Vancouver, British Columbia

Mark & Laura Eburne

Mark & Laura Eburne

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

Vancouver, British Columbia

1302 West Broadway,
(at Birch) FREE PARKING IN REAR
Vancouver, BC V6H 1H2

Phone: (604) 736-2676
Fax: (604) 736-5419
Email: Send Message

Store Hours:
Mon - Fri: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Sat: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

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What's New In Store!

 

Keep Common Pests away from your yard

Yard Gard

 Keep Common Pest Animals Away from Your Yard. The Yard Gard™ works by emitting ultrasonic soundwaves that irritate pest animals, forcing them to go elsewhere. These soundwaves are silent-to-humans, which means the Yard Gard™ won’t bother you or your neighbors! 

  • Safe, Green, non-toxic
  • weatherproof
  • Motion Activated
  • Protects up to 4,000 sq feet
  • Harmless to humans, pets & birds
  • Target Pests:  Deer, Raccoons, Squirrels, Rodents, Skunks & more

 

 

 Coles's Flaming Hot Saucehot suace

Flaming Squirrel seed sauce

  • A nutritional birdseed supplement that contains all natural, 100 percent food grade ingredients with a super hot and spicy flavor
  • It tastes hot to mammals but not to wild birds
  • To keep squirrels and voles from digging up your bulbs, dip each one before planting
  • The 8 oz. Seasons 30 pounds of Birdseed.

 

 

 Garden Bandit

Simply  the best tool for any gardener.  Quickly and effectively removes weeds and grass from your garden. Ergonomically designed handle makes it easy to grip. Great for cultivating around tender new plants.

 

Raticator with Bluetooth technology raticator

Rats and mice carry many serious diseases, cause damage to food and property.  To combat them, individuals have turned to rodenticides, archaic snap traps and glue boards. Rodent poisons are a threat to children and  kill thousands of wild animals and pets each year.  Snap traps wound animals and are bloody/glue boards are terribly inhumane.  The Raticator Bluetooth uses flashlight battery power to quickly and  humanely exterminate rodents, then notifies you of success on your smart device.

 
 

Bird Baths bird bath

 Providing Water for Birds Like all animals, birds need water to survive. Though they can extract some moisture from their food, most birds drink water every day. Birds also use water for bathing, to clean their feathers and remove parasites. After splashing around in a bath for a few minutes, a bird usually perches in a sunny spot and fluffs its feathers out to dry. Then it carefully preens each feather, adding a protective coating of oil secreted by a gland at the base of its tail. For these reasons, a dependable supply of fresh, clean water is attractive to most birds. In fact, a birdbath will even bring to your yard birds that don’t eat seeds and wouldn’t visit your feeders. Providing water for birds can also improve the quality of your backyard bird habitat and should provide you with a fantastic opportunity to observe bird behavior. 

 

See our new selection of Glass, Metal, concrete, hanging styles and more. 

     

Perky-Pet HUMBAR200DTC Hummerbar Hummingbird Feeder, 2'

 Perky Pet Hum-Bar Feeder

  • 16 oz nectar capacity
  • 22 feeder ports
  • 2 ft long
  • Patented horizontal design
  • Feed more hummingbirds at once
  • Port spacing permits side-by-side feeding

 

 

 

 

 The Birders Guide to Vancouver  and the Lower Mainland birders guide to vancouver

Revised Edition.  The Vancouver area is a wonderful destination for birdwatchers. All new colour maps and photographs, this guide explores 33 local birding areas. 

 

Humm-Bug protein Hummingbird Feeder

Place banannas in the feeder to attract fruit flies. In 7-10 days, the Humm-Bug provides the hummingbirds with a constant source of protein