We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.
275953 Highway 101
Gardiner, WA 98382
Phone: (360) 797-7100
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Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat - Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Did you know we are much more than a birdseed store? Stop by and visit our beautiful public garden with a breath-taking view of Discovery Bay, enjoy a Lavendar Mocha at the Espresso Garden, pic-nic tables available for your use. We look forward to seeing you in Gardiner!
The Northwest Raptor Center
Jay Moore and her family have run the Northwest Raptor Center in Sequim for the last 29 years. The Raptor Center is a rescue and release wildlife center. They specialize in the treatment of injured wild raptors, but they do not turn away any wildlife that shows up at their doors. They are an amazing resource for our community, who work tirelessly to preserve our native wildlife.
The Dungeness River Audubon Center
Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park
An Educational and Interpretive Center for the north Olympic Peninsula
Project Feeder Watch
Cornel Lab of Ornithology's Nest Watch
Register your backyard nest boxes and help scientists track our bird populations.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary
Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary:
A program to help you manage wildlife around your home and property
Good environmental stewardship begins in our own backyards
Around Again, Sequim WA
Used Building Supplies, and Furnishings
Around Again collects and sells used building materials, home furnishings and selected collectables.
Besides providing useable and recycled items for a good price, we will be offering information, education and resources around conservation and environmental concerns.
Our community is not unique with the problems we face, but our solution could be. Join us as we find new ways to reuse and repurpose unwanted treasures.
Hancock Wildlife Channel
Hornby Island Eagle Nest Live Cam
Phoebe the Hummingbird Web Cam
The Decorah Iowa Eagle Cam
Live Barn Owl Nest box Cam
Visit with Molly and her babies in her nest box in San Marcos, CA.
This is a live feed of a wild mother barn owl that has just started setting on her eggs. The owl box is located in / San Marcos, CA and is 15 feet off the ground. She appears to be a first time mom. The owl is about 14 inches tall. She laid her first egg on February 13th. We are expecting owlets around mid to late March. Incubation is 30 to 34 days. owlets will hatch in order laid. Not all at one time like chickens.
The American Birding Conservancy
Green Pod Development
Intelligent Environments - Creating Better Homes for a Healthier Planet
Follow the Rufous Hummingbird and others on their Northern migtation!
The Liberty Cadillac
This is the only WWI Cadillac in existance. This is the "Liberty Bell on Wheels"!
An amazing part of our American heritage.
Need a pair of binoculars repaired?
check out Land, Sea & Sky at http://www.landseaskyco.com/store/index.php?main_page=page&id=1