Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina

Mark & Danielle Motley

Mark & Danielle Motley

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

Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina

624 Coleman Boulevard,
Moultrie Plaza
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

Phone: (843) 216-8800
Fax: (843) 216-8800
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Store Hours:
Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Mark & Danielle are the owners of the Wild Birds Unlimited in Mt. Pleasant. If you need anything please do not hesitate to contact us. We are very passionate about our store and our hobby!

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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.

 

Hummingbirds are Back!

Hummingbirds

Fun Facts About Hummingbirds

  • There are 18 hummingbird species in North America. Hummingbirds are found no where else in the world except the New World (North, Central, and South America.)
  • There are over 325 species of hummingbirds, making them the second largest bird family in the world, second only to flycatchers.
  • Hummingbirds weigh 1/10th of an ounce; about the weight of a penny.
  • Hummingbirds’ brains are about the size of a BB.
  • Hummingbirds’ hearts are larger proportionally to their body than any other bird or mammal.
  • Hummingbirds have such underdeveloped legs that they are unable to walk well.
  • A mother hummingbird weighs only about eight times more than her egg.
  • Hummingbirds lay the world’s smallest bird egg.
  • Hummingbirds generally lay two eggs, each about the size of a blueberry.
  • Hummingbirds learn to associate flower colors, like red, with food. They do not have an innate preference for red.
  • They drink nectar from plants and sugar water from feeders.
  • Hummingbirds lap up nectar with their long tongues. There is a groove on either side of the tongue that creates a capillary action to help draw the nectar up the tongue and into the mouth during the lapping action.
  • While lapping up nectar, Hummingbirds can move their tongues in and out of their bill at a rate of up to 12 times a second.

 

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