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Taricha torosa (common name California Newt)

"Special Discounts" at East Bay Nature:

You can take advantage of these special savings offers at East Bay Nature -- each and every day.

  • Frequent Buyer Customer Loyalty Program - every 10th bag 20lb or 25 lb bag of seed same of the same type of seed is free. Our computer automatically tracks your seed purchases.

  • Suet Cakes - purchase any five suet cakes and the sixth one (lowest price) is free.

  • $2.00 discount - purchase two 20lb bags of the same seed (on the same purchase) and receive a $2.00 discount.

  • Quail Bucks - our store donates one percent (1%) of each purchase to the non-profit of your choice; or, if you choose you can accumulate that 1% and spend it in the store on future purchases.

Lindsay Wildlife Museum Volunteers - Lindsay Wildlife Museum Volunteers receive 10% off on all purchases (except optics).

Senior Citizen Day - Every Tuesday is Senior Citizens Day at East Bay Nature. On this day, our seniors (55 or older) receive 10% off on all purchases (except optics).

Look for our GRAPEVINE COUPON in your mailbox.

Check your receipt to show Frequent Buyer Program progress, Quail Bucks accumulation (if you have elected to spend your Quail Bucks in the store) and store credits.

Another Conversation...


A few years back I had an interesting discussion with a Western Scrub-Jay. We talked about how smart and intelligent the corvid family was. Well, the jay did mostly. I just listened. The corvid family, which includes jays, both Scrub and Stellerís, crows, ravens and magpies, are known for their smarts. Too smart for their own good sometimes, but you have to admire them for their cleverness.

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East Bay Times Article


Attracting birds and bees to our yards and gardens is simple, if we provide what they like and need.

Joanie Cornell, owner of East Bay Nature in Walnut Creek and Dublin, says there are five essential elements for success ó water, food, cover, nesting and safety.

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