November Happenings

The bird of the month is a Nuthatch; White-breasted, Red-breasted, and Pygmy Nuthatch.

 

October featured products are; Bark Butter Feeders and Birdacious Bark Butter.

What is Bark Butter?

Bark Butter is a spreadable suet that can be easily smeared on tree bark or a Bark Butter Feeder. Bark Butter is made from suet, peanut butter and corn. Attracts birds that don't typically come to feeders. Great for using year-round. In warmer months use in a shaded area. Calcium helps support egg development and bone growth. Many nesting birds feed it to their young. No other food attracts a wider variety of birds. Jim’s Birdacious® Bark Butter® has attracted over 150 different bird species and counting.

Bark Butter Feeders

This little wooden feeder is great for attracting birds with Jim's Birdacious® Bark Butter®, the treat that has attracted more than 150 different species of birds and counting. Made of cedar, the Bark Butter Feeder is easy to use. Simply apply a generous amount of Bark Butter to each hole in the feeder. Use fork prongs to make ridges in the Bark Butter, making it easier for your birds to grab a bite. Bird food and hardware not included.

Heated Birdbath

Falling temperatures are no reason to keep your birds from getting their fill of water. This durable, plastic bird bath provides a reliable source of water when natural sources are frozen. Easily mounted to wood deck rails, this bird bath allows visitors to drink and bathe and keep their feathers clean for maximum insulation against the cold. It features a built-in 150 watt, fully grounded heater that is thermostatically controlled to conserve energy.

 


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