Live At One With Nature
Relax at home and enjoy your featured friends with feeder setups, weekly fillings and endless care.
"Get Back To Nature"
Premium Feeder Fillings
We offer customized scheduled visits to fill feeders on a regular basis throughout the year. We additionally offer vacation fillings and checkups to make sure your feeders stay full with fresh seed that is nutritious, seasonal and of the highest quality.
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Did you know? 1 in 4 Americans feed birds with feeders.
Let us take the stress out of the hobby so that you can sit back and experience the peace that comes with nature. Get a FREE habitat consultation with expert recommendations on feeders, houses, seed types and hardware best suited for your own backyard habitat needs.
Custom Feeder Installation
With durability and flexibility in mind, we will select feeders that are the best purchases in the long run for our customers.
We deliver bags of seed, suet, feeders, or hardware at your convenience. This is a popular service in tandem with feeder fillings.
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Ongoing Feeder Cleanings
We clean feeders of all types to help protect birds from mold, bacteria, and diseases. After we disassemble the feeders we use natural enzymes to help break down hard to remove buildup and gunk.
We know how to keep critters off of feeders, so that you can enjoy seeing the birds. By understanding bird behavior, we are able to select the optimal location for feeder placement to avoid predators and increase your bird viewing options.
“I used Ted's service last summer and was blown away with his knowledge and expertise. His suggestions and placements have brought me so much joy and entertainment. I keep going back to him for more help...this winter he placed a bluebird house and feeding station so I'm looking forward to them joining the rest of the flock.”
Frequently asked questions
My family just moved here and I don’t know what kind of birds we have here. We are kind of new to the hobby. Can you help us learn more?
Yes, we can help introduce you to new birding communities, apps, field guides, classes, and local birding events. We can recommend a ton of different books and go over the basics of binoculars, identification and bird feeding. We even have a special binder that we give to our feeder filling customers to help them learn new birds, songs, and interesting facts. Our advice is to always take things slow, learn a thing or two a day, and enjoy the ride!
Can I gift this service to a loved one?
This is a popular gift idea for Mother’s and Father’s Day, but many others give this gift to their parents. Many loving sons and daughters know that their parents might need a hand with the squirrels, racoons, the trips to the store, or the heavy bags of seed and cleanup. Just let us know what your plans are and we can adjust our consultation for any occasion. We also offer gift cards for that special someone.
How often will you refill the feeders? Can you fill them while I am on vacation?
We will come as often as you want, but the most typical timeframe is once a week. In general we like to make sure the food is staying fresh and is rotated properly. We have many customers who work from home and enjoy watching the birds out the window and sometimes they enjoy quicker fill-ups and we make that happen too. Yes, we can bring out the seed and fill up the feeders when you are on vacation. This way when you come back the birds will still be there and happy to see you!
What are all of the services that you provide and what does it entail?
What types of feeder setups are most common?
We setup many types of feeders, but some of the most common are the bluebird nest box, a two, three, or four arm feeding station, a decorative feeding station, a goldfinch feeding station, and a hummingbird feeding station.
What are some of the most sought after common feeder birds?
Some of the most sought after birds include the Northern Cardinal, Eastern Bluebird, Baltimore Oriole, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Carolina Chickadee, Tufted Titmouse, and the Rose-breasted Grosbeak.