Omaha, Nebraska

Marge Knudsen

We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.

Omaha, Nebraska

Rockbrook Village Shopping Center,
10923 Elm Street
Omaha, NE 68144

Phone: (402) 399-9976
Fax: (402) 399-3985
Email: Send Message

Store Hours:
Mon - Fri: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Sat: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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We can show you how to turn your yard into a birdfeeding habitat that brings song, color and life to your home.

Save on a Gift for Mom...
or a Gift for You

      Maybe you’ve had your eye on a particular item in the store, or maybe you need the perfect nature gift for Mother’s Day (May 11).  Bring in the coupon below to receive 20% off a bird feeder, bird bath or unique nature gift throughout the store.*

     It’s the perfect opportunity to save on the perfect nature gifts  this season.


20% Off One Regularly-Priced, Non-Bird Food Item, Now thru 5/31*

*Valid only at the Rockbrook Village store. One discount per purchase. Not valid on previous purchases, gift cards, optics, Brome Bird Care branded feeders or sale items. Can not be used in combination with other discounts or offers.

Offer expires 5/31/15.






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A Dream of a Weaver

     Many of us dream of having an oriole take up residence in our yard or neighborhood. To behold a brilliant-colored male, serenading us with its uplifting whistle, is truly a cause for celebration!

     Out of nine possible U.S. species, the Bullock’s and Baltimore are the most common. These orioles construct one of the most amazing and complicated nests of any North American bird.  Looking like a small gourd-shaped pouch hanging from the tip of a thin branch, these nests are skillfully woven out of hundreds of single fibers … one at a time.

     The female oriole is the primary engineer and fabricator, but males occasionally plays the role of foreman, supplying materials and conducting inspections while the nest is under construction.

While nests are typically woven out of plant fibers such as strips of milkweed stem, man-made items, such as string and yarn, are readily used in their place. Horses also provide nesting materials in the form of hair from their tail and mane. In fact, many oriole nests collected in the early 20th century, when horses were a major means of transportation, were exclusively made of horsehair.

     If your dream is to have one of these brilliant and artistic birds as a resident in your yard, our Certified Bird Feeding Specialists can show you the oriole nectar, mealworm and fruit feeders that might just make your dream become reality.







We will be  OPEN

Memorial Day 



Memorial Day Special

50% OFF

Live Plants

(May 25, 2015 only)


     It's not too early to shop for Father's Day




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