To choose a bird feeder, go by the feeder type preferred by birds you want to attract. Here are the birds that use each type of feeder in my Maryland Yard.Continue reading Which Feeders Attract Which Birds?
Want to keep your suet feeder from being dominated by European Starlings and Common Grackles? One way is to put the suet beyond their reach in Erva’s Starling-Proof Suet Feeder. While I’m a fan of upside-down suet feeders and have used them for years, Erva’s method of putting the suet deep in a cage has promise. This feeder allows smaller birds access to the suet while caging larger birds out.Continue reading Erva Starling-Proof Suet Feeder Review
When buying a bird feeder, be sure to consider how you will hang it. While they are typically built with a hook or loop on the top for hanging, you may find that to hang a bird feeder, you actually need an extra hook.Continue reading How to Hang a Bird Feeder with a Hook