Save Sat, Dec 2 & Sun, Dec 3




Save During Our Customer Appreciation Event!
We love the birds, but we love you even more! We appreciate all our customers and to show our appreciation want to help you save. Shop during our Customer Appreciation event and save big!

Save $5 off Purchases of $25 or more, $10 off Purchases of $50+, $20 off Purchases of $100+ and $40 off Purchases of $200+

In-store only Saturday and now open Sunday noon-4pm

One coupon per visit. Offer not valid on previous purchases, optics, gift cards, DSC memberships, sale items or other WBU offers. Offer valid in-store at WBU Kitchener only.



Construction Update:

Peter Linn, Senior Engineer, Design and Construction,, Region of Waterloo emailed "The contractor for the King Street project advised last week that the remaining paving on the westbound lanes is scheduled to be completed during the week of November 27. The timing will depend on weather conditions, anticipated that all four lanes of the road will be open to traffic by December 8."


Delivery Available:

Our delivery team Joyce & Vern continue to make deliveries within our Tri-Cities, so feel free to take advantage of this opportunity, especially during this busy time of year


Save the Date:

December 9th - All young nature enthusiasts are welcome to join Chris St. John as he shares the birds in our neighbourhoods and their song. Yes, of course there will be a craft too.

11:00am Please register by calling us 519-650-9800



Helping to Tame Winter for Your Birds

A high fat diet…the medical books say it’s just not good for us.

Well, it’s a good thing that birds can’t read! Because a diet high in fat is an absolute necessity for many of them to be able to survive the rigors of winter.

For birds, fat is fuel. It is the most concentrated energy source that a bird can consume and it is the only dietary component that is absorbed completely intact by their body. Stored body fat is the primary energy supply that fuels a bird throughout the winter.

Keeping warm is costly. A bird expends about 60% of its energy generating body heat. To stay warm, songbirds may use up 75-80% of their fat reserves during a single winter’s night. That’s equivalent to shedding, and then replacing 10% of their weight in the form of body fat, every twenty-four hours.

Even in areas lacking bitter temperatures, the most overlooked winter survival challenge for birds is having to endure the long period of darkness during the night. While roosting, a small songbird needs to sustain itself for 13-15 hours, solely by using its fat reserves for fuel.

For these birds, the daily challenge is to find enough food to not only make it through each day, but to also replace their fat reserves for the coming night -- all in the course of limited daylight hours.

So, this is where you come in.

Have you noticed how ravenously the birds eat at your bird feeders during the winter, especially first thing in the morning and just before dusk? Your birds are probably taking full advantage of the high-fat foods you are offering to quickly replenish their much needed fat reserves.

High fat foods are a critical necessity that you can provide your birds to help them survive the challenges of winter. By providing a reliable source of these foods, such as all types of suet, Winter SuperBlend® SuperSuet® and Bark Butter® products, you can truly make winter a little tamer for your backyard birds.


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