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February Seed Sale

Let’s help the birds weather the end of winter, and prepare for nesting season! The birds will appreciate it, and you can enjoy their company. Proceeds from the sale help the chapter with its nest box program and the many free educational programs we host throughout the year.

Choose from these tasty varieties of seed to keep your birds well fed this winter: Sunflower meaties (hulled) $26 for 25 pounds, $45 for 50 pounds; Black oil sunflower seed $16 for 20 pounds, $29 for 40 pounds; Thistle (Nyger) $10 per 5 pounds; and suet cakes are $2 each. Please download and print this order form.

Orders must be received and confirmed no later than February 16. Send a check made out to Mid-Coast Audubon to “Seedsale Sue,” 12 Audubon Rd., Bremen, ME 04551. You will receive confirmation of your order – if you don’t hear back by February 23rd, or want more information, please send an email to Sue and put BIRDSEED in the subject line. If all else fails, call (207) 380-1370. Pre-ordered seed will be available for pick up at Plants Unlimited, Route 1 in Rockport on Saturday, March 3, 10 a.m. to noon.

Shopping Online? Smile for the Birds!

Living in Maine, sometimes the only way to get something you need is to buy it online. Now you can do a little more for Mid-Coast Audubon when you shop at Amazon Smile. Go to and right below the search bar click to select Mid-Coast Audubon. Once selected, Amazon will make a donation every time you purchase something through Amazon Smile. You’ll be supporting birds and nature conservation while you shop!

Tip Your Hat in Support of Audubon

Mid-Coast Audubon has some beautiful, top quality hats available so you can show your support for bird conservation. Wear it proudly while you are birding or around town. Adjustable back; one size fits most. Khaki with colored brim. $15 price includes tax and shipping. Call (207) 549-5257 or email Lew Purinton.