Soldan’s Pet Supplies has been your wild bird & wild life feeding headquarters since 1955. Nothing beats pulling up a lawn chair and watching the local wildlife in your own backyard. Soldan’s is well stocked in everything that you need to feed your local critters.
Need a big bag but don’t want to deal with the hassle? We’ve got you covered. If it isn’t already available in a smaller bag, we will bag it down to any size you need and we will even load it into your car.
Please Feed Wildlife Responsibly. Please remember that feeding wild animals does come with it’s own set of rules and regulations. We encourage you to become familiar with your local feeding regulations. For general wildlife questions, please e-mail DNR-Wildlife@michigan.gov or call 517-284-9453 (517-284-WILD).
Soldan’s is a proud carrier of Nature’s Window Feed, bringing the wonder of nature right to your window. All Nature’s Window mixes come with a frequent buyer’s program.
Black Oil Sunflower Seed – Oilers attract a wide variety of birds to your feeders. With thin shells, almost all seed eating birds can crack them open. The sunflower’s high oil content gives birds the energy that they need to live all year around.
Striped Sunflower Seed – Often used by those who want to deter certain species from visiting their feeders. Striped ‘sunflower have a harder shell that is more difficult for some birds to crack.
Sunflower Hearts – Many birders living in apartments or condos feed sunflower hearts to avoid the mess from sunflower shells.
Attracts: Finches, Chickadees, Cardinals, Nuthatches, Grosbeaks, Orioles, and Robins.
Nyjer &Thistle Seed
Tiny black seeds that are rich in oil that act as a great source of energy for small birds.
Attracts: Finches, Morning Doves, Pine Siskins and Common Redpolls
A great source of protein & fiber. Be sure to offer other seeds since corn is a favorite to many species that should have a wider variety of seeds, greens, and bugs.
We carry: Ear Corn, Whole Corn, Shelled Corn, and Cracked Corn
Attracts: Wide variety of wild birds and wildlife.
High in protein and fat & loved by birds of all kinds. Squirrels eating all of your bird seed? Try mixing safflower with your sunflower seed. Squirrels, blackbirds & grackles usually do not prefer Safflower’s bitter taste.
Attracts: Blue jays, Woodpeckers, Grosbeaks, Finches, Doves, Chickadees, Cardinals, Nuthatches and more.
High in protein and full of monounsaturated fat and nutrients such as Niacin, Vitamin E, Manganese and Folate.
We carry: Peanuts in the shell, raw, hearts and splits for birds and other wildlife.
Attracts: Jays, Crows, Chickadees, Titmice, Woodpeckers, and variety of other wildlife.
Nature’s Window Wild Bird Seed Blends
red and white millet, black sunflower seeds, safflower, peanut pieces, oat groats, and grit
red and white millet, milo, maize, black sunflower seeds, wheat, and grit
medium cracked corn, milo, maize, wheat, white millet, and black sunflower seeds
fine cracked sunflower hearts, medium cracked corn, peanut hearts, oat groats, red millet, and white millet
Extreme Zero Waste:
Nutrasaff (high energy safflower), peanut pieces, sunflower hearts, hull-less millet, medium cracked corn, and berry suet nuggets
Nuts & Fruity No Mess:
sunflower hearts, peanut pieces, mixed nuts, berry suet nuggets, and assorted dried fruit pieces
Big Chunky No Mess:
sunflower hearts, safflower, peanut pieces, red millet, white millet, and medium cracked corn
white millet, milo maize, medium & fine cracked corn, black sunflower seeds, oat groats, peanut pieces, and wheat
milo maize, white millet, black sunflower seeds, peanut pieces, wheat, and oat groats
striped & black sunflower seeds, safflower and medium cracked corn
thistle (nyjer) seed, red & white millet, fine cracked sunflower hearts, canary seed, flax seed, and grit
Plus Suet Nuggets:
white millet, black & striped sunflower seeds, berry suet nuggets, oat groates, safflower, peanut pieces, and grit
mixed nuts, peanut pieces, black sunflower seeds, medium cracked corn, and grit
striped & black sunflower seeds, safflower, and medium cracked corn
grains, sunflower seeds, peanut splits, and mineral oil