It can be overwhelming to choose a new bird feeder. What style is best? How big should it be? How many feeding ports are needed? What capacity is ideal? Carefully considering your backyard birds and how you want to create a feeding station can help you choose the right type... Read More
Though there are many birds that eat suet, these can be shy species and can be a challenge to attract to the suet feeders. By first positioning suet feeders correctly within easy reach of a safe retreat for nervous birds, and away from the noisiest parts of the yard birds are more likely to feel comfortable at suet feeders.
Don’t hang a feeder too close to windows, however, or birds may collide dangerously with the glass. Instead, hang the feeder out in the yard where it is easily seen.
Suet offers many benefits to wild birds, and it is an ideal food for many backyard feeding stations.
Seed and suet are both fine choices to feed birds, but which truly is the better option at your bird feeders? The answer depends on many factors and can change throughout the year.
Suet is a delicious and healthy food for birds year-round, but it can melt in high temperatures. Learn how to make no-melt suet.
Spruce up your bare trees this winter AND feed the birds when they need it most!
Making a birdseed wreath can be a festive way to attract birds to your yard this holiday season. This easy-to-make wreath will provide extra calories and nutrition to suet-feeding birds over the long winter months.
Suet for birds is easy with these DOs and DON'Ts. These tips will help you learn how to attract more backyard birds with suet.