What birds can you expect in a caged bird feeder and what unexpected birds might also use the feeder? You probably purchased the feeder to attract smaller birds that fit through the cage’s wire grid while blocking aggressive larger birds. But you might be surprised at some of the visitors.
Would you like to print labels for your birdseed storage bins or cans? After reading my post on Storing Birdseed, Three Ways and seeing the seed labels I use, Laura asked if I could share my birdseed storage labels. So I’ve posted the jpg files here.
You are welcome to print them out for your own personal use to label your birdseed storage bins or cans. (Please do not use post them elsewhere online or for any other purpose. Thanks!)
Filling Feeders: Should you keep your bird feeder full at all times? Or should you only add seed when it is completely empty? I’ve been experimenting a bit with this and my conclusion is that how full you should keep your feeder depends on feeder type and sometimes weather. You can also somewhat control the feeder area’s bird density by adjusting seed availability among several feeders.