Birdseed Storage Labels To Print

Safflower Seed Birdseed Storage Label

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!)

Hope these are helpful.


Want help deciding what seed to feed specific birds? Check my post on Seed Choice: What do Backyard Birds Eat?. You might also check out Feeder Watch’s Interactive Food and Feeder Preferences of Common Backyard Birds. For tips on purchasing seed, see my post on How to Buy Birdseed?

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More Expensive Birdseed

Birdseed More Expensive This Winter?

Birdseed has gotten more expensive. According to the National Audubon society, the drought that hit the US West and Great Plains last year reportedly heavily impacted seed crops causing birdseed prices to rise. So what can we bird watchers do? Here are a few strategies to cope with rising birdseed prices.

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

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Storing Birdseed: Three Easy Ways

Birdseed Stored in Plastic Bins

How should you store birdseed for backyard birds? You want to keep it clean and dry but also secure so other wildlife doesn’t get into the seed. And you want it to be convenient and easy to access. Here is how I store my birdseed.

Note: Because I recently changed how I store my birdseed, I updated my original post to add a third way to store seed. This replaces the previous post.

Estimated reading time: 13 minutes

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