Stop Bird Attack

Mating Season

Some territorial birds, such as Cardinals and Robins, perceive their own reflection in a window to be another bird competing for their mate, and attack. Repeated attacks deplete a bird’s energy, putting its health and nesting brood at risk. Stop Bird Attack may be temporarily sprayed at the bottom of an exterior window to eliminate the bird’s reflection, calming the bird, and stopping the attack…16.00

Stop Bird Attack

Artisan Bird Tiles

Canadian artist, June Hunter, creates these stunning wall tiles by transferring her own fine art photographic images on to Italian marble. Each 8” tile is made by hand and results in a unique art piece that Mom would love to receive this Mother’s Day!…50.00

Seed Bombs

Guerilla Gardening

Bees and butterflies need our help! Our Seed Bombs are packed with native wildflower or herb seeds which sprout and grow when planted. Toss into vacant lots or abandoned areas or just plant in a garden or pot for beautiful blooms…10.50

Stop Bird Attack

House Beautiful

It’s nesting season and we have a lovely selection of bird houses for your garden. Wrens, sparrows, bluebirds, chickadees, woodpeckers and tree swallows are some of the birds that will nest in houses. Let us help you choose the right birdhouse for your needs.

 

 

 

Fairy Garden

Fairy Gardener

A Fairy Garden is a miniature garden complete with tiny garden decor and small, living plants. It’s a fun, new trend and we have all of the accessories for you. Combine mini fairies, birdhouses, bridges, stepping stones, birdbaths and trellises to create your own little fantasy garden.


Cedar Waxing

Cedar Waxwing

Cedar waxwings are a beautiful medium-sized songbird found along forest edges, in open woodlands, orchards, and riverfront parks. They are a sleek brown/grey with a black mask, crested head and yellow-tipped tail. Their name refers to their bright red-tipped wings which look like they’ve been dipped in wax. To attract them to your yard, plant trees such as cedar and maple for nesting as well as berry producing trees such as dogwood, mulberry, and mountain ash. They are difficult to entice to a feeder, but a birdbath or moving water source may attract them. Featherfields has a nice selection of birdbaths to choose from. During nesting season, cedar waxwings will readily use wool, string, hair or other nesting materials you may set out for them. Try our Nesting Material Bell to offer these in your yard.