Gardiner, Washington

Marc & Christie Lassen

Marc & Christie Lassen

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

Gardiner, Washington

275953 Highway 101
Gardiner, WA 98382

Phone: (360) 797-7100
Email: Send Message

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

Did you know we are much more than a bird feeding store? We have 65+ local artists works in our shop, we specialize in recycled plastic patio furniture as well as the best selection of bird feeding supplies on the Olympic Peninsula. Stop by and charge your electric vehicle at our free charging station, take a walk through our beautiful public garden with a breath-taking view of Discovery Bay or just come in for a visit with our shop cat, Luther. We look forward to seeing you in Gardiner!

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Let's Play "Name That Bird"

Strangers - they're everywhere.

You see them at the park, when you're driving around; they are probably in your backyard!

Don't worry, these are the most harmless strangers imaginable. They're birds.

There are a lot of birds out there, and it's difficult to keep track of all of them. There are so many colors and sizes, and some leave the area for great lengths of time before returning.

Well, Wild Birds Unlimited has a way to identify those feathered strangers you see from time to time.

It's amazing! It's the online field guide that makes identifying unfamiliar birds easy.


You provide information about the unfamiliar bird you've seen by selecting from a menu of attributes such as color, wing shape and size; rightbird will do the rest.

You will instantly see illustrations of birds that match the attributes you've selected. The more characteristics you know, the narrower the search is for the "right bird."

And with rightbird's audible bird call samples, you can also hear the sounds made by your stranger.

At Wild Birds Unlimited, we're happy to take the mystery out of birdwatching. Visit today and stop by the store this month to let us know the birds you've discovered.