How do birds find birdfeeders?

Answer Birds find birdfeeders primarily by sight. The presence of nearby water and good bird habitat---and the lack of predator access---also helps birds find feeders. The type of seed favored by differen... Read More »

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Do robins eat at birdfeeders?

Robins do not eat bird seed, as their digestive systems cannot process seed. Robins can sometimes be attracted to a bird feeder if you put out slices of apples, berries or different varieties of m... Read More »

How do I keep coons out of birdfeeders?

Attach a PipeAttach a pipe around the outside of the bird feeder post that moves when the raccoon tries to climb it. Try to use a pipe that is smooth, such as PVC pipe. Measure a piece of the pipe ... Read More »

How do birds find food?

Birds spend most of their lives searching for food and call upon a wide variety of tools to get their nutritional needs met, ranging from sight to smell to hearing.SightFor the most part, birds fin... Read More »

How to Protect Birdfeeders from the Weather?

Using recycling bins is a FREE and useful way to protect birdfeeder seeds from getting wet and moldy from snow, sleet, rain. The protectors also help recycle and stretch your imagination.