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Wild birds will often feed on insects, flowers and berries however supplementing their diet with wild birdseed, suet, or nectar is a healthy addition, especially during the winter months. Winters short days, frigid weather and snow covered grounds all factors making it difficult for birds to find food. If you and your family are avid bird watchers or just enjoy the sights and sounds of these creatures, then offering wild bird food to them year round will keep them healthy, happy and in your backyard.
Some important questions to ask yourself are when, where, and what should you be feeding these wild birds. Whether you're interested in feeding each guest in your garden or only your favorite species, our selection of wild bird food contains something for birds of all feeding styles. You'll find suet cakes, seed cakes, hummingbird food, oriole nectar, thistle socks and more.
Learn the migration patterns of your favorite birds so you know when to purchase your feed and when to have it out and available for them as they return to your area. There is a fair amount of birds that will migrate south for the winter but there are also quite a few bird species that will remain in one location year round. During the cold winter months it can be difficult for birds to find natural food sources, so they consume should contain plenty of nutrients to boast their energy enabling them to fly. Suet cakes are a famous winter-feeding favorite, offered in a variety of blends.
Keep in mind that some birds may strongly depend on the food source you are providing; so be sure to keep refilling your feeder! High-energy foods, various seeds and nuts will help keep them full and flying. Do not forget to think about your birds after your backyard barbeques they like leftovers too!