Seed Feeders

Seed feeders attract a variety of finches, sparrows, and other birds. They are a good way to easily attract a lot of different birds, and it isn’t to hard to set one up. Put it near the habitat of the bird you want to attract, or if you don’t want to attract any bird in particular a good place for it is near shrubs and trees. One of the best types of seed for a large variety of birds is black oil sunflower seed. Many birds will come to it, but its also a good idea to mix other seeds and bird foods like peanuts in. Here is a list of common birds that come to seed feeders:

  • Finches
    • House Finch
    • American Goldfinch
    • Pine Siskin
    • Evening Grosbeak
    • Black-Headed Grosbeak
  • Sparrows
    • Spotted Towhee
    • Dark-Eyed Junco
    • Song Sparrow
    • White-Crowned Sparrow
    • Golden-Crowned Sparrow
    • Fox Sparrow
    • Harris’s Sparrow
  • European Starling
  • Jays
    • Steller’s Jay
    • Western Scrub-Jay
  • Chickadees
    • Black-Capped Chickadee
    • Chestnut-Backed Chickadee
  • Red-Breasted Nuthatch
  • Woodpeckers
    • Downy Woodpecker
    • Northern Flicker
  • Blackbirds
    • Red-Winged blackbird
red-breasted nuthatch at seed feeder

Red-Breasted Nuthatch at seed feeder

black-capped chickadee at seed feeder

Black-Capped Chickadee at seed feeder

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3 Responses to Seed Feeders

  1. Alice Kelly says:

    what we use at home as bird food are sunflower seeds, we have lots of sunflower at home,`*

  2. sunflower seeds are great as a bird food because it is nutritious and cheap ”

  3. :;; I am very thankful to this topic because it really gives useful information ~`,

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