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  • Squirrel Proof Yellowstone Feeding Station QYS0F08 at Duncraft.com

    Custom Feeding Station

    How to Make a Bird Feeding Station that Rocks! Whether you want to customize your own bird feeding station or improve the one you already have, we’re offering a few tips to help you on your…

  • Shop the WSB Duncraft Eastern Bluebird House at duncraft.com.

    Best Place for a Bluebird House

    There are so many factors to consider when you’re looking for a new home–a safe neighborhood, easy access to shopping, and not too close to the neighbors. Bluebird house hunters are looking for the same qualities…

  • Shop hummingbird feeders at Duncraft.com

    Keep Nectar from Freezing

    What do you do when you are faced with freezing temperatures and hummingbirds at the same time? Here in the Snow Belt, fall migration can begin as early as August and continue through October and sometimes…

  • Tips to get ready for winter and care for your birds.

    Get Ready for Winter

    The falling leaves remind us northerners that it’s time to start getting ready for winter bird feeding! Here’s a little checklist to help you prepare for a magical fall and winter of backyard bird watching. Make…

  • Learn how to clean Duncraft Haven feeders.

    Bird Feeding Questions

    How do I clean Selective and Haven Feeders? Our Duncraft Selective and Haven caged feeders are not designed to be taken apart for cleaning. If seed has become compacted within the tube, soaking the feeder in…

  • Shop squirrel baffles at Duncraft.com.

    Defending Your Bird Feeders

    Out of all the problems you may encounter while feeding your backyard birds, marauding squirrels are likely the source of your biggest headaches. If your bird feeder isn’t properly located or protected, then these critters can…

  • Protect seed with a baffle during the winter.

    Protect Seed in Winter

    Snow, sleet and freezing temperatures can really take the fun out of feeding the birds — especially when the feeders are covered in snow and moisture has gotten in, making a frozen mess of your bird…