Cedar Bird Feeders
When we have an affection for birds, there are many things we can do to be kind to them and provide for their needs. We can provide them with a bird house, set up a bird bath and enjoy their antics. Providing them with food is another option, and for this option there are many, many choices.
The variety of bird feeders that are available not only give us a multitude of choices, but it also enables us to be selective in providing specific kinds of food for specific kinds of birds. However, Cedar Bird Feeders are a way to provide for a multitude of birds and also bring a level of beauty to your garden.
In particular, the Cedar Bird Feeders from Woodlink, will give you a the beautiful look of wood, coupled with great practical functionality. These feeders can be used anywhere it’s necessary to feed large numbers of birds. They’re also good for bird feeding sanctuaries.
Having such a large sized feeder in your garden is an invitation for multitudes of birds to dine. This Cedar Bird feeders is in the classic Hopper feeder style and has plenty of perching space on both sides of the feeder.
The clear plastic reservoir panels keep the seed level visible at all times and an internal copper seed baffle ensures that all of the seed empties to the platform without leaving a dirty residue. The feeding platform consists of a green metal screen that prevents seed spoilage and waste.
With a four and a third quarts capacity, you will keep your birds from going hungry and prevent you from having to make frequent trips outside to fill the feeder. The roof is hinged to make cleaning and filling quick and convenient. The feeder is made of durable, kiln dried inland red cedar that will complement your birding sanctuary for years to come.
Many bird species like to use this type of feeder. Including Wrens, Towhees, Sparrows, Jays, Grosbeaks, Blackbirds, Cardinals, Doves, Flickers, Redpolls, Woodpeckers, Titmice, Kinglets, Bluebirds, Goldfinches, Starlings, Finches, Chickadees, Nuthatches, Grackles, Siskins, Mockingbirds and Juncos.
These huge Cedar bird feeders are made in America. They are hardy and durable. Their appearance will complement your yard, garden or bird sanctuary. Due to the size of this feeder it may be best to pole mount it.
The best types of seeds to use in such a feeder are sunflower seeds, mixed seeds, cracked corn, sunflower kernels, safflower seeds and peanut chunks. The use of these varied bird seeds will attract many different bird types to your feeder.
With the purchase of any Cedar Bird Feeder, you can be assured of attracting large numbers of birds and having many years of enjoyment as you watch the birds, also enjoying themselves as they eat from the bird feeders.
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