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November 27, 2023
Wild Birds Unlimited Takes First Place for Overall Performance at Annual STAR Awards
By WBU Inc | Franchising
Franchise Update Media recently announced the winners of its annual STAR (Speaking To And Responding) Awards, which recognize excellence in lead generation, recruitment, and industry-wide best practices in franchising. Wild Birds Unlimited won first place for Overall Performance, achieving this top performance based on best practices in the key categories outlined below: Best Online Sales
November 20, 2023
Feasting with Our Feathered Friends
By WBU Inc | Hobby
How do we define feasting? Its basic meaning describes the consumption of an elaborate meal, often accompanied by entertainment, which takes place to mark a special event. Sure sounds like Thanksgiving, right? Thanksgiving, for many of us, is a day when we settle down to an impeccable table, often decked out with the “special” china,
October 9, 2023
Trick or Treat is for the Birds!
By WBU Inc | Birds, Hobby
OK…it’s October…so you have to believe that we would find a way to make a connection between your backyard birds and Halloween. But trick or treat?  This ought to be fun! Let’s start with trick. Our first thought probably goes to the old adage, “It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature.” But, here are a
September 22, 2023
Changes Can be Tough
By WBU Inc | Birds
September is a month of transitions. Family vacations have come and gone, baseball begins to give way to football, and school (and all its activities) becomes the focus for many of us. Outside, the heat of summer is replaced by the cool breezes of autumn and flowers are transitioning into seeds and berries. And our
August 16, 2023
Critter Solutions
By WBU Inc | Hobby
Can you really blame critters for taking advantage of the free buffet at your backyard feeders? Finding food is a full time job for them and when they find your unprotected bird feeders, they must believe they have hit the proverbial jackpot! But sooner or later, be they determined furry critters or hordes of “nuisance”