Redmond, Washington

Diane Drisch

Diane Drisch

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

Redmond, Washington

Overlake Square,
15155 NE 24th St.
Redmond, WA 98052

Phone: (425) 747-8908
Fax: (425) 747-2954
Email: Send Message

Store Hours:
Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Comments:
Located in the Overlake area half way between downtown Bellevue and downtown Redmond about a block and a half East of Sears. ----------------------------------------------------------We are closed the following Holidays: January 1st, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Nature Happenings

• Full Moon: July 1 - Full buck Moon, July 31; New Moon: July 15.
• July 27 – 30: Delta Aquarids Meteor shower peaks.
• NABA National Butterfly count.
• Butterfly Weed is in bloom.
• Purple Martins begin their southern migration three weeks after their young have fledged. Males leave first.
• Loon eggs hatch in 26 – 31 days. Chicks are able to swim immediately but rest on their parents' backs to conserve energy.
• Leatherback Sea Turtles can be seen off the pacific coast of BC during summer months. They are able to survive in much colder water than any other sea turtle.
• Peak Alpine Wildflower bloom.
• Ducks are molting their feathers and cannot fly during this time, usually 2 to 4 weeks.
• Western Columbine, a hummingbird's favorite nectar source, in bloom.
• Classic Daylilies and Poppies bloom.
• First brood of immature hummingbirds begin to show up at nectar feeders.
• Look for Brown-headed Cowbird fledglings begging and being fed by the other species that raised them.
• American Goldfinches are our last birds to nest, waiting for mature thistle plants to provide nesting material and food for their young.
• Keep finch feeders full of fresh Nyjer® (commonly referred to as thistle) seed.
• Robins have finished nesting, but will readily visit yards in search of worms and berries.
• Plant berry-producing shrubs or offer cherries, cranberries, raisins, grapes, or blueberries to help robins feed their young.
• Look for hummingbirds feeding on Trumpet Creeper, Columbine and Penstemon.