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Peanuts: Attract nuthatches, pine warblers, brown creepers, wrens, jays, chickadees, woodpeckers, northern mockingbirds, and kinglets.
Nyjer seeds: Attract American goldfinches, Lesser goldfinches, house finches, and common redpolls.
Cracked corn: Attracts doves, jays, crows, sparrows, junco, pheasants, and quail.
Sunflower seeds: Attract cardinals, nuthatches, various finches, grackles, jays, grosbeaks, titmice, and red-bellied woodpeckers.
Safflower seeds: Attract sparrows, cardinals, grosbeaks, and doves.
Brightly colored feeders attract many birds, as the color mimics the hues of various food sources (such as fruits and berries).
Some birds, however, are more attracted to dull feeders, as they provide better camouflage.
Regularly clean and sterilize your bird feeders. Not only can bacteria build up from old food, but birds can pass diseases to one another.
A clean feeder helps prevent this.
Exquisite welding process makes the wild bird feeder stronger
The“S”hook allows you to hang the wild bird feeder easily
Large feed port facilitates food placement
If you love watching birds in your yard and want to encourage even more winged visitors, the best thing you can do is to place a bird feeder within their reach.
A high-quality, well-stocked bird feeder can attract all kinds of birds, from finches to doves to cardinals.
Birds not only eat the food you put out for them, they also eat the insects, slugs, and snails from your yard. This is a good news for gardeners who struggling with pests.
A bird feeder provides much-needed sustenance for birds. When food is scarce, it means the difference between life and death for them.
Mesh wild bird feeders generally sustain very little waste buildup. They require occasional cleaning only.