A locally owned West Michigan Company since 1989!
A locally owned West Michigan Company since 1989!
A locally owned West Michigan Company since 1989!
A locally owned West Michigan Company since 1989!
03Jan
2018

Feeding Wild Birds

FEEDING WILD BIRDS

Let us help you find the best types of seeds for the kind of birds you want to attract.

Canary Seed

§  High in protein

§  Popular with smaller birds such as finches and siskins

 

Thistle/Nyjer Seed

§  High in oil

§  Popular with smaller birds such as finches and siskins

§  Great for year-round feeding

 

Shelled Peanuts

§  High in protein, oil, and fat

§  Popular with several birds and many kinds of wildlife

§  Attracts chickadees, grosbeaks, jays, cardinals, woodpeckers and more

 

Striped Sunflower

§  Thick shells occupy large birds and squirrels

§  Great for jays, grosbeaks, larger birds

 

Dried Fruit

§  Attracts more rare birds, such as bluebirds, waxwings, woodpeckers, and cardinals

 

Cracked Corn

§  Easier for small birds than whole corn

§  Perfect for ground feeders such as mourning doves

 

Safflower Seed

§  High in fat and protein

§  Unpopular with squirrels

§  Attracts cardinals, chickadees, finches, woodpeckers, and grosbeaks

 

Whole Corn

§  Excellent source of protein and fiber

§  Popular with pigeons, jays, turkeys, other large birds, and squirrels

 

Black Oil Sunflower Seeds

§  High in protein

§  Thinner shell than striped sunflower seeds

Great for all seed eating birds