Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS)

Established in 1968 – A Chapter of the National Audubon Society since 1970

2021 Bird Seed Sale (is back on!)

Pre-orders accepted now through October 31, 2021, 5pm.

We have the ‘all-clear’ to resume feeding birds! Please remember to keep feeders clean by washing with a dilute bleach solution.

The DOAS Bird Seed Sale Fundraiser is your opportunity to buy quality bird seed and help support DOAS programs at the same time! Proceeds from this sale support speaker fees for meetings, field trips, programs and special events throughout the year, as well as youth summer programs and the Franklin Mountain Hawkwatch.  We encourage you to stock up for the winter months ahead and thank you in advance for your support!

Orders are now in progress for our November 13 Delivery Date. 
Thank you and See you then!

ORDER DEADLINE: SUNDAY, OCT. 31, 5pm
• PRODUCT PICK UP: SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 9am-11am
• PICK UP LOCATION:
VP Supply Corp, 69 Country Club Road, Oneonta, NY.

If you prefer to Print and Mail the order form, you can download one here! (DOAS Members will also receive a printed form in the mail.)

If you would like to help us promote this fundraiser, you can download and print a flyer to hang up in your community!

Order Details

Please select item and quantities from the options below (your order total will be calculated automatically at the bottom).

LOCALLY GROWN BLACK OIL SUNFLOWER SEED

We have been unable to find a source for local sunflower seed to offer for this fall, but will hope to have this product available again in 2022.

ASPEN SONG BIRD SEED PRODUCTS

Featuring products from Aspen Song - All Natural Wild Bird Food. Aspen Song mixes are designed to provide the best possible nutrition with the broadest possible appeal to your backyard visitors.
This is a premium option for well-cleaned sunflower seed. Works great in tray or platform feeders; best single ingredient choice for attracting the most colorful songbirds.
A corn-free mix that includes Black Oil Sunflower, White Proso Millet, Black Stripe Sunflower, Peanuts, Sunflower Kernels, Safflower, Tree Nuts and Shelled Pumpkin Seeds.
Includes Black Oil Sunflower, White Proso Millet, Cracked Corn, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Safflower, Canola, Small Yellow Millet, Canary Seed, Nyjer Seed and Dehydrated Cherries.
Over 30% Sunflowers & Peanuts and includes White Proso Millet, Black Oil Sunflower, Cracked Corn, Peanuts, Safflower and Black Stripe Sunflower.
A mix of Black Oil Sunflower, Cracked Corn, White Proso Millet, Pistachios, Safflower, and Steam-crimped Corn.
This is a low-cost mix containing Red Milo, Cracked Corn, White Proso Millet and Black Oil Sunflower that is best for ground feeding birds (juncos, doves, sparrows).
A shell-less mix for those who don’t want shells, waste, germination or mess. It contains Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Sunflower Kernels, Hulled White Millet, and Shelled Pumpkin Seeds.
Shell-less mix designed for woodpeckers and wire mesh tube feeders, this mix includes Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Sunflower Kernels, Steam-crimped Corn, Shelled Pumpkin Seeds, Raisins, Dehydrated Cherries, Dried Cranberries and Dried Blueberries.
To primarily attract finches, siskin & redpoll, this is used in feeders with tiny seed ports.
The 4 lb. option is custom bagged by DOAS for those who prefer smaller quantities.
Made from rendered beef kidney fat with peanut butter, sunflower seed, white millet, cracked corn, peanuts & cashews. Refined to maintain a high melting point for year-round feeding.
Made from rendered beef kidney fat with peanut butter, sunflower seed, white millet, cracked corn, peanuts & cashews. Refined to maintain a high melting point for year-round feeding.

BIRD FRIENDLY COFFEE

Featuring products from Birds and Beans - Triple Certified - Shade grown Smithsonian certified ‘Bird Friendly®’ coffee, which is also USDA Organic and Fair-Trade certified.
Shade grown Smithsonian certified ‘Bird Friendly®’ coffee, which is also USDA Organic and Fair-Trade certified. This blend has a mild, bright, flavor, with mango citrus notes, a light body and fragrant aroma - a delightful coffee for a pleasant start to your day.
Shade grown Smithsonian certified ‘Bird Friendly®’ coffee, which is also USDA Organic and Fair-Trade certified. From farmers Asociación Civil Guaya'b in the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala, smooth and full-bodied with heavy notes of cocoa and walnuts. The acidity is mellow and flavor reminiscent of red apples.
Shade grown Smithsonian certified ‘Bird Friendly®’ coffee, which is also USDA Organic and Fair-Trade certified. From farmers co-op UCA San Juan del Río Coco in the Northern Nicaraguan Highlands, shows black cherry, raisin, cranberry, brown sugar and roasted chestnut in the cup.
Shade grown Smithsonian certified ‘Bird Friendly®’ coffee, which is also USDA Organic and Fair-Trade certified. From farmers co-op La Florida, high in the Andes in Peru, this is a smooth and creamy blend with savory sweetness of chocolate, caramel and almond.
Shade grown Smithsonian certified ‘Bird Friendly®’ coffee, which is also USDA Organic and Fair-Trade certified. This roast is a wonderful blend of coffees - balanced, sweet, somewhat bright with good body, has dominant Mandarin orange on the aroma, with nutty sweet toffee, clean and smooth in the cup.
Shade grown Smithsonian certified ‘Bird Friendly®’ coffee, which is also USDA Organic and Fair-Trade certified. A delicious, high quality decaf blend produced with water process caffeine extraction.

DOAS PRODUCTS

These premium mugs hold a nice size cup of coffee! Black outside with Green inside. Bring your mug to events like Earth Festival and have a coffee on us. Hand washing recommended to preserve imprint. Not recommended for microwave use.
Bag dimensions are 12" front x 5" side x 13" height. There is an insert included for base stabilization.
Your membership contribution helps to support our mission to protect our natural environment and connect people with nature to benefit birds and other wildlife through conservation, education, research and advocacy. If your membership is current, we will extend for the selected timeframe. National Audubon membership is separate from local Chapter membership. Please support your local chapter.
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Don't Forget!

PRODUCT PICK UP - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 9AM-11AM
at VP Supply Corp, 69 Country Club Road, Oneonta, NY.

NOTE: Please ensure that you pick up your order on the pickup day, Saturday, November 13, 9am-11am at VP Supply Corp, Oneonta. Our storage space is limited, but in an emergency, we will try to hold your order. Call Andy Mason at 607-267-8491 with any problems and/or questions on the day of pickup.

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 to benefit birds and other wildlife through conservation, education, research and advocacy.
 

Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society
P.O. Box 544
Oneonta, NY 13820
(607) 397-3815
info@doas.us

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