Hello there bird lovers and watchers. It's been a long ride over here on your favorite bird feeders guide. As of now, if you've been reading our posts, you should already have some great breeds in your garden or kitchen window. We managed to teach you guys making your own bird houses. And we're happy that even lurkers of this blog got out with some useful info. We are now celebrating 4 years of a great user experience. Do you see the above photo? It made us a 100% increase in sales in one single day, Christmas eve of 2012. Kudos to you who use our guide to choose your best feeders. For the new comers we'd like to say: We have a very good reason why you should buy through our guide; it's because we're the only website that cherry pick the wholesale priced feeders on the web.
We don't sell fancy stuff, we only showcase the efficient stuff. Stuff that stick around your yard for years ahead and keep more birds coming. Not only do we try those feeders on our own gardens, but we also take advantage of our relatives and best friends yards to make the ultimate decisions for which to offer for sale and which to leave for other markets to piss their clients off with. We're simply a little bit smarter in this business. But enough of business talk for now. Let's give you some delicious info meal as a thank you for sticking around all these years, shall we?
Attracting Birds like a bossNative plants: It doesn't matter how much your weather is changing along the years. The native plant that survived past climate spikes will most likely adapt to future climate change. Native planting will ensure a returning bird.
Water sources: Feeding your birds isn't all about food. They, like any living creature, need water desperately. Not only it ties them to your yard in a nice way, but it also attracts more of them over time. Ensure a changing water source every day in order not to attract the mosquito monsters instead of the lovely birds.
Big trees around your house: Don't overlook planting tall trees all around your house. It's not just a good surrounding to your house, but it's another way to make your yard the center of interest for birds in your territory as well.
Diversify plant sizes and species in your garden: The more plant species you have, the more types of birds you'll attract. It doesn't get any simpler than that. But don't over-exhaust yourself trying to accomplish this. Also don't do the mistake of getting insect-attracting plants.
Never use garden chemical substances: Those are wasting all your efforts. They actually murder all your new birds and affect the current ones negatively. If you have to improve your garden plants artificially, please disregard having strong chemical substances and consult your vendor regarding its effect on ground water and birds before using them.
Keep the feeder healthy: This means hygienic care of your bird feeders. Treat them as your valued guests. Clean the feeders whenever their surface or tubes get a slight change in color. As it's a sign of parasites and microbes. Use more water and less soap in the cleaning process. Use brushes for metal bird feeders. If you have a home made one, clean with caution in order not to break it.
Don't mix birds with other pets: Don't let your pet outside. Don't let them interact with the smooth tiny creatures called birds. They can end their lives in a few seconds in the form of "playing". These pets have little brains so they will not distinguish between playing and killing. Many people forget that fact and they end up with a wasted effort.