Befriend Nature With Garden Bird Feeders
Feed your flying friends with style using the best garden bird feeders and add beauty to your yard all at the same time! I love feeding the birds. Some days, I simply enjoy sitting in my backyard watching them eat, bath, or bask in the sun. Bird feeders are the best way to attract avians to any garden, green house or backyard and I personally have several that I keep loaded with sunflower seeds and food for my guests.
Having our feathered friends in our yards can be very beneficial. Some birds, like hummingbirds, can help pollinate your plants to make them bloom with flowers. Others eat insects that could be detrimental to your garden such as aphids, Japanese beetles and even pesky mosquitoes. Would you believe there are some that can eat hundreds of bugs a day?
Aside from horticultural benefits, they are simply fun watch. So, keep them coming to your outdoor haven by grabbing one of these feeders today.
I have several feeders similar to this one in my own garden. I love to watch the birds come in each morning to eat. I often take my camera to the backyard with me and take photos.
This bird feeder style is for the smaller song birds, sparrows, finches, starlings, etc. It allows the little birds to eat without having to compete with the larger birds for a place for dinner.
Unique comfort perches invite birds to sit and dine longer
Features 6 feeding ports
Easy to fill and clean
Holds 1.75 lbs of seed
Bird Feeders Made for Viewing
If you wish to sit indoors and bring the birds right to your window, you may prefer one of these styles!
Either of these bird feeders mount to a window with suction cups. This style usually doesn’t hold as much bird food as the bird feeder above, but they will bring the birds right up to your window.
The clear design of either of these bird feeders makes bird watching easier.
The Birdscapes design featured on the right, holds 1 cup of seed. It is easy to fill and clean. This bird feeder has a wide open compartment which allows birds to have unfettered access to seed resting on the bottom. It attaches to any window surface.
Window Bird Feeder – Large Bird House for Outside. Removable Sliding Tray with Drain Holes
Features of the Large Birdhouse Shaped Window Bird Feeder
- View birds easily from inside window
- 4 Cups of bird seed capacity
- Easy to Clean
- Easy to Fill Removable Tray
- Mold Free Drainage Holes
As you can see in the photos, either of these bird feeders would be a great choice if you wish to have the birds right outside your window.
Add Beauty to Your Garden
A garden would simply not be complete without a place for the larger birds to dine in comfort. While the smaller birds can certainly eat from this feeder, it will easily entertain cardinals, bluejays, mocking birds, etc.
The Cherry Valley Deluxe Gazebo Bird Feeder
This style also adds charm and beauty to your garden with its gazebo style. Quite attractive even when the birds are not in attendance.
- Excellent addition to any yard or garden with traditional styling
- Hanging wire included or could be mounted on a pole (pole not included)
- Easy to fill and clean – Lift top to fill
- 10-Pound mixed seed capacity
The Tulip Lantern Garden Bird Feeder
- Lovely addition to any yard or garden with a pretty tulip top design
- Hanging wire included
- Sure-Lock system that keeps squirrels out
- 5 Pound mixed seed capacity
Bird Feeders with Country Style
If you love the country look, you are are going to adore this country barn feeder. This feeder would certainly add a touch of fun and country charm in any garden decor.
You can hang or mount this bird feeder on a pole (Pole not included) in order to accommodate your garden. It has a 6 Pound mixed seed capacity.
Bird Food for Bird Feeders
I often purchase sunflower seeds for my bird feeders.
Would you believe one year I actually had sunflowers take root and grow beneath my bird feeders! They were beautiful and I loved having them in my garden!
Sunflower seeds attract a variety of birds to your yard and they are a high energy food source for your birds.
The Petco sunflower seeds are grown and packaged in the United States.
Fun Bird Feeder
Some bird feeders, like this squirrel, provide a “nest” for bird food while adding decorative fun to our yards.
Squirrel Proof Garden Bird Feeder
The bird feeder squirrel featured above is adorable, but sometimes squirrels can be a real problem for the birds and bird watchers. You see, they love bird seeds too and will raid a bird feeder making short work of emptying and eating it’s contents.
When squirrels are a problem, this is the bird feeder for you!
No squirrel will be harmed in the use of this feeder!
- Feeding ports close under squirrels weight on perch or metal frame
- Features six feeding ports
- U-shaped perches
- 2 lb. seed capacity
- Rustic metal finish
Hummingbirds are so lovely to watch! They are just so graceful and precious.
There are special bird birders made just for hummingbirds. Some are practical and serve their purpose just fine. Others are fun shapes and add a touch of fun and fancy to your outdoor decor.
No matter which hummingbird feeder design you prefer, you are sure to love the added beauty to your garden.
Some Hummingbird feeders look like little works of art!
The hand-blown glass designs and colorful details on these feeders surely do add beauty to any garden.
Whether you prefer a single feeder or a group of complimentary feeders, you are sure to find a favorite among these featured bird feeders.
They are all beautiful!
Perky-Pet 8110H-1 Bird Feeder, CopperREZIPO Hummingbird Feeder with Perch – Hand Blown Glass – Orange – 38 Fluid Ounces Hummingbird Nectar Capacity Include Hanging Wires and Moat HookGrateful Gnome – Hummingbird Feeder – Hand Blown Glass – Blue Egg with Flowers – 36 Fluid Ounces
Hummingbird Food Recipe
Instructions for making safe hummingbird nectar
Mix 1 part sugar with 4 parts water
Bring to a boil and boil until sugar dissolves, approx. 2 min.
Cool completely and fill feeder.
Extra sugar water should be stored in a refrigerator.
Red dye should not be added.
Hummingbirds are attracted to color. It is better to purchase a colorful hummingbird feeder to attract their attention instead of dyeing their nectar.