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Top 10 Backyard Bird Feeding Mistakes - The Spruce
15 Jun 2019 at 1:09am
Open feeders with trays or perches will attract a decent variety of birds, but to maximize bird feeding it is essential to use different feeders. Consider a mesh sock for goldfinches , nectar feeders for hummingbirds, suet feeders for woodpeckers, mealworm dishes for bluebirds, and jelly feeders for orioles.

Bird-Feeding Tips | Audubon
26 Sep 2011 at 11:57pm
Birds that are sunflower specialists will readily eat the sunflower seed and toss the millet and corn to the ground, to be eaten by ground-feeding birds such as sparrows and juncos. Mixtures of peanuts, nuts, and dried fruit attract woodpeckers, nuthatches, and titmice.

Feeding Birds: a Quick Guide to Seed Types | All About Birds
19 Apr 2009 at 11:53pm
Milo is a favorite with many Western ground-feeding birds. On Cornell Lab of Ornithology seed preference tests, Steller?s Jays, Curve-billed Thrashers, and Gambel?s Quails preferred milo to sunflower. In another study, House Sparrows did not eat milo, but cowbirds did. Milo should be scattered on the ground or on low tray feeders.

Bird feeding - Wikipedia
15 Jun 2019 at 7:53pm
Bird feeding is typically thought of as an activity of bird enthusiasts. People who feed wild birds often attempt to attract birds to suburban and domestic locations. This requires setting up a feeding station and supplying bird food. The food might include seeds, peanuts, bought food mixes, fat, kitchen scraps and suet.

Feeding Birds - FeederWatch
15 Jun 2019 at 2:06am
Many species of birds, including sparrows and doves, prefer to feed on large, flat surfaces and may not visit any type of elevated feeder. Song Sparrows, Fox Sparrows, and many towhee species, for instance, will rarely land on a feeder, but they will readily eat fallen seed from the ground beneath your feeders.

Feeding Birds | All About Birds
14 Jun 2019 at 7:11pm
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