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    Funny Fruit Bird Feeder

    Part of the pleasure of feeding wild birds is the added esthetic it brings to your environment. Simply put, folks like to look at artistic, fun, fancy and whimsical things. Bird feeders are no exception, with every make and model imaginable!

    This fruit bird feeder is really a hoot, the Angel Cat he’s called. But more than fun, he’s a totally functional feeder for year round use. Maybe your resident birds don’t eat fruit in winter, but sure as day…they’ll eat suet when temperatures are freezing. And that’s the beauty of this fruit bird feeder-it can be used for suet balls in winter time. Change up fruit offerings and see who comes around. Orioles are a sure bet for orange halves, while apples and melon may attract woodpeckers.

    With a total of six perches, (3 in front-3 in back) there’s plenty of room for birds to stop and feed. And with the large rustic, movable wings and tail, birds may perch here as well, to rest a bit or wait their turn for some chow.

    Hand crafted of fast growth, renewable wood, the Angel Cat makes a great gift for any birding enthusiast, cat person, or nature lover on your gift list!

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    Some Very Wild Bird Feeders!

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    Bird Feeders Needn’t be Boring!

    What better way to liven up dreary, winter landscapes in your your yard than with vibrant and fun wild bird feedersyou will bring your yard to life by attracting birds.

    Backyard birding brings simple joys in actually noticing the nature that surrounds you everyday. In freezing winter months when other food sources are scarce, wild birds will flock to bird feeders in search of nutrition. Their antics and songs bring pleasure to even the most novice birder!

    It’s simple to create wildlife-friendly habitat by offering food, water and shelter. With the use of bird feeders, bird houses and bird baths together, you can create a sanctuary and oasis that feathered friends will flock to and hang out!

    Wild bird feeders are available in so many fun designs featuring vibrant colors and unique styles. The trick is to find one that is functional, with proper drainage, and easy maintenance. Feeders also make wonderful and long lasting gifts for any nature lover, and for any occasion too!

    Please feed the birds!

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    Attract More Finches to Your Thistle Feeder

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    Encourage finches and other small songbirds to take up residence in your yard!

    If you feed nyjer, or thistle seed, you’re most likely attracting gold finches, house and purple finches, red polls, pine siskins and possibly buntings (depending on the area)

    It’s best to keep your thistle feeder out year round to enjoy the vibrant colors of birds in warmer months. Finches and others will also benefit greatly from a dependable food source during frigid winter months.thustle feeder

    Another way to entice finches and keep them around your yard is with nesting material. Cotton nesting balls are a wonderful way to encourage songbirds to nest in your yard, provided there is adequate shelter like mature trees, or brush and thickets.

    Add a water source to this equation, and you’ve created a wildlife habitat! Food, water and shelter are all it takes to attract songbirds and help them to thrive and flourish.  So get ready for the next nesting season with your thistle feeder, by adding water and shelter for finches and other songbirds.

    You’ll be amazed at what a few effective wild bird accessories can do!