Suet can be fed in several ways. Commercial suet blocks are usually placed in a holder. Some suet feeders have a "tail prop" extension to accommodate woodpeckers.
Some homemade suets can be spread on a tree trunk or limb, so no feeder is required.
This suet feeder is designed to force the bird to feed upside down, a snap for chickadees and nuthatches but an effective approach to elimination of House Sparrows and starlings.
This hopper feeder has wire cages for suet located on either end of the feeder.
Attracted species: Woodpeckers, chickadees, creepers, jays, nuthatches, wrens, bluebirds, mockingbirds
What you should know:
Feeding suet is one of the least expensive and effective choices for feeding birds. Suet cakes are clean and easy to store and easy to use.
Suet cakes do not create problems with seed hulls or germinating seeds under feeders.
Suet feeders can be ordered at the Birdzilla Bird Feeder Shop .
|Last Updated on Saturday, 06 December 2008 19:08|