ExpiredBird Seed Sales – Fall of 2017

  • 2017 Fall Bird Seed Sale
    October 5, 2017
    5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Order Deadline EXTENDED: Wednesday, September 27th
Pickup Date: Thursday, October 5th from 5:30 – 8:00 PM at the Education Center
Enjoy feeding the birds & support Evergreen Audubon

Help support Evergreen Audubon while you feed the birds this fall and winter.

We are working with Front Range Birding Company and a local seed supplier to bring you some of the best bird seed available. A portion of every sale will be donated to us to support our programs and initiatives. You can order with a credit card below or print out this form and mail us your order with a check. Learn about the various seeds and seed mixes we are offering below.

We must have all orders, both online and via mail, in by Monday, September 18th. You will be able to pick up your order  between 5:30 and 7:00 PM on Thursday, October 5th right before our monthly chapter meeting at the Evergreen Audubon Education Center 29997 Buffalo Park Rd. If you cannot get your seed on this day/time, please arrange to have someone else pick it up for you. We will not have any extra seed on the pick up day, so order now to be sure you get some!

Unclaimed bags of bird seed will be returned to Front Range Birding Company and no refunds will be given.

Questions?  Email Colleen Kulesza.  Need advice on bird feeding? Visit http://www.audubon.org/news/bird-feeding-tips to learn all about best practices, tips, and more.

SEED OFFERINGS

Patio Blend – Hulled sunflower, hulled millet & peanut pieces: no mess and no sprouting!  Attracts chickadees, nuthatches, woodpeckers, and jays.
Song Bird BlendBlack oil sunflower, millet, safflower, peanut pieces & hulled sunflower.
Medium Sunflower ChipsNo mess and no millet.
SafflowerDeters squirrels.  Attracts chickadees, nuthatches, and finches.
NyjerGoldfinch and Pine Siskin favorite!!
Finch BlendNyjer, fine sunflower chips, hulled millet.
Shelled PeanutsWoodpeckers, chickadees, nuthatches, jays & squirrels.
Hulled MilletGreat for winter juncos, and no sprouting in the spring.
Cracked CornDucks, doves, and squirrels.
No Milo No Mess BlendWhite proso millet, red proso millet, black oil sunflower, wheat, cracked corn.
Nut and Fruit blendAttracts chickadees, nuthatches, and woodpeckers.
Nature Blend – corn, peanuts-in-shell, etc. Attracts jays and squirrels.
Peanuts in the shellAttracts jays, woodpeckers, and squirrels.
High Energy Suet 12/case – Attracts chickadees, nuthatches.

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Location

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 303-900-8586

Address:
29997 Buffalo Park Rd, Evergreen, Colorado, 80439, United States

Description:
Evergreen Audubon now has an extension of the Nature Center adjacent to Alderfer/Three Sisters Park. We are on Buffalo Park Road between Evergreen High School and the first parking lot for Alderfer/Three Sisters Park. This wonderful location has classrooms and access to 15 miles of trails for the many educational programs we offer. Monthly Chapter Meetings are located here the first Thursday of every month. This is the primary location for staff as well so stop by to visit. Via I-70: Take I-70 to the Evergreen exit (#252 westbound; #251 eastbound). Then proceed down State HWY 74 (also called Evergreen Parkway) for approximately 8 miles. Just past Evergreen Lake is the intersection with County HWY 73. Turn right onto 73 and proceed for a 0.5 mile to the first stoplight. Turn right onto Buffalo Park Road and continue for 1 mile. Our facility is on the right hand side of the road and you will see a sign that says Basecamp at the top and our name listed below. Parking is behind the building. From South of Denver:  Take US HWY 285 west to the Parmalee Gulch Road exit. Turn right and proceed towards Kitteredge for 5.5 miles. At the juncture with state HWY 74 (also called Bear Creek Road) turn left and drive through downtown Evergreen. Turn left onto County HWY 73 and proceed for a half mile to the first stoplight. Turn right onto Buffalo Park Road and continue for 1 mile. Our facility is on the right hand side of the road and you will see a sign that says Basecamp at the top and our name listed below. Parking is behind the building.

Author: Colleen Kulesza

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