Your Asheville Wild Bird & Nature Shop

We love to feed birds and we look forward to sharing that joy with you!

Here we feed wild birds the freshest seed, suet, and nectar to help them survive in Asheville. Birds face a lot of challenges, like predators and reduced availability of wild plant seeds. You can help them and we’d love to show you some fun options. We keep up with the needs of local and migrating birds so you can offer the right foods at the right time and get the most joy out of the hobby! 

Which bird foods, bird houses or bird baths will work the best in your backyard? You can count on our exclusive Wild Birds Unlimited seed blends and our team of local nature experts to help you create your own nature sanctuary. Our seed blends have been designed for the nutritional needs of birds for over 40 years.

Our loyal customers come from all over Western NC because of our helpful staff and wide selection of bird foods and nature gifts to shop from. We have customers who love bluebirds, finches, woodpeckers and so many more! It’s fun to hear stories about the birds that have stopped by.

pileated woodpecker on suet feeder

While you’re shopping for bird food feel free to check out our nature gifts. We’re proud to carry a wide variety of local, sustainable, and fair-trade gifts. Popular choices include bird earrings, cards, socks, and wind chimes. Our online store is stocked with bird food and bird feeders, but many of our local gifts and bird houses are only available in the store.

Wild Birds Unlimited of North Asheville is locally owned and operated. We’d love to help you experience the joy of feeding and watching birds. We are conveniently located in the Fresh Market shopping center on Merrimon Ave. Give us a call or stop in and see how we can help you!

Cardinal and nuthatch on hopper feeder

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Bluebird, eastern - male landing at nest hollow

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