Middletown, New Jersey

David Saidnawey

David Saidnawey

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

Middletown, New Jersey

844 Route 35
Middletown, NJ 07748

Phone: (732) 671-3155
Fax: (732) 671-3177
Email: Send Message

Store Hours:
Mon - Wed: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thurs - Fri: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm


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June Nature Happenings

• June is Perennial Garden Month & National Rivers Month
• Young groundhogs and raccoons emerge and venture out with their mothers.
• Crickets begin their nightly serenade.
• Bird migration is finished. Birds that are here now are summer residents that nest.
• As the month progresses, feeders can become busy with visiting parents and fledglings.
• House Wrens are nesting.
• Flycatchers are back.
• Wood Duck and Mallard ducklings hatch and venture forth early in the month.
• Canada Geese begin molting.
• Coreopsis and Butterfly Weed start blooming; they're great butterfly attractors.
• Trumpet Vine starts blooming; it's a great hummingbird attractor.

For the Monmouth County, New Jersey region:

  • Bird migration is finished.  Birds that are here now are summer residents that nest locally.  House Wrens and Carolina Chickadees may be in your bird houses.  Catbirds, Cardinals, House Finches, Robins, Mourning Doves, Blue Jays and others could be nesting in the trees and shrubs in your yard.
  • Don't become discouraged if no birds have moved into your bird houses yet.  House Wrens go through 2 - 3 breeding cycles each season.  They could still move into your bird house as they continue to look for new nest locations. 
  • All of nature is alive in June.  Not just birds, but frogs, turtles, small mammals, snakes, buterflies and other insects will all be active.
  • Horseshoe Crabs spawn on Delaware bayshore beaches in late May to early June.
  • Over 100 species of birds nest in Monmouth County.  Try taking a walk in one of our parks - you'll be surprised by what you see (and hear)!