• Bird Feeders,  Fly Thru Bird Feeders,  Glass Bird Feeder,  Uncategorized

    cool glass bird feeder resembles the old mod pod

    Here’s a new twist on an old favorite, the Mod Pod bird feeder produced a few years ago by Birdbrain. The bright colors and groovy designs really caught folks’ attention (and birds too), so it was a real bummer when they discontinued the line of feeders. Enter this oval glass bird feeder that’s actually frost resistant ceramic. The improved design is an added bonus because it accommodates a variety of treats for your beaked buddies! Sort of  like a Fly-Thru feeder, you can offer birdseed mixes, peanuts, fruit, suet, and crumbles & nuggets in this fun glass bird feeder. Change up the menu according to seasons – and who you’d…

  • Bird Accessories,  Bird Feeders,  Fly Thru Bird Feeders,  Platform Feeders,  Uncategorized,  Wild Bird Feeders

    Wild Bird Feeders for All Feathered Friends

    From Fly-Thrus, to Platforms, you can entice more species of birds by offering a variety of treats. These styles of feeders allow you to change up foods according to season, offering migratory birds in summer a completely different menu from local winter residents. Anything from fruit and suet, to peanuts and mealworms, are easily fed in this style feeder. All birdfeeders are not created equal: Some desirable birds will not visit certain types of wild bird feeders, like tube style feeders. Great for some clinging birds, they’re just not suited for all birds. But most are easily drawn to platform and fly-thru feeders. Cardinals are a good example of this,…

  • Bird Accessories,  Bird Feeders,  Finch Feeders,  Fly Thru Bird Feeders,  Thistle Feeders,  Uncategorized,  Wild Bird Feeders

    Finch Bird Feeders feed More than Just Finches

    Thistle seed, also known as nyjer, is a great way to attract more species of wild birds to your yard. Best know for feeding finches, other species enjoy this versatile seed as well.  Shown above, Indigo Buntings are perched at this feeder. Guess they don’t mind that it’s really meant for finches? Juncos and Towhees can also be seen at finch bird feeders, as well as Pine Siskins. By adding finely chopped sunflower hearts or meats, you’ll attract these species easily if they are native to your geographic area. The other great thing with finch bird feeders, is that thistle seed will not germinate. No messy weeds to sprout below…

  • Bird Accessories,  Bird Feeders,  Fly Thru Bird Feeders,  Hopper Bird Feeder,  Recycled Bird Feeders,  Uncategorized,  Wild Bird Feeders

    Have You Tried Recycled Wild Bird Feeders?

    They’re guaranteed to never crack, split, or fade! If you could purchase something that came with a manufacturer’s guarantee, wouldn’t you trust it?  Recycled wild bird feeders are probably one of the greatest advancements in backyard birding products.  Made from milk jugs and other recycled plastics, they greatly reduce landfill waste, and are some of the most durable feeders on the market!  The Log Bird Feeder above uses 10 milk jugs for it’s production, while the Fly-Thru Feeder uses about 32 milk jugs each! Most recycled feeders are guaranteed to never crack, split or fade.  Attractive as well, they’re available in every style from hoppers, to platforms and fly-thrus, and…

  • Fly Thru Bird Feeders

    Fly Thru Bird Feeders Do Double Duty

    Fly Thru Bird Feeders are wonderful as they can accommodate such a wide variety of birds and foods. Anything from mixed birdseeds to suet, and dried fruit to meal worms can be fed in a fly thru feeder.  Their practicality makes them an obvious choice if you are limited on the number of bird feeders you can have. These innovative, hand crafted fly thu bird feeders can also be used as birdbaths.  They are are made of solid copper and the trays are watertight.  The unique design of the curved handles slides right into the roof.  Birds and food are protected from the elements.  These architectural, simplistic designs add beauty…

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