South Portland, Maine

Laura Turner, Tom Rossetter

Laura Turner, Tom Rossetter

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

South Portland, Maine

50 Maine Mall Road
South Portland, ME 04106

Phone: (207) 771-2473
Email: Send Message

Store Hours:
Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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We are located in the 50 Maine Mall Road shopping plaza (gray wood-framed shops) at the intersection of Maine Mall Road and Western Avenue, toward the Jetport. Entrances to our shopping plaza are located on Maine Mall Road and Western Avenue.

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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.

Welcome to Maine's Best

Backyard Birdfeeding Resource
Locally Owned, Locally Operated

About our wild birdseed and other foods:  Our birdseed is excellent quality and your birds know it.  All our birdfood has been formulated for the birds in our area and what they eat. Birds don't have many taste buds so they use weight as an indicator of a good seed (they also use light hues as the fat in seeds emits a different color light). Your birds MAY pick through fillers (undesirable seeds contained in most discount seed blends), but once they find a better source, BYEBYE!  Why pay for fillers that wind up on the ground uneaten?

Less is not the same! Many companies have decreased birdseed bag weights in hopes that customers look at the final price and not the per pound price. Pound for pound, our birdfood is competitively priced and excellent quality. Birdfood is a commodity. Prices fluctuate and are affected by crop success, supply and demand, and transportation. We are striving to ensure that the price you pay for birdfood at our store continues to be competitively priced, and the best available.

I want the pretty, colorful birds...The better the birdfood, the better the plumage of the birds. Even migrating birds that spend the winter in the tropics need an excellent food source to grow strong wings, feathers, and bright colors! But if you want the pretty songbirds (usually the males), you have to attract the not as pretty songbirds (the females- this camoflauges them better during nesting season) too.

Why feed birds? Backyard birdfeeding is the nation's second most popular hobby, just behind gardening. It's relaxing, enjoyable, entertaining, educational, and attracting birds to your yard provides other benefits such as natural insect control! Considering the cost of other hobbies, birdfeeding is economical and creates health and happiness!