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- Attract Songbirds to Your Backyard - Want to turn your backyard into a haven for the neighborhood’s songbirds? Check out this comprehensive guide to learn all about providing songbird essentials and protecting them from dangers.
- Winter Bird Feeding - If your yard is host to lots of birds all year long, it’s essential to know the best practices for bird feeding in every season. During winter, birds require different foods to make up for the natural resources they lose. Learn some helpful winter bird feeding tips in this article.
- How to Attract Cardinals - Cardinals continue to be one of the most desirable of all backyard birds. Read this article to learn some great tips for attract the bright red beauties as well as a few things to avoid.
- How Do Birds Bathe - If you have a birdbath, pond or even a puddle in your yard, you’ve probably seen birds taking a bath. But have you ever wondered how splashing gets them clean, or why they do it so often? Discover the facts in this informative article.
Types of Hopper Bird Feeders
Squirrel Resistant – Squirrel resistant hopper feeders help keep squirrels out of your bird seed. Using weight-activated technology, the ports close when a squirrel jumps or hangs onto the feeder. The birds light weight leaves the ports open, allowing them to feed uninterrupted. Squirrel resistant feeders feature metal elements to prevent damage caused by gnawing.
Decorative – Decorative hopper feeders can be one of the most stylish feeders to own. Their large size and shape give them so many opportunities for decorative elements to be added. Details like brushed copper finishes and rustic holly berry patterns make decorative hopper bird feeders a splendid addition to any backyard!
Window – Window hopper feeders bring birds right up to your window so you can watch them whenever you choose. Simply attach the small, plastic feeder to your window by using the provided suction cups, and start watching the birds flock to your window!