Winter 2015 Birdseed Sale

Order Deadline: February 4
Pickup Date: February 14, 10am-noon

 
Enjoy feeding the birds & support the Audubon Society of Greater Denver!

 

Pick up your seed at the Audubon Center at Chatfield (Directions) between 10am-noon on Saturday, February 14, 2015. If you can’t get your seed on pick-up day, you will be charged a $5 handling charge.  February 14, seed pickup can be arranged with the office.  Remember, the mice may help themselves to your seed if you don’t pick it up right away!

 
Questions?  Call 303-973-9530 between 9am – 2pm, Monday through Thursday.  Our friendly, helpful staff will give you more information.  Need advice on bird feeding? Visit the National Audubon Society to learn all about best practices, tips, and more.
 
Order Online! (check back in mid-December)
 
Download an Order Form to Print (check back in mid-December)

 


 

Seed Offerings

 
Countryside (formerly Supreme): A nutritious blend with no “filler” seeds, sure to attract a wide variety of birds to your feeder. This mix contains white and red proso millets, cracked corn, black oil sunflower, safflower.

 
Tidy Patio Mix (formerly Perfect Patio): A blend of seeds combining bird attractiveness with a minimum of seed germination in lawns and gardens. Contains medium sunflower chips, hulled white millet, peanut pieces & hearts, nyjer.

 
Black Oil Sunflower: Attracts the widest variety of seed-eating birds. Use in any type of elevated feeder.

 
Medium Sunflower Chips: Sunflower meats with the shell removed. The cleanest seed offering available. No hulls, no mess, and no sprouting. Loved by finches.

 
Safflower: A great offering for house finches and mourning doves. Not liked by squirrels or aggressive bird species such as starlings and grackles.

 
Finch Mixture: Contains fine sunflower chips & nyjer. Will feed through the small holes of a thistle feeder for finch feeding.

 
White Proso Millet: Most attractive to ground-feeding birds like sparrows, juncos, doves, and towhees.

 
Peanuts in the Shell: If you enjoy watching the squirrels’ antics, peanuts will certainly do the trick! Will also attract jays and woodpeckers.

 
High Energy Suet : (12 per case): Attracts insect-eating birds such as chickadees, woodpeckers and nuthatches.

 
*** Other types of seed available by special request. Call 303-973-9530 for availability & prices. ***