Wild Birds Unlimited moves to new nest in Gerber Village

Press release
Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop Celebrates Move to New Nest

ASHEVILLE, NC – The Asheville Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in south Asheville is moving into a new nest in Gerber Village just one mile north of the former location. Owners Chris Jaquette and Simon Thompson are excited to announce the store will be open October 31st and invite the community to the Grand Re-Opening Celebration the weekend of November 16th – 17th. The new nest will be humming as the flocks of customers are treated with family friendly nature talks, prize drawings, refreshments, give-a-ways and product demonstrations.

“We are very excited to be moving to Gerber Village and continuing to share the hobby of backyard bird feeding with the community,” stated Chris. “This hobby is second only in popularity to gardening and is enjoyed by over 53 million Americans.”

Wild Birds Unlimited carries a variety of seeds and seed blends that have been specially formulated to attract birds in this region. Seed blends are mixtures of seeds and nuts that numerous birds will eat. Seed is delivered every week so customers get only the freshest bird food possible. Every Wild Birds Unlimited seed purchase comes with a guarantee: If a customer is dissatisfied with the seed in any way, he or she can bring it back for a new bag. In addition the retailer carries bird feeders, bird houses and specialty garden and gift items not found elsewhere.

Asheville Wild Birds Unlimited brings people and nature together as the one stop shop for nature and birding in Western North Carolina. The experienced staff of backyard bird-feeding specialists provide exceptional customer service for all outdoor birding needs from quality bird seed, feeders, and bird houses to binoculars and field guides – www.asheville.wbu.com.

Gerber Village, 10 Crispin Court, Suite D-102, Asheville


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