You recognize the gourd-shaped nest hanging 40 feet in the air and you know there are orioles nearby. But how do you get them to you? Give orioles the good stuff An oriole’s diet consists of three main food groups: fruit, insects and nectar. There’s a good chance you already have a oriole nectar feeder, so […]

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We hear a lot about the dog-days of August, but how about the bird-days?! Many people ask about feeding birds in summer—whether it is necessary, whether it is harmful or beneficial, and what is the best way to provide for our feathered summer visitors. The answer is easy: if you love birds and love watching […]

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New Item at Duncraft: The Watch Tower

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Everyone loves our bluebird house, The Watch Tower. But you had some suggestions to make it even better, so we listened. Based on your feedback, we added three pivotal features. You’re the first to hear about what we changed, as an exclusive for our readers right here on our Wild Bird Blog. By the way, thank you We value your […]

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5 Winners of our Like it! Love it! Let Us Know! Contest

Man stands triumphant with his arms outstretched in front of a sunset and a flock of birds, practically announcing the 5 winners of our Like it! Love it! Let Us Know! Contest.

You came to the right place to discover the 5 winners of our Like it! Love it! Let Us Know! Contest. This contest was designed to help you discover what’s new at Duncraft. And we’re happy to announce 5 winners who picked a new Duncraft product they loved and let us know how they would use it. We received […]

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What Name Would You Suggest? This is Your Chance to Help Us Name Our New Bird Feeder [Giveaway]

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Okay, Wild Bird Blog fans, we need your help! This is one of our new bird feeders and we need a fancy new name for it. Leave us a suggestion here, on our Facebook page or on our Twitter feed. If we pick your recommendation, we’ll let you know and send you the feeder for free. […]

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New Item at Duncraft: Hummerbar “Rhymes with Superstar” Hummingbird Feeder

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What’s stopping you from attracting lots of hummingbirds to your yard? Not enough space to hang a handful of feeders? Sure, sometimes you only have room for one feeder. Not enough nectar? We get it. Consider this: filling this nectar feeder is like filling several feeders at once. The 2-foot long Hummerbar It’s long, it’s horizontal and […]

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New Item at Duncraft: Naturally Fresh™ Hummingbird Nectar Concentrate

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There are a lot of pre-made nectar formulas on the market. What’s different about this one? Includes micronutrient to help nectar stay fresh for longer Made with Nectar Defender™, the equivalent of Feeder Fresh™ for hummingbirds No artificial dyes or preservatives When a hummingbird zooms up to visit your bird feeder, your eyes widen and your […]

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Don’t be Chicken…Try Our Products for Your Home Flock!

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Small backyard flocks of chicken and ducks are becoming more and more popular, even in urban areas. What’s not to love: great entertainment; a way to dispose of carrot peels and other kitchen scraps; and the big bonus, fresh eggs! I love my small flock and have found some fun ways to use Duncraft products in […]

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Easy Ways to Clean Bird Feeders, Houses and Baths

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I really hate cleaning, but I love my birds and I know that harmful bacteria can flourish in and around feeders, baths and houses. So I developed a simple cleaning routine for myself that just takes a few minutes and keeps my feathered friends happy and healthy. To keep it quick and easy, I hang my […]

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