The Bird House: Birding Supplies: Bethlehem, PA



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SupperDome mealworm bird feederWelcome to The Bird House, whose goal is Bringing Birds to Your Backyard, an independent retail business which provides services to bird feeding, bird-watching and wildlife landscaping enthusiasts.

Backyard bird feeding is a very popular hobby, second only to gardening in North America. The Bird House is a full service store which carries an all-inclusive line of products necessary for your enjoyment of watching and feeding birds. Products include quality seed, innovative feeders, baths, houses (both functional and/or decorative), hardware, binoculars, identification books and CD's as well as garden decor accessories. You can also find unusual and exciting gifts for all occasions or buy a gift certificate and let your loved one pick out something that they've been looking for.

round bird feederThe Bird House provides value to customers by offering the highest quality bird feeding and bird-watching products in a comfortable setting. One-on-one advice is offered by our knowledgeable staff with the goal of finding the right setting, feeders, seed and/or houses for all customers from those setting up their first bird feeding station to those developing a backyard sanctuary.

Hours of operation:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10 AM - 5:30 PM; Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM; Closed Wednesday and Sunday

2008 Stefko Boulevard, Bethlehem, PA 18017. 1/4 mile south of Easton Avenue.

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Fall 2017
Plant bird friendly trees that will bear fruit or nuts as well as providing shelter. Fall is a good time to plant, giving roots a chance to get established before dormancy sets in.
Berries make great treats for your winter birds. Freeze some now and put them out in late winter when most of the fruit or berries on the trees have been eaten.
When making Jack-O-Lanterns, save the seeds. Rinse well to remove the fiber and dry them in a 200° oven. Songbirds will love ‘em (so will chipmunks, OK, squirrels, too!).
Clean summer nesting boxes. Put some fresh wood shavings on the bottom and some birds may use them for roosting in the severe winter weather.
If you can’t plant trees and shrubs until next spring, there’s no reason you can’t create "instant cover". Pile branches and twigs to form brush piles, where birds can hide and be protected from the weather.