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Oriental Style Bird Feeders

Oriental Style Bird Feeders

Oriental-style bird feeders are one of the most popular styles used for bird houses.  To find out why they are so popular, read on. 

Wild birds who find a comfortable yard to hang in will, often, visit the same yard year after year.  But what makes a yard comfortable for the wild birds?  You must provide them with a safe haven where they can be comfortable from all kinds of predators and can consume their evening dinner in peace.  Nothing is so rewarding as watching a flock of wild birds showing off their antics around the beautiful bird feeders that you have scattered around your yard. 

Investing in a beautiful bird feeder not only provides birds with containers for their seed but it, also, brings a certain beauty into your garden.  Birds from hummingbirds to purple martins and cardinals will fly to the bright colors and designs of beautifully created bird feeders.  It is no wonder that bird feeders are, very often, designed by home architects that appreciate the beauty of nature that these feeders can provide.

Migratory birds that are in the process of commuting from north to south are, always, looking for a place to stop, eat and rest on their journey.  Once they find a bird feeder stocked up with their favorite feed, the owner finds himself the host of these travelling minstrels and recipient of their songs and antics. 

One of the most desired styles of bird feeders is the Oriental style.  These can be in the style of homes found in Korea, Indonesia, the Philippines and China.  An interesting one found on our website is in the style of a pagoda or an Oriental summer palace. 

Whatever style you choose to incorporate into your garden, you will find the time you have spent making the decision was as much fun as the fun you will have watching your visitors hovering over it.

rds who find a comfortable yard to hang in will, often, visit the same yard year after year.  But what makes a yard comfortable for the wild birds?  You must provide them with a safe haven where they can be comfortable from all kinds of predators and can consume their evening dinner in peace.  Nothing is so rewarding as watching a flock of wild birds showing off their antics around the beautiful bird feeders that you have scattered around your yard. 

Mary Fesio is the owner and webmaster of http://www.FeedersFountainsAndBirdhouses.com.  This is a website that offers a large variety of quality outdoor bird houses, <a rel=”nofollow” onclick=”javascript:_gaq.push(['_trackPageview', '/outgoing/article_exit_link']);” href=”http://www.feedersfountainsandbirdhouses.com”> wooden bird feeders</a>, garden statuary, indoor water fountains and outdoor water fountains for every taste and decor.  Prices are exceptional.  Browsers are welcome.


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New Solar Garden Accents — Practical Beauty

Concord, NH (PRWEB) June 27, 2006

The Duncraft Catalog for wild bird and nature enthusiasts introduces a complete line of solar powered accents for yard, pond and garden, available online at www.duncraft.com.

Sharon Dunn, President of Duncraft, says, ”Duncraft offers our customers a real alternative to expensive — and often complicated — electrical landscape accents. Customers are very pleased with our selection of solar-powered accents for bird baths, ponds and gardens. For instance, our elegant Copper Solar Bird Bath features a built-in water fountain, exquisite copper details—and the moving water attracts a flurry of bird activity. Bird lovers are very enthusiastic about this great new product.”

Dunn also describes how solar products enhance the backyard landscape. “We all enjoy spending time outdoors on warm evenings. A soft glow here and there sets a tranquil, almost magical mood. I really like the ingenuity behind the Iluminarie™ Bird Feeder. This attractive feeder of decorative blue glass with copper accents casts a soft light in the evening garden.”

The Iluminarie™ Globe and Pedestal creates an interesting focal point for the landscape. Dunn explains, “A swathe of blue, yellow and green envelops the glass ball to create an interesting visual effect for your daytime garden. And luminescent crystals on the glass surface absorb solar energy giving off a gentle, green glow at night. It’s quite the conversation piece!

Why solar power? Solar energy, the oldest form of energy, is the most inexhaustible, renewable source of power available. Every 15 minutes the sun produces enough power to supply the earth for an entire year. Because it can be costly to have a professional install outdoor lighting, consumers often assume lighting is beyond their budget. However, solar accents are truly affordable. Solar energy is eco-friendly and it is a convenient, no-fuss ‘solution’ with many uses for today’s landscaping.

