Be Thankful for Your Birds

Enjoy your birds!

As many of you know, Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks to the things and people we are thankful for in our lives. While this may seem a rather large task to fit into one day, we like to focus on the things that are most important to us. There will be many thanks going out to family, health and happiness on Thanksgiving Day, but we do not want to forget about the birds!

Faithful as all the people you love, birds constantly show up on your feeders to exchange your food for the delight they bring with their presence. Whether it is the melody of a chickadee or the bright colors of the goldfinch, birds bring joy to a family in many ways. Families are brought closer together through bird feeding, in much the same way they will be brought together by the attraction of a festive meal and holiday spirit.

At Duncraft, we are thankful for the joy birds have brought to us, our families and our customers. For 60 years now, we have had the pleasure to provide our loyal customers with quality, new products and affordable prices.

On this Thanksgiving at Duncraft, we want to thank all of our customers that we have had throughout our 60-year history. Whether our customers are new to bird feeding or experts, it is always our pleasure to service their family and their birds, although I suppose we can combine the two!

I know at my personal Thanksgiving this year, we will have many things to be thankful for. We hope the same is for you and your family and we encourage you to let us know some of the things that you are thankful for this year! From the staff and family at Duncraft, we wish a happy Thanksgiving Day to everyone and their birds!

Remember to visit our website at for our annual Thanksgiving and Black Friday Deals! We also encourage you to come visit us at our retail store at 102 Fisherville Road in Concord, New Hampshire! What are you thankful for this year? Share the birds, people or things you’re grateful for this Thanksgiving in the comments. Happy Thanksgiving!

— Written by Jacob Kimball, grandson of Mike Dunn, owner of Duncraft

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