Please remember that many more items are for sale at NH Audubon’s McLane Center, 84 Silk Farm Rd. (off Rt. 89, Exit 2) in Concord, 603-224-9909. To place an order by phone, call the NH Audubon Nature Store during business hours at (603)224-9909 x318. Please have your Visa or MasterCard number ready when you call.
Feed the birds where you can really see them— at your window!
Only $18.95 plus $7.95 shipping
Show your NH Audubon pride with these beautiful mugs custom etched with our logo. Available in green and red, mugs are dishwasher and microwave safe and will hold 15 oz. of your favorite beverage.
Price includes shipping and handling.
Show your NH Audubon pride when you wear this cap. Available in periwinkle, pink, blue, tan (as shown) and khaki with a red bill. Features an adjustable hat band strap. One size fits most.
Price includes shipping and handling.
Holds 12 oz. of nectar and features four feeding stations. Can add jelly and half an orange.
Stick a bird home on your window and watch your feathered friends raise a family.
Window home, $24 + $9.95 shipping and handling
Bring wildlife into focus with these waterproof, small, and lightweight binoculars.
Nikon 8 X 25 portable binoculars, $143.95 plus 12.80 shipping and insurance.
Enjoy reading about Loons and coloring the drawings in this book first published in three printings in 1983 but not reprinted again until this year. The authors, Minnesotans Joan Cox and Linda Mazanec, were young housewives with small children in 1983, when they compared notes about how much they enjoyed seeing loons at their lake cabins. They created "Gavia Immer" (scientific name for the common loon) with pictures of the birds accompanied by easy-to-understand text about their habits.
Gavia Immer, Splendid Swimmer, $8.95 plus $5.95 shipping
Entice Bluebirds to your yard with this made-in-Maine birdhouse.
Coveside Conservation Bluebird house, $30
Bees transfer pollen between male and female parts of a flower resulting in fertilization and seed production. It is said that bees are responsible for one out of every three bites of food we eat! Start reading about the more than 250 different species of bees.
Princeton University Press, 6 x 9 paperback with 150 illustrations, $24.95
Celebrate the industrious bumble bee and all the hard work that moms do, too, by making Mom some beehive-shaped cookies. Sugar cookie recipe included on tag. Other shapes include frogs, butterflies, dragonflies and ladybugs.
Beehive cookie cutter, $4.99
Newcomb's is considered a classic and once you learn the ID system, finding your plants in the 490 page book is easy.
Newcomb's Wildflower Guide, $19.99
May is all about migrating birds. The Avian Friends desk set includes a hardbound journal and lined notepad each 3 -1/4" by 4- 1/4". The matching pen has black ink.
Avian Friends Desk Set, $17.99
Butterflies will soon make their grand appearance and these notecards celebrate their majesty.
8 cards and envelopes, $9
Spring into birding with your own cotton hummingbird birding socks! A variety of designs.
Hummingbird birding socks, $10
Be prepared for a sunny day outside with all-natural sunscreen from Badger based in Gilsum, NH.
Be prepared for a bug-free day outside with all-natural bug spray from Badger based in Gilsum, NH.
A 100 % cotton t-shirt with crisp graphics of owls. Made by the Maine-based company Coyote Graphics.
"Most of the coffee sold in America today is literally killing the songbirds we love – and destroying a sustainable method of farming that supports rural communities in Latin America and keeps farm workers and their children away from toxic chemicals.
The only way you can be certain that the coffee in your cup is Bird Friendly® is if the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center seal is on the bag! By buying certified shade coffee you can become part of a truly sustainable chain from seedling to cup. Be part of the solution to a better life for all and enjoy the best coffee you’ve ever tasted."
-Birds & Beans Website