Learn more about the products mentioned in this article – and many other solar ideas for the yard and garden at www.duncraft.com. Click on Solar Products. And be sure to visit Duncraft’s Wild Bird Blog to read the latest happening in the backyard birding community. And, Duncraft invites you to share your personal tips, photos and stories as well. Go to http://blogs.shareup.net/duncraft/

About Duncraft

Duncraft, Inc., located in Concord, NH, was founded in 1952. The Duncraft Living with Nature Catalog and the www.duncraft.com website offers hundreds of the very best wild bird and nature-related gifts, birdfeeders, bird foods, exclusive pet items, backyard pest solutions and garden décor.

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Hiatt Manufacturing Bird Feeder Hanger

Hiatt Manufacturing Bird Feeder Hanger

  • Deck clamp hook
  • Clamp on deck hanger attaches to deck rails 3/4″ to 1-1/2″ thick
  • Securely holds feeders or hanging flower baskets weighing up to 15 lb.

Clamp on deck hanger attaches to deck rails 3 4″ to 1 1 2″ thick. Securely holds feeders or hanging flower baskets weighing up to 15 lb.

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List Price: $ 16.99

Price: $ 12.08

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Garden Song¿ 102-4 Select-A-Bird Tube Feeder

Garden Song¿ 102-4 Select-A-Bird Tube Feeder

  • Satisfaction guaranteed
  • Rotate base to adjust perches for attracting different size birds
  • Easy to fill wide mouth top
  • 8 feed ports
  • 3.5 lb Seed capacity

The innovative rotating base on this feeder will allow you to adjust perches for attracting different size birds.The flip ports rotate for nyjer thistle or mixed seed. Its wide mouth top allows for easy filling.

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How to keep squirrels and mice away from a seed filled bird feeder?

Question by deb35802: How to keep squirrels and mice away from a seed filled bird feeder?
I’ve got a bird feeder that I would like to put something above it (actually resting on the bird feeder) to keep squirrels and mice from eating from it.

Any suggestions?

Best answer:

Answer by captncwby69
Is the bird feeder on a post or just hanging? I have one on a post and the post is covered in a lithium grease and it keeps them critters from climbing on it

What do you think? Answer below!

Q&A: How to keep squirrels and mice away from a seed filled bird feeder?

Question by deb35802: How to keep squirrels and mice away from a seed filled bird feeder?
I’ve got a bird feeder that I would like to put something above it (actually resting on the bird feeder) to keep squirrels and mice from eating from it.

Any suggestions?

Best answer:

Answer by captncwby69
Is the bird feeder on a post or just hanging? I have one on a post and the post is covered in a lithium grease and it keeps them critters from climbing on it

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Q&A: How to keep squirrels and mice away from a seed filled bird feeder?

Question by deb35802: How to keep squirrels and mice away from a seed filled bird feeder?
I’ve got a bird feeder that I would like to put something above it (actually resting on the bird feeder) to keep squirrels and mice from eating from it.

Any suggestions?

Best answer:

Answer by captncwby69
Is the bird feeder on a post or just hanging? I have one on a post and the post is covered in a lithium grease and it keeps them critters from climbing on it

What do you think? Answer below!

Wild Bird Feeder – 3

Wild Bird Feeder – 3

In a perfect world, man should not have been feeding birds. But rampant and unplanned development has destroyed many wild bird habitats. Feeding the birds seems to be the right thing to do to atone for the injustice humans have caused to these lovely innocent creatures.

Feeding wild birds is a popular hobby which the whole family can enjoy doing. According to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, over 60 million Americans feed birds regularly. Attracting wild birds to your backyard is easier. All you have to do is feed them regularly and secondly used a good quality wild bird feeder which the wild birds can access comfortably.

There are many types of wild bird feeds, each designed to serve a specific purpose. The open tray design is the most basic type of bird feeders that attract wild birds as well as critters. Enclosed hoppers are designed like miniature buildings. It takes the wild birds some time to figure out a way to reach the grains but they serve the purpose of keeping other rodents and pests away.

Another type of wild bird feeder is the tube feeder. They have large and small feed openings for different bird seeds and also have perches for the birds to sit and eat. The tube feeders have the additional advantage of not allowing any spillage of bird feed and helps keep the environs relatively clean as compared to other types of feeders.

