Any day now you’ll be receiving Duncraft’s beautiful Spring 2011 catalog, full of fantastic new products to make your bird feeding experience more enjoyable than ever!
But…. if you’d like a sneak peak at what you will see in our printed catalog, now you can see the entire catalog right online! Visit this link to see the online catalog, be able to turn the pages, click on the products and even add them to your shopping cart. It’s a totally “Green” way to shop and has already cut down tremendously on the printed catalogs we send out. Click here, and we hope you enjoy this wonderful shopping experience: Duncraft’s Online Virtual Catalog
Duncraft’s new Eco-Oriole Fruit and Jelly Feeder. This is a great little feeder for attracting Orioles. Its a beautiful, bright-orange color and has two skewers for orange halves and two sturdy, plastic dishes for grape jelly. The dishes are removable. The feeder is made of super-durable, recycled plastic and will keep its good looks for years!
Duncraft also has a new Eco-Bird Recycled House that is wonderful for attracting bluebirds and others such as chickadees, nuthatches and titmice. It has a recycled roof and a high-impact, plastic body that’s durable and long lasting.
For those of you that love watching the antics of squirrels, check out these two new squirrel feeders that are sure to entertain you with hours of fun. Duncraft’s Eco-Squirrel Corn and Suet Teeter is a playground for squirrels! Two corn-cobs hang beneath the feeder, encouraging squirrels to devise their best methods for reaching the tasty food!
And there’s Duncraft’s new Eco-Squirrel Chair Corn and Seed Feeder. Squirrels and chipmunks can relax while they nibble on delectable corn kernels or snack on suet or seed cakes in the basket below.
In addition, we’ve added a new Underneath Suet Feeder to the collection and a new Eco-Strong Hopper Feeders in two sizes. Upside down suet feeding requires that birds cling under the feeder–something that large, greedy birds such as starlings simply can’t accomplish. And everyone loves hopper feeders. They’re so convenient because you can offer seeds, suet, fruit and even mealworms or Miracle meal on a hopper feeder.