Welcome to Allen Sterling & Lothrop's Wild Bird Seed and Supplies

Apr 18, 2020

At Allen Sterling & Lothrop, we understand the joy of birdwatching and the importance of providing the right nourishment for our feathered friends. Our Wild Bird Seed and Supplies page is dedicated to helping you create a bird-friendly environment in your garden.

Providing the Best Bird Feed

When it comes to attracting a variety of wild birds, the quality of bird feed plays a crucial role. Our extensive selection includes a wide range of seed mixes, suet, and mealworms, all packed with essential nutrients that birds need to thrive. Whether you're feeding finches, chickadees, cardinals, or blue jays, we have the perfect feed for every species.

The Perfect Seed Mix

Our seed mixes are specially formulated to attract a diverse range of bird species. From sunflower seeds to millet and nyjer seeds, our blends are carefully crafted to provide a balanced diet for wild birds. We source only the highest quality seeds to ensure optimal nutrition for your feathered visitors.

Delicious Suet Treats

Suet is a great source of energy for birds, especially during colder months. Our suet cakes are made from premium ingredients, enriched with berries, insects, and nuts to provide a tasty and nutritious treat. Hang them in a suet feeder and watch as woodpeckers, nuthatches, and other suet-loving birds flock to your yard.

Irresistible Mealworms

Mealworms are a favorite food of many bird species, including bluebirds and robins. Our farm-raised mealworms are packed with protein and are sure to attract insect-loving birds. They can be served dried or live, depending on the preferences of your feathered visitors.

Creating Bird-Friendly Spaces

In addition to providing quality bird feed, creating a bird-friendly space in your garden can enhance the birdwatching experience. Our Wild Bird Seed and Supplies page offers a range of products to help you create an enticing and safe environment for wild birds.

Cozy Birdhouses

Our selection of birdhouses provides shelter and nesting opportunities for a variety of bird species. From traditional wooden houses to decorative designs, we have the perfect birdhouse to suit your garden style. Each birdhouse is crafted with attention to detail, ensuring durability and comfort for nesting birds.

Inviting Bird Baths

Bird baths are essential for providing birds with clean drinking water and a place to bathe. Our selection of bird baths offers a variety of designs, materials, and sizes to suit your preferences. With a bird bath in your garden, you can enjoy the sight of birds splashing and preening while ensuring they stay hydrated.

Attractive Feeders

Feeders are a great way to attract specific bird species to your garden. We offer a range of feeders, including tube feeders, platform feeders, and hummingbird feeders. Each feeder is designed with the needs of birds in mind, featuring easy-access ports and durable construction for long-lasting use.

Expert Tips for Birdwatching

As avid birdwatchers ourselves, we want to help you make the most of your bird-friendly garden. Here are some expert tips to enhance your birdwatching experience:

1. Create a Variety of Feeding Stations

Set up different types of feeders and offer various feed options to attract a wide range of bird species. This diversity will increase the likelihood of different birds visiting your garden.

2. Provide Sheltered Areas

Place feeders and birdhouses near trees or shrubs to create natural sheltered areas. Birds will appreciate the additional protection, especially during harsh weather conditions.

3. Keep it Clean

Regularly clean bird feeders and bird baths to prevent the spread of diseases. Empty and refill feeders with fresh bird feed to maintain the health and well-being of visiting birds.

4. Offer a Constant Water Source

Ensure a constant supply of clean, fresh water in your bird baths. Birds will be attracted to the sound of moving water, so consider adding a small fountain or dripper to your bird bath.

5. Plant Native Trees and Flowers

Create a natural habitat for birds by planting native trees, shrubs, and flowers. Native plants provide food sources, nesting materials, and shelter for local bird species.

6. Provide Year-Round Food

Keep bird feeders stocked throughout the year to support resident and migrating birds. Different bird species have different feeding habits and preferences, so offering a variety of food options ensures a thriving bird population in your garden.

By following these tips and providing high-quality bird feed and supplies from Allen Sterling & Lothrop, you can transform your garden into a haven for wild birds. Enjoy the beauty and wonder of nature right in your own backyard!

Jon Staley
Love feeding the birds! 🐦💕
Nov 11, 2023
Ishtiaq Ahmed
The wild bird seed selection here is fantastic! My feathered visitors always seem satisfied.
Aug 5, 2023
Dean Byron
I always recommend Allen Sterling & Lothrop to my fellow birdwatchers. A great place for all bird-related needs.
Jun 19, 2023
Larry Richardson
I enjoy supporting a business that cares about wildlife. The bird seed and supplies here are top-notch.
Sep 26, 2022
Tj Thayer
The bird seed mixes are a hit with the various bird species that visit my garden. Thank you for providing such great products.
Sep 25, 2022
Marlene Panoyan
Quality bird seeds are essential, and I'm glad to have found a reliable source at Allen Sterling & Lothrop.
Feb 12, 2022
Jerry James
The bird feeders I purchased here are durable and attract so many beautiful birds. I highly recommend them! 🐦
Nov 5, 2021
Becky Philippi
I appreciate the dedication to bird-friendly gardening. It's important to support our local bird population.
Jun 23, 2021
Joseph Peckham
Creating a bird-friendly environment in my garden has been made so much easier with the supplies I found here. Thank you!
Feb 28, 2021
Agha Jaffar
I love filling up my bird feeder with your high-quality seeds! The birds in my garden are very happy.
Dec 4, 2020
Stacey Chance
Thank you for providing such a great variety of bird supplies. It's a pleasure shopping at Allen Sterling & Lothrop.
Aug 13, 2020