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Wild Birds Unlimited: Seeds that birds want and don't want

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Using a suet feeder as a simple fruit feeder to attract Orioles and other fruit loving birds. This is a great idea. More here: http://www.the-scoop-on-wild-birds-and-feeders.com/hummingbird-feeder.html

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Nesting ball for goldfinches of soft cottons, hair, milkweed, thistle, or cattail fluff.

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My nearly completed "Advanced Pole System"- all but some of the feeders are from Wild Birds Unlimited. I bought the pieces separately to customize it, but a basic setup (1 48" base pole w. auger, 1 48" extension pole, stabilizer, double crook arm and chickadee finial) is $76.99. Of course, I added a bunch of other things :)

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When most people think of providing water to birds, they think of a bird bath. Birds are attracted to the sound of moving water. Attaching a dripper or mister to your bird bath provides a source of moving water which backyard birds find irresistible! Many birds such as chickadees, finches and titmice will land on the dripper spout and creep down to the end and lean over to take a drink!

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Chickadees love peanuts! This will accommodate all of your nut-eating birds, such as chickadees, woodpeckers and nuthatches.

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Wild Birds Unlimited: Hand blown glass hummingbird feeder

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photo comparison of House Finches v. Purple Finches. Distinguishing marks on Purple Finches: look for small sagittal crest on males and white eyebrow strip on females.

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Feeding Wild Birds in Winter | Wild Birds Unlimited: December 2012

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Water Wiggler - This is a bird bath MUST HAVE. Keeps mosquitoes from laying eggs AND attracts birds!

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