Three feeders birds will love

Black-capped Chickadee and Tufted Titmouse
A Black-capped Chickadee and Tufted Titmouse at a bird feeder. Photo by Kaycee Grancher

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Setting up a bird feeder in your yard is a great way to enjoy and learn about birds, while also providing them with food.

However, some feeders are better than others, and to help you in your search, we rounded up three that will bring in the birds.

Droll Yankees’ Green New Generation Metal Peanut Feeder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Made of stainless steel wire mesh, this tube feeder allows birds to easily spot their next meal, and they can cling to it while they feed. The feeder holds up to 1 pound of peanuts or black oil sunflower seed and is easy to fill and hang.

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Nature’s Hangout Window Bird Feeder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The clear acrylic window feeder from Nature’s Hangout allows you to enjoy the beauty of wild birds from the comfort of your home. Equipped with a removable tray, it is easy to clean, and the drain holes prevent mold buildup.

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Belle Fleur’s Sedona Screen Feeder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This attractive feeder has four feeding ports specifically designed for songbirds, including chickadees and cardinals, and it can hold up to 2.6 pounds of bird seed. Also, Belle Fleur donates a portion of every purchase to bird habitat and conservation groups.

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