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!
• April 1 – 6: Project FeederWatch ends this month
• April 6: Full Moon, April 21: New Moon
• April 15 – 21: National Environmental Education Week
• April 21 – 22: Lyrids meteor shower
• April 21: Earth Day Celebration here at Wild Birds Unlimited, Garidner
• April 27: Arbor Day
• It is an irruptive year, so our Snowy Owls depart for the Arctic.
• Caspian Tern, Barn Swallows, Purple Martins, Wilson’s Warblers and Common Yellowthroats arrive.
• Red-Breasted Nuthatch courtship behavior begins.
• Kildeer eggs are laid and incubated for 24-26 days.
• Great Blue Heron egg-laying begins in April with incubation lasting 28 days.
• One of the first native butterflies to emerge from its overwintering chrysalis is the Sara Orangetip.
• Rufous Hummingbirds arrive from Mexico.
• Listen for Ruffed Grouse drumming in the lower-elevation mixed woodlands.
• Two beautiful camas species (Camassia Quamash and C. Leichtlinii) are blooming now.
• Cliff Swallows come from southern South America to build their mud nests under eaves and bridges.
• Western Tanagers and Black-headed Grosbeaks arrive from central Mexican forests.