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    Welcome to Wild Bird Company − New Hampshire

    Wild Bird Company is your friendly resource for backyard bird watching and bird feeding since 1989. We welcome you to our New Hampshire portal for bird watching and backyard birding resources. We are always available to answer questions about New Hampshire wild birds and birds across the US - and to learn about your birding experiences.

    Purple Finch - Haemorhous purpureus − New Hampshire State Bird


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    (for New Hampshire birding supplies and for backyard birding across the US)

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    Identify Your New Hampshire Wild Birds

    Need help identifying the birds in your yard, your region or beyond? Visit "All About Birds" from Cornell Lab of Ornithology to help you in your search for New Hampshire wild birds identification, habitat, audio, video and similar species - and for information focused on birds worldwide.


    All About Birds, Online Bird Guide
    (for New Hampshire wild birds . . . and throughout North America)

Wild Bird Company − New Hampshire Portal
Turn Your Backyard into an Entertaining Wild Bird Watching & Feeding Sanctuary
. . . for New Hampshire Wild Birds

844.442.1322 (toll free)
303.442.1322

info@wildbirdco.com

"We're Wild About Birds"

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29 Years in Support of New Hampshire Birding!

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Steve - Birding in Boulder, CO ©Steve Frye
In fourth grade my teacher asked us to write about what we wanted to do when we grew up. I said I wanted to be a Nature Nut. She said that wasn’t really a choice, but she asked, and that’s what I wanted to be. So here I am more than 40 years later a Professional Nature Nut, owning my store for more than 25 years. It’s always good to follow your passion.

Wild Bird Company Online Shopping

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Enjoy shopping on our secure Online Store for your New Hampshire birding supplies. Wild Bird Company offers a full array of backyard bird feeding and bird watching products and supplies − bird seed & suet, bird boxes, bird baths, bird feeders, baffles, accessories, optical equipment, books and media.
Wild Bird Company Online Store

National Birding Resource Orgs & Links

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Great Horned Owl ©Steve Frye

Visit the sites below for excellent information on New Hampshire wild birds, other wildlife, and plants around New Hampshire − and across North America:
All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
BirdFellow
National Audubon Society
National Geographic Society − Birds
National Wildlife Refuge System
read more . . . .

Steve Recommends

Steve Frye - Wild Bird Co founder - New Hampshire Birding Advice
Steve - Backyard Birding at Home in Longmont, CO ©Steve Frye
For the birds, surviving winter is a “simple” equation of calories in converted to heat. Many other energetic activities like nesting and territory defense are not applicable in the winter. Their main purpose is to survive the winter by finding and taking in enough food. Feeding the birds can help them over winter, especially in those harsh stretches. You will find that feeder activity varies tremendously according to the weather. As a storm approaches, increased activity will show just how many birds have found your feeder! Not surprisingly, suet and sunflower seeds, both high in fat and protein, are favored when birds need to tank up for a coming cold snap. In extreme conditions, chickadees can lose up to one third of their body weight overnight to keep warm.
-- Good Birding, Steve Frye, New Hampshire Portal

Wild Bird Slide Shows, Videos & eNews

New Hampshire Wild Bird Videos, Slide Shows & Newsletters
Band-Winged Meadowhawk Dragonfly ©Steve Frye
Visit the links below to view photos and videos taken during our Wild Bird Company Bird Walks, as well as an archive of our regular Newsletters:

Wild Bird Company Bird Walk Slide Shows

Wild Bird Company Newsletter Archive

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