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Different Types Of Bird Feeders

By Dorian Dibonaventura

There are different kinds of bird feeders available in the market that differs in their style and size. There are some important things that have to be kept in mind while buying these bird feeders. The first thing that you should keep in mind is to think about the birds that you want to attract from them.

These types of bird feeders are attached to the window glass with suction cups. You can buy these types of feeders for smaller birds and also humming birds. Be sure to make sure this type of feeder extends far out enough away from the window so that the bird does not fly into the glass.

The screen tray birdfeeder, also known as steel mesh birdfeeder is a tubular silo that is filled with different types of seeds or nuts depending on what kind of bird you aware most interested in attracting. These are hung from a tree and can also be quite popular with squirrels. The most popular type of food used to fill a screen tray bird feeder is peanuts.

However they can also be filled with raisins, mealworms, black oil or sunflower seeds. If squirrels and other rodents are feasting too much on your bird seed you can also buy types of bird feeders that are the weight activated and spring shut once it detects the presence of a heavier small creature. You can also buy cage protected feeders or ones that are totally housed in metal.

The other devices that are used for the protection are known as dippers, flippers and spinners. The main work of these particular devices is to see the places around the feeding platform. You can also opt for the bird feeders that are decorated with several designs.

The decorative bird feeders are best used for making the song birds attracted. For the purpose of attracting the singing birds, you should select the birdhouses that are decorated with colors such as orange, yellow, pink or red. These types of bird feeders are generally made of plastic material.

The author of this article is a pet as well as bird lover. He takes immense interest in the various types of bird accessories that are presented. To know more on hamster cages one can always visit the sites home bird feeders and humming bird feeders.

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