Hanging bird feeders give you endless placement options in your backyard. You can hang them from trees, garden posts, gutters, deck rails, and other places that can securely hold the feeder.
Ground bird feeders are great for birds that eat lower to the ground, like pigeons, doves, grosbeaks, cardinals, sparrows and more. They come with a pitchfork-like bottom that can be inserted directly into the ground.
Mounted bird feeders are ideal for those with limited space. You simply install the bird feeder to the side of your balcony or the side of a tree and it is ready to go.
There's nothing like seeing a hummingbird fly past your backyard and stop at your hummingbird feeder.
Hummingbird feeders are of the hanging variety, which mimics how hummingbirds use their long tapered bill to collect nectar from flowers. They are attracted to sweet nectar or sugar water.
Squirrel-proof your bird feeder with a squirrel baffle. It wraps around your bird feeder or bird pool to stop squirrels and other critters from getting to the bird food.
Bird feeder hooks add length to your hanging bird feeder. They also allow you to securely hang your feeder from just about anywhere.
Seed scoops are a convenient and easy way to load your feeder with bird seeds. It has a quick-release seed dispenser so the birds will be happy too!
Mounted birdhouses are designed to be attached to a tree, pole, or side of a building. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure the birdhouse is safe for birds.
Free standing birdhouses are simply placed in your garden, patio, or other area of you backyard. They come in various heights to suit your preferred placement.
Sunflower Seed Chips: Minced sunflower kernels are a premium treat that leaves no shell residue around your feeders.
Safflower: A bitter flavour deters squirrels and grackles while attracting desirable birds.
Suet Cakes: A rich, high-energy treat that songbirds and woodpeckers love.
Dried Mealworms: For insect eaters such as bluebirds and robins.
Nectar: Attracts hummingbirds and orioles. Available in powdered mix or ready-to-use bottles.
A good way to attract birds to your yard is by installing a bird bath. Not only does it make your garden look picturesque, but birds that are attracted to your yard will use it as a hunting ground, and will aerate your garden soil with their long beaks, and eliminate insect pests.
There are three types of bird baths: