Wooden feeder offers a fun and entertaining way to observe birds up close and connect with nature. They also supplement the natural food sources available for birds in your yard or garden
1. What is the best wood for bird feeders?
Cedar and pine wood is the best type of wood to use for a bird feeder. They are durable, naturally beautiful. Cedar and pine thrive in damp climates, enabling it to withstand many conditions such as temperature and wet – that make them suitable for making outdoor furniture.
2. Which bird feeder attracts most birds? Hopper feeders are attractive to most feeder birds, including finches, jays, cardinals, buntings, grosbeaks, sparrows, chickadees, and titmice; they’re also squirrel magnets.
3. How long does it take for birds to find feeder? If you have not yet been feeding birds in your backyard, it may take from one day to several months before the birds in your area discover your new feeder.
4. Where should I put a bird feeder in my garden? It can be placed on top of a post, hung from a branch or a bracket or even from the washing line. Some birds, however, such as blackbirds, other thrushes and chaffinches, prefer to feed on the ground, so consider providing more than one type of feeding station.
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