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.




Help Birds Deal With March Weather

In March & April birds' natural food supply is at its lowest point of the year. Insect populations are low or non-existent, and the few remaining wild fruits and berries are either hidden or undesirable.

Unpredictable weather doesn't make life any easier. Sunny, warm, spring-like days can quickly turn into cold, damp conditions that challenge birds' survival skills.

Because of these challenges, you have one of the best opportunities of the year to help the birds.

High-energy foods, such as peanuts and suet, are loaded with fat and protein, and they're wonderful substitutes for the insects many birds would eat if they could find them.

And speaking of insects, have you offered mealworms to your birds? Numerous birds eat protein-rich mealworms, which are lifesavers when temperatures begin to slide. We sell meal worms and other quality food for your backyard friends.


Find our booth (near concession) and enter to win a Pole Feeding System
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Zoo Soc       ZOO RUN
Sunday, April 19, 2015 at 9:00 a.m.


Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo

Click Here for online registration.

Celebrate Earth Week with the Sasktoon Zoo Society.  The Zoo Run is our annual 5 km fun run or 2.5 walk.  Featuring one of the most unique running venues in Saskatoon, the route follows the roadways and trails through the Forestry Farm National Historic Site and past the animals at the Zoo.   The event is a fund raiser for our Zoo Club program.  The Zoo Club is a lunch-hour program that supports our local teachers who organize an envrionment or ecology club in their school.  The program allows the Zoo Society to visit the club 7 times over the school year to discuss wildlife ecology, complete with an animal from the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park Zoo. 


Entry fees:$30.00 per person      $25.00 for Saskatoon Zoo Society members or Saskatoon Road Runners Members    $90.00 per family        $75.00 for Saskatoon Zoo Society members or Saskatoon Road Runners member families

Entry deadline is April 13th.  Entries submitted after April 13th, please add $10.00 late entry fee.


Entry Fee includes: A high quality souvenir T-shirt, treats,refreshments from Pepsidraw prizes,
& free admission to the Zoo for the day.

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Grand Prize: Advanced Pole Feeding System provided by Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop.


Most birds will adjust their feathers to create air pockets that will help them keep warm. You will often notice the birds look fatter or "puffed up" during cold weather. This is because the birds are fluffing up their feathers; the more air space, the better the insulation.
You can play a vital role in helping birds during winter by offering high-fat, high-calorie foods, such as sunflower, nuts, suet and Bark Butter® Bits. A  reliable, open source of water is also important. Birds continue to need a source of water for drinking to maintain their metabolism during dry, cold weather. Clean feathers help birds stay warm, and a bird bath is often the only way for some birds to drink and keep their feathers in top condition when it's cold. 


adam-crane THANK YOU ADAM CRANE for an interesting & informative nature presentation about 'Predator Invasions' and how they affect native species, based on his research here in Saskatchewan. 


Nature City Wild about Saskatoon is thrilled to announce the third annual NatureCity Festival, May 23-29, 2015. The Festival is growing in audience and influence year by year. Mark your calendar and check their website:



Field Trips: 

Saw-whet_Owl4 Saw-whet owling near Pike Lake - Wed. Apr. 1st (8-10pm): We will listen for owls calling after dark. Wear warm clothes, and bring a flashlight and a hot drink. Meet at the Western Development Museum parking lot on Lorne Ave.
Leader: Michael Williams (306-242-5383)



778558Bluebird trip to Pike Lake - Sat. Apr. 4th (9am-2pm): We will look for bluebirds and other early spring migrants. You may wish to bring a picnic lunch. Meet at the Western Development Museum parking lot on Lorne Ave.Leaders: TBA



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.