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Bird Watcher’s Supply & Gift

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Shop Local Newburyport at Bird Watcher's Supply & Gift

With over 40 years of bird watching and backyard feeding experience, the team at Bird Watcher’s Supply & Gift in Newburyport, Massachusetts provides their customers with the best products to enhance each bird watching experience.

From an extensive line of binoculars and bird-finding guides, to high-quality bird feeders and bird seed, Bird Watcher’s Supply & Gift is your one source for all birding supplies and bird gifts.

Plus, Bird Watcher’s Birding Information Center connects birding enthusiasts to area bird reports, including recent bird sightings regularly posted on the Massbird.Org, as well as area bird related activities.

Are you a birding enthusiast looking for some fun Things to Do in the Greater Newburyport area? Stop by Bird Watcher’s to pick up bird seed and other supplies before you pay a visit to the Parker River Wildlife Refuge and the Joppa Flats Education Center!

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Bird Watcher's Supply & Gift

192 State Street Rt # 1 Traffic Circle
Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 462-0775

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