Browsing Tag

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  • Attract waxwings this winter!

    Feed Fruit and Berries

    Many birds, such as catbirds, mockingbirds and robins, eat fruit and berries all summer long, while most other birds have a diet of insects and seeds. But strangely, lots of seed and insect eaters as well, start…

  • Start attracting birds with suet.

    Attract Birds With Suet

    Birds are always eating to satisfy their constant demand for energy–and fat provides the most concentrated source of calories in a bird’s diet. That translates into energy for flying, keeping warm, nesting, raising young and foraging.…

  • A cedar waxwing eats ripe berries out of a serviceberry tree on a spring evening in Central Illinois. Cedar Waxwings travel in small flocks searching for food.

    Feed Fruit-Eating Birds

    Birds will eat your leftovers. Even if the fruit is too old for you to eat, birds will enjoy the treat. The sugars give them much-needed energy throughout the year and the juices provide a soothing…

  • 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…

  • Learn more about convenient seed blocks.

    Convenient Seed Blocks

    Mike Dunn, owner of Duncraft, says it best about the broad line of seed blocks made by Duncraft: “In my over 30 years in the ‘bird’ business, I can’t remember when I had as much fun…