Great Ways to Attract Birds to your Backyard

29 Mar

All this month we’re celebrating birds! If it’s bird decor you’re looking for, we have plenty of it, from ourPhil Galatas Goshawk Sculpture to our Lovebirds Stained Glass Window. But why stop at that when you can attract real, beautiful birds to your backyard? Birds are great because they’re happy to make a deal with us: you keep feeding us this delicious food, and we’ll keep gracing your yard with dynamic, living, natural art!

Suet is economical and easy to manage because, unlike regular birdseed, it comes pressed into a cake. According to Doctors Foster and Smith, suet is ideal for both winter and summer months and, since it’s made of pure animal fat, will provide your birds with much-needed calories and proteins essential for survival as well as day-to-day bird activities. Woodpeckers, Goldfinches, Juncos, Cardinals, Thrushes, Jays, Kinglets, Bluebirds, Wrens and Starlings all love suet. We have a feeder specifically designed for this low-fuss/high-reward food, available in Oak Leaf and Pinecone patterns.

If you’re looking for regular seed feeders, we have you covered. For a nice, traditional feel, look no further than our tube feeders, available in  Oak Leaf and Pinecone. If you’re interested in adding a bit of extra charm to your yard, though, consider one of our shaped feeders from the folks at Good Directions. Cast in metal, these beautiful feeders come in a range of shapes from minimalist Enchanted Bird to abstract Fly-Through to adorable Snail, meaning something is bound to meet your personal taste.

Just because summer is approaching doesn’t mean you can’t continue to enjoy watching your local birds thrive in your own backyard. Come check out a feeder today!

1 Comment

Posted by on March 29, 2015 in Uncategorized


One response to “Great Ways to Attract Birds to your Backyard

  1. Stamping School Linda

    March 29, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    I would love to see images in your newsletters! I think pictures sell and would love to see the photos with links rather than bouncing back and forth to see each item.


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