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Cardinal Bird Feeders
By Pam Caouette
Cardinal bird feeders are a great way to attract cardinal birds to your backyard. Cardinal bird feeders will attract these beautifully colored birds right to your door, if you wish. There are different types of cardinal bird feeders. Many bird feeders are designed for birds that weigh more. Cardinals need these types of bird feeders.


Cardinals will eat sunflower seeds and other bird seed from hanging bird feeders (which come in a wide variety of styles and types including wooden bird feeders ,gazebo bird feeders, as well as suet feeders ), or hopper bird feeders (which have a trigger to release the seeds) as well as platform bird feeders (ground bird feeders or tray bird feeders). Cardinal bird feeders can hold a variety of bird seed from sunflower seeds to cracked corn and even peanuts!

Cardinal bird feeders will attract other birds as well, so don’t be surprised if you see a flurry

of color at your backyard bird feeder with the red cardinal bird as well as other wonderful birds. Some of the birds that are attracted to cardinal bird feeders are Evening Grosbeak, Northern Cardinal, Rose-breasted Grosbeak and Blue Jays.

Cardinal bird food for your cardinal bird feeders may include black oil sunflower, buckwheat, black and gray stripe sunflower, and safflower seeds are cardinal bird and grosbeak favorites. Grosbeaks have prominent, seed-cracking bills. Which is why they tend to favor these types of seeds.

Buy your cardinal bird feeder online and have it delivered right to your house. This is a great way to shop for cardinal bird feeders not only do you get to see a variety of cardinal bird feeders, but you can choose the cardinal bird feeder that you want. You can also buy premium cardinal bird seed online and attract beautiful cardinals and other grosbeaks to your yard.
Pam Caouette is the lead author for www.aplusbirdfeeders.com. Visit www.aplusbirdfeeders.com for great information on wild birds and bird feeders.

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