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Feed the birds in your neighborhood in style

June 23rd, 2013

Do you want to keep the feathered inhabitants of your neighborhood happy? Then consider setting up a bird feeder or a birdbath in your yard, patio or balcony. The birds will appreciate having a supply of food and water, and you can get countless hours of entertainment. Birdbaths and bird feeders are also great gift ideas for someone who is homebound. To find the right product for your yard, consider checking out the following selection.

Droll Yankees YCPD-90 – Yankee Dipper Bird Feeder allows small birds to eat bird seed, but tips if a squirrel or other rodent tries to climb on board. The bird feeder can be used to store an assortment of goodies for birds, including sunflower seeds and mixed seeds.

Droll Yankees YCPW-180 – Yankee Whipper Bird Feeder has four seed ports, allowing plenty of birds to eat simultaneously. The bird feeder can be hung by a tree branch or other sturdy structure, allowing birds to swoop in and eat their fill. The bird feeder can also keep bacteria and mold from forming.

Echo Valley Illum. Hanging Blue Swirl Bird Bath/Bird is an elegant addition to your backyard. The bird feeder is glass and can glow in the dark, allowing birds to find food easily. The bird feeder is supported by three chains.

Gardman BA01272 Gardman Ornate Metal Bird Bath and Stand is approximately 21 inches tall, making it an ideal height for cleaning and filling with water. The stand features three secure feet, ensuring the stand stays in place at all times, even while birds are using it. It’s also sturdy, weighing approximately eight feet.

Stop squirrels and other rodents from eating bird seed with Homestead Stop A Squirrel Bird Feeder Green. The product can hold up to 11 pounds of food, so you won’t need to replenish it as often.

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