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Invite the birds. Feed the birds. And see the birds.

Our birdseed brings all the birds to the yard. Knowing which kind of seed to feed is important if you are trying to expand the bird diversity in your backyard sanctuary. 

Feeding the birds will also favorably affect the bird populations that contribute to the ecological balance of an area. The more birds that are fed, especially during winter, the more birds will survive to raise their chicks