CERTIFIED ORGANIC APIDAE HONEYBEE PRODUCTS (honey, bee pollen). Apidae is a local Saskatoon company that produces pesticide and pollutant free honey; this is very special honey.
We have a large selection of little Critterz high-quality porcelain miniatures. Each piece is hand-painted by talented artists using a very thin brush. As animal lovers, Little Critterz knows we must help the organizations that help animals, who can't help themselves from the harsh realities of poachers and habitat loss so they support Orangutan Outreach and Snow Leopard Trust.
See your birds up close. We offer only lifetime guarantee quality optics (Eagle, Vortex, Steiner, Zeiss)
Sun. Nov. 29th (2-3pm) - Birding at President Murray Park: A peaceful walk looking for kinglets, creepers and crossbills in the spruce trees. Meet at the corner of Wiggins Ave. and Colony St. Leaders: Jan and Stan Shadick (306-652-5975)
Sat. Dec. 5th (9am-5pm) - Gardiner Dam Birding: A trip to look for ducks, geese, gulls and eagles. Dress warmly and bring a lunch. Meet at the Western Development Museum parking lot, 2610 Lorne Ave. Leader: Robert Johanson (306-653-2610)
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.