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Bird Feeders

Hopper Feeders
Classic Hanging Feeder
Classic Suet 'N Seed Feeder
Gazebo Feeder
Le Grande Gazebo Feeder
Deluxe Le Grande Station

Tubular Feeders
Small Seed Tube
Medium Seed Tube
Large Seed Tube
Big Seed Tube
Thistle Seed Feeders
Small Thistle Tube
Medium Thistle Tube

Suet Feeders
Classic Suet 'N Seed Feeder
Woodpecker Feeder
Mini Suet Feeder
Window Suet Feeder

Hummingbird Feeders
HummZinger® Excel
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HummZinger® Ultra
HummZinger® Mini
HummZinger® Original

Oriole Feeder

Sun Country Farms Premium Bird Seed


Mealworm Bird Feeder Plans

Place your mealworm feeder in a location where bluebirds have been observed. Once bluebirds have discovered your mealworms, you will be able to move the feeder to your desired position by moving the feeder every day or so closer to your final feeding area. Many years of backyard observations show that bluebirds are more attracted to stationary mealworm feeders, opposed to hanging mealworm feeders. In addition to bluebirds preferring stationary feeders, the tendency for birds to perch above hanging feeders makes for a very unsanitary situation. Ideal places to place a mealworm feeder is on top of a wooden handrail, or a picnic table or fence post. In addition to bluebirds, American Robins, Blackbirds, Blue Jays, Brown Creepers, Brown Thrashers, Cardinals, Carolina Wrens, Catbirds, Chickadees, Chipping Sparrows, Downy Woodpeckers, Field Sparrows, Finches, Grackles, Grosbeaks, Hairy Woodpeckers, Indigo Buntings, Juncos, Kinglets, Mockingbirds, Nuthatches, Orioles, Red-bellied Woodpeckers, Rufus-sided Towhees, Song Sparrows, Tanagers, Vireos, Warblers and many other birds will come to your mealworm bird feeder.




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