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Sunflower Seed Bird Feeders Attract A Variety Of Bird Species

Sunflower seed bird feeders come in many forms which serve different purposes. Many songbirds prefer sunflower seed because of its high fat content. Sunflower seed bird feeders take advantage of this, offering you the biggest bang for your buck considering the number of different wild bird species that will be attracted to these feeders.

If you are interested in setting up bird feeding stations around your home there are some things you need to know about different birds and their feeding habits as well as the different types of bird feeders available. Bird watching and wild bird feeding has become a fascinating and enjoyable pastime for many people around the world. Mostly because we love watching the variety of birds visiting our homes and yards. Sunflower seed bird feeders come in many forms which attract many different species.

You can feed three different types of seed at once with the caged triple tube bird feeder. The tube parts of the feeder that hold the seed are fitted with metal ports (on the quality tube feeders) that will help stop house sparrows from raiding your feeder. Also the cage around the tubes keeps the squirrels out and keeps your feed safe from the larger birds like Jays and Grackles. If you want to feed only sunflower or one type of seed Single Tube Caged Bird Feeders are also available.

Chickadees, Evening Grosbeaks, Titmice, Nuthatches, Jays, House Finches, Purple Finches, Redpolls, Woodpeckers and Cardinals all love these tube feeders. If you want to restrict their use to smaller birds use a tube feeder without a tray. Take away the perches and you will restrict the feeder use to only species that can cling like finches, chickadees, nuthatches, titmice and small woodpeckers.

There are also wire mesh constructed sunflower seed bird feeders. These sturdy feeders are squirrel resistant because they are made entirely of metal. No plastic and no wood. Some of them hold over 5 pounds of sunflower seed! Wire mesh feeders come in several designs, some with perch rings and trays and some without.

So the first thing you need to do when deciding on which types of feeders to use for your bird feeding station is to decide which species you want to attract to your yard. If you don't know what birds live near you, check with your local Audubon Society. They should have a list of species for your specific area.

Read up on the wild birds that live in your neck of the woods, or grasslands, or desert, or even in your city, and decide which species you want to watch, close up. Many songbirds prefer sunflower seed because of its high fat content. Sunflower seed bird feeders take advantage of this, offering you the biggest bang for your buck considering the number of different wild birds that will be attracted to these feeders.

In conclusion, having the right bird feeders and mounting them in the proper locations is essential for attracting the species you want to observe to your backyard. Sunflower seed bird feeders will attract a large variety of birds and should be one of your first choices for your feeding station. You will probably want to add other types of feeders to your yard also because the greater the varietyFree Reprint Articles, the more different species of birds you will attract.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Larry Jordan has been building birdhouses and bird feeders for over 26 years to attract wild birds into his yard. He is a member of the Audubon Society and is the Shasta County Coordinator for the California Bluebird Recovery Program. He strives to get more people interested in birding activities, including bird conservation. For more information on bird watching, bird houses, feeding wild birds, birds in the news, bird conservation, and some great bird photos go to The Birder's Report and sign up for his newsletter or his RSS Feed. If you are looking for quality bird and birding products, please visit his online store at Birds In My Yard for some great deals and great service.



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