San Antonio, Texas

Kim Keller Bose & David Bose

Kim Keller Bose & David Bose

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

San Antonio, Texas

9910 W. Loop 1604 N.,
Suite 120
San Antonio, TX 78254

Phone: (210) 375-3611
Email: Send Message

Store Hours:
Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Come on in! At Wild Birds Unlimited, we are dedicated to helping you turn your backyard into a habitat that not only benefits the birds and the environment, but also brings song color and life to your home.

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We can show you how to turn your yard into a birdfeeding habitat that brings song, color and life to your home.

Help Birds Survive the Floods from Hurricane Harvey

As one of our family of customers and friends, we hope this email finds you safe and well.

Hurricane Harvey has done extensive damage to our neighborhoods and our community. While we all start to rebuild our homes, businesses and lives, please consider taking a few steps to help our birds weather the loss of their habitats, too.

Harvey's high winds and extensive floodwaters have damaged numerous habitats and many of the natural food sources that are typically available for birds, particularly for ground-feeding birds that eat insects, worms and seeds. The storm also decimated countless trees and shrubs that birds use for food and shelter.

You can help birds and wildlife survive this demanding time by providing them with much needed food, fresh water and shelter.

Install ground feeders and hang tray feeders as low as possible to the ground. Fill them with a variety of high-energy foods such as a high-quality seed blend, suet nuggets, mealworms and fruits. Hang added tube and hopper feeders filled with seed, suet and mealworms to give the birds an additional source of food.

Birds need a clean source of water for drinking and bathing as flood waters can leave polluted pools as they recede. Provide birds and other wildlife access to fresh water with a hanging birdbath.

As things dry out, consider creating brush piles for birds to use as shelter from weather and predators. This also provides them a place to raise families next spring. Nest boxes, birdhouses and roosting platforms will also offer additional sources of nesting and shelter.

As we all work to recover from this devastating hurricane, having the birds return to our backyards can bring us a sense of hope, renewal and peace. The birds will help us recover and you can help the birds recover as well.