Goldfinches in Winter
Wild Birds Unlimited of Hockessin, Delaware
We are Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland's largest Bird Feeding store. We carry the greatest selection of Bird feeders, birdseed, birdhouses, birdbaths and nature gifts on the east coast.
For over 20 years DELAWARE, PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY AND MARYLAND Birders have been flocking to Wild Birds Unlimited in Hockessin Delaware. We carry a complete line of all types of bird feeders and bird foods to attract every bird. From Finches to Jays to Woodpeckers to Bluebirds to Wrens we can show you the new and innovated products to invite the birds to your yard. We can help to dissuade those crafty squirrels with a squirrel-proof feeder or with our amazing pole system and baffle. Bird houses? Whether it's Bluebirds, Owls, or Purple Martins we have the box for you. We carry regionally formulated seed blends to attract the greatest variety of birds to your yard. We have a complete line of exclusive food products to treat your birds and you to a show. So hummm on over and visit us. The List goes on: Bird Baths, Binoculars, Spotting Scopes, Nature Jewelry, Field Guides, Kids Books.... and so much more. If your unsure what your favorite birder already has then consider giving them a Wild Birds Unlimited Gift Card, redeemable at over 200 stores across the US and Canada.
Wild Birds Unlimited is located on the corner of Lancaster Pike (rte.41) and Yorklyn road. From Pennsylvania coming south on Route 41 at the second light in Delaware take a left then an immediate left into our parking lot. We're between Hockessin's premier organic grocery store Harvest Market and Hockessin Wine & Spirits. Call us at 302-239-9071 for directions.
** FREE used bird feeders are available to non-profits, schools, Day Care centers and nursing homes. Call the store and ask for Charles. Also ask me about free bird talks for your group or school.
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Our Friendly Red-Tail Hawk
Cardinal eating Bark Butter