Sleek and Sassy
Made Right Here in Oregon
An Advanced formula Complete Pellet Diet bursting with multiple sources of protein, vitamins, minerals and all the essential amino acids. We then add an assortment of fresh, clean, naturally nutritious enzyme rich Whole Grains, Oil Seeds, Carrots, Legumes, Papaya, Pineapple, Green Bell Pepper, Red Chili Peppers, Sweet Potato and Sweet Garden Peas!
Mix Wild Bird Food
Nature’s Café has been devoted to offering fresh, top quality wild bird seed blends.
blends and mixes
Black Oil Sunflower Seed
is the most popular type of birdseed, for good reason. This type of seed in your bird feeders, you will attract dozens of bird species to your backyard. Black oil seeds are meatier and have a higher oil content, giving birds more nutrition and calories in every bite and have thinner shells, making them easier to crack.
Wild Bird Platform Feeder
Fill the generous hopper with black oil sunflower seed, shelled peanuts or whole sunflower hearts and watch clinging birds savor the seed they love in a Platform feeding tray.
Sunflower Seed Feeders
Attract a variety of clinging and perching birds to your backyard with the Sunflower Screen Feeder. Feeder is easy to fill and can hold up to 6-7-Pound of Black Oil Sunflower, Hulled Sunflower, or Sunflower Mixes.
KAYTEE Honey Seed Treats
are made from the finest ingredients and are held together with a binder that includes real honey. Recommended for wild birds.
White Millet, Sunflower, Red Millet, Milo, Gelatin, Honey, Dextrose
We carry a variety of small and medium bird cages with 5/8” to 3/4" bar spacing just right for you Parakeet.
If you have a small Parakeet, such as a Budgie or Linolated Parakeet check out our Small Parakeet Bird Cages category for appropriately-sized small bird cages.
We carry Parakeets too!
Did you know that a parakeet is a parrot? Their correct name is Budgerigar but we also call them a budgie for short. These guys are very smart. The males can be very good talkers and can say long sentences and phrases. The parakeet family is huge with many kinds of parakeets from small to large.
Parakeets are social creatures just like us and will desire to spend time in the same room with you (and family) during the day and evening. It’s important to provide a Parakeet with lot of natural light, as well as give them plenty of opportunities for exercise, which they can get by jumping and hanging, or flying indoors (or a sheltered aviary). Birds eat a variety of foods including seeds, pellets, grains, beans, fruits, and vegetables. Parakeet will eat periodically throughout the day and will create a mess around their eating areas. Most birds will also want to vocalize their presence so be prepared for chirping, squawking, and in some cases talking. It’s all to get engaged socially. Very important! Parakeets are sensitive to air pollution, and will need fresh air.