Are you ready to freshen up your yard with some new bird feeders? Migration is in full swing so now is a fantastic time to add a couple new feeders to your yard.
I washed up my feeders this weekend and added a few new ones to the mix. During that time I did a little shopping and I thought I'd share with you some of the cute new feeders I found as well as some of my old favorites.
Here is my new favorite hummingbird feeder. I purchased it this spring and my hummingbirds love it. I washed it up, filled it and hung it in the evening and when I woke up in the morning I already had a hummingbird feeding from it. The red glass really attracts the hummingbirds!
If you want to get close to hummingbirds, the best way is to use a window mount hummingbird feeder. It's fun to have little surprise visits from hummingbirds while you are taking care of chores in the house.
I have this hummingbird feeder too. The warm tones of the copper brighten our yard and attract many hummingbirds.
I have several of these little blue tray feeders. I use them for grape jelly, oranges and meal worms. You can also use them for seeds. My orioles love grape jelly best and I've even attracted yellow-bellied sapsuckers with these trays.
If your orioles go through a lot of grape jelly, this feeder is a brilliant idea. You attach an entire jar of jelly to it and it dispenses as needed.
I've used quite a few suet feeders over the years and this one is my new favorite. They are easy to fill and clean and I like the look of the copper roof.
If you have larger woodpeckers a suet feeder with a tail prop is a good idea. I have this on order with my pileated woodpeckers in mind. They will appreciate not having to dangle from the feeder or reach from the tree to the feeder to eat.
I have this bird feeder in my yard and both the birds and I love it. It has many holes so several birds can feed at once. It is also squirrel proof which saves me money.
How pretty is this bird feeder? I just ordered it an I'm looking forward to seeing it in my yard.
Colorful glass isn't just for hummingbird feeders. This pretty vintage glass bird feeder holds seeds and comes in amethyst or blue.
In lakes country we like our Adirondack chairs. This cedar tray feeder is a cute way to feed the birds.
I hope you enjoyed this selection of bird feeders. I'm pretty sure the birds in your yard would love them. I'd love to hear from you, too, if you have a favorite bird feeder.
And, if you love watching birds, be sure to download my free printable Bird Watching Journal. Thanks for stopping by!
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