Spring is a great time to feed the birds…

Birds are on the move at this time of year, whether they’re coming “home” to nest or just passing through. Either way, you’re sure to get pleasure from seeing them at your feeder! And when you shop our sale, you’re providing funds needed for our bird and habitat conservation work.


Order Deadline
Monday, May 8

Saturday, May 20 @ Bylane Farm, 35 Todd Road
(or choose a delivery options)

Orders over $150
Free Delivery (between May 20-26)

Orders under $150
$25 delivery charge for local* orders.

*Local delivery is available within the Bedford Audubon communities of Armonk, Bedford, Brewster, Carmel, Katonah, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco, North Salem, Patterson, Pound Ridge, and Yorktown. If you live outside of these areas, please call to see if we can deliver to you.

Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Steven Biegler/Audubon Photography Awards

Our spring sale is not just for seed. We’re excited to offer a beautiful clear feeder with a red base and all-natural liquid nectar concentrate. Photos and details can be found in our Online Seed Shop.


Prefer to order by mail? CLICK HERE to download and print the order form. Then mail it to Bedford Audubon, 35 Todd Road, Katonah, NY 10536

Spring Seed Sale Produce Descriptions

Sunflower: Black oil has a thin shell that most birds can open, and it provides high energy; striped has a thicker shell that’s harder for blackbirds to open, but grosbeaks love it; Hearts have no shells.

Safflower: Starlings and squirrels don’t prefer it; cardinals and chickadees do!

Thistle (Nyjer): Tiny seed preferred by goldfinches, siskins, and buntings.

Finch Mix: Features two types of finch millet, nyjer, sunflower chips (fine enough to fit through the tiny holes of a finch feeder, and canary seed.

Hearty No Shell: Sunflower hearts, peanut kernels, hulled millet, Nyjer + cracked for. No mess under your feeder!

Fruit, Nut & Berry: Whole peanut kernels, black oil, safflower, sunflower hearts, raisins, cranberries + dried cherries to attract woodpeckers, finches, titmouse, chickadees, jays, cardinals.

Deluxe Mix: High percentage of black oil sunflower + white millet, with cracked corn, striped sunflower + safflower. Attracts a wide variety of birds including jays, cardinals, woodpeckers, various sparrows, finches, and more.

Economy: A mix of red milo, cracked corn, white millet + black oil sunflower. A favorite of ground-feeding or platform feeding birds including doves, catbirds, sparrows, and thrashers.

Suet Cakes: Attracts woodpeckers, nuthatches, titmouses, chickadees.

Hummingbird Feeder: Clear reservoir with a red base to attract hummingbirds.

Hummingbird Concentrate: All-natural concentrate liquid (makes 150 oz. of nectar) has added vitamins + calcium but no artificial dye or flavoring.

Photo at top: Rose-breasted Grosbeak (AdobeStock)