May Is Gifting Month

It is celebration month at Bird House Nature Company. If you are looking for inspiration in choosing a gift for Mother’s Day or for a special person in your life, we have you covered. The list below is snapshot, a starting point of items that might be on your shopping list and availble in-store. Some items are on our website.

* Birds Baths - variety of styles, colours and images
* Bird Feeders - attract the birds you desire by the feeders you choose to use
* Wild Bird Seed -
Non GMO seed, local distributor, Mill Creek
* Oscardo - Canadian gifts and souvenirs featuring Canadian Native Art 
* Dean Crouser Giftware - nature themed plates and mugs from watercolour designs of artist Dean Crouser
* Local Artists -  Mary Lou Fletcher (hand painted birds on cedar shakes) and Arni Stinnisson (photography reproduced on canvas)
* Ladies of the Lake - meaningful lifetime inspired lake humour with curvy ladies
* Wind Sculpture and Spinners - add vibrant colour to your outdoor space
* Lawn and Garden Decor -
things that spin, glow, and twinkle
* Metal Plaques and Quotes -
Make an impact with words
* Resource Books -  
Peterson field guide books and a range of Lone Pine nature books including Birds of Ontario
* Wind Chimes -
be it metal or wood find the sound that enhances your space by adding a distinct sound to the space

*GIFT  CERTIFICATES- for the hard to surprise

Come for an in-store visit and explore for inspiration.

The Bird House Nature Company is celebrating our second anniversary this month. We cannot overstate how appreciative we are of our customers and acknowledging your support as we transitioned into a well known Orillia business, and through the challenges of a pandemic. We are grateful for your business and encouragement. 

NOTE: A reader of our last email brought to our attention an Ontario bird fact error. We thank you for keeping us on our toes.
Correction: the smallest bird in Canada is the Calliope Hummingbird. This tiny bird is found only in British Columbia, Alberta and parts of Saskatchewan. Wrongly noted that the Calliope is also found in Ontario.