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California Fungi Dacrymyces chrysospermus (common name Witch's Butter)

East Bay Nature offers these services to our loyal customers:

  • Fresh, bulk Seeds and Seed Mixes are delivered to our store on a weekly basis.

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

  • Free Suet - when you purchase suet the lowest priced item of the six blocks of suet that you present for purchase is free.

  • 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.

  • Special Discounts - take advantage of special discounts on your purchases.

  • Bird Walks

  • Gift Cards

  • Senior Citizen Tuesday - Every Tuesday is Senior Citizen Day. Those who identify themselves as Seniors (55 or older) at the register receive 10% off all items in the store (except for sale items and optics).

  • Seed Delivery - please call the store to make arrangements. There is a $50.00 minimum on deliveries.

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.

Conversation with a Hawk


One thing we hate to see when we look out the window into the backyard is a brownish streak that zips through and snatches a songbird. The culprit is usually a Cooper’s Hawk or a Sharp-shinned Hawk. And, to make things worse, to watch it eat the bird in front of you. I happened to be out in the yard filling bird baths when this exact thing took place, literally a few feet from me. Luckily, the hawk missed its victim and landed on the bird bath.

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