A squirrel proof bird feed is essentially a variation of the tube feeder and the intent is to keep the squirrels away from the feed. A squirrel proof feed itself comes with many variations all designed to keep the wily, innovative squirrels away from the wild bird feeders. Then, there are window feeders which as the name suggests is kept close to the windows of the house. It makes filling and cleaning easier for the bird lovers.

A totally different type of feeder which is popular in the market as the best squirrel proof feeder is the Flipper bird feeder. It comes with a motor which kicks into action as soon as the squirrel steps on to the perch and starts spinning it. It can hold approximately five pounds of seeds and has a sturdy polycarbonate feeding chamber to prevent damage from persistent squirrel attacks.

You can choose the wild bird feeder that is ideal for your home and location and feed away wild birds to your heart’s content.

Welcome to wild birds haven, A blog about bird feeders and houses including which ones are best for different locations and birds.


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Duncraft’s Exciting New Collection of Bird Feeders Combines Attractive Styling, Product Innovation, Custom Creations and Rugged Construction

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CONCORD, NH (PRWEB) October 2, 2005

Duncraft’s latest Living with Nature Catalog offers an exciting variety of new feeders with much-sought-after features including: ‘convertible’ seed ports that instantly transform from having a mixed seed opening size to a tiny Nyjer seed opening size—with a mere quick twist of your wrist. There’s also a line of earth-friendly feeders constructed with recycled milk jug ‘lumber’ for lasting beauty and durability. This year, why not decorate for the holidays using only bird-edible décor? Duncraft offers exclusive wreaths created with tasty seeds and nuts, delicious ornament balls, a garland of seed and nut stars and much more. In addition, Duncraft’s website www.duncraft.com presents the greatest array of quality feeders plus unique accessories available anywhere.

Sharon Dunn, President of Duncraft, talks about a few of her favorite new feeder introductions, “Our Eco-friendly feeders are constructed with durable, recycled milk jugs. This rugged plastic ‘lumber’ material is incredible–it won’t crack, warp or chip. These feeders will last and last. We like the fact that recycled plastics are used in their construction. For example, the Eco-friendly Suet Feeder is made with 17 recycled milk jugs!” Duncraft’s Eco-friendly line includes: a suet feeder, squirrel feeder and bluebird feeder.

Duncraft’s extensive selections of feeders are budget-friendly, quality-made and are the perfect accent for the yard and garden. One exceptional discovery is their Gazebo Platform. This grand gazebo makes a stunning garden focal point with its coppery-toned finish and artistic details. Visitors to your garden might be surprised to learn this ‘sculptured’ piece is actually crafted from lightweight resin, and retails for under .

“We search the marketplace to bring our customers the most exciting innovations in bird feeding—and we think we found a winner with our new 2-1 Tube Feeder.” Dunn goes on to explain, “This feeder looks simply elegant with its copper finish accents—and what’s truly unique is the feeder ports are not stationary as you’ll find in most feeders. These seed ports can be inverted allowing our customers to serve either regular mixed seed or tiny nyjer seeds.” If you are not familiar with Nyjer seeds, these are petit oil-rich seeds, approximately the size of a grain of rice, and are highly coveted by glorious, lemony yellow goldfinches.

Decking the halls takes on new meaning for Duncraft customers. “We’ve got a fantastic variety of festive, bird-edible decorations—and each one provides an excellent source of nutritious food for wild birds,” says Dunn. “Our Very Berry Wreath looks attractive hanging on a fence, tree or front door. It’s thickly packed with our custom blend of tempting, bird-scrumptious morsels including: dried cherries, blueberries, whole sunflower, sunflower hearts and millet. We also offer a garland strand made with five bird-edible star shapes, formed of nutritious seeds and nuts. And don’t forget to hang plenty of ornaments on your trees and shrubs! We’ve got a great variety of hanging edible ornaments in ball, heart, wreath and other interesting shapes. I think you’ll find we carry the best selection of bird-edible holiday décor around!” You can find Duncraft’s complete selection of bird-edible décor at www.duncraft.com.

About Duncraft

Duncraft, Inc., located in Concord, NH, was founded in 1952. Today, the company manufactures Duncraft-brand bird feeders, mails the Duncraft Living with Nature Catalog nationwide and its www.duncraft.com website offers hundreds of the very best birdfeeders, bird foods, exclusive pet items and garden décor.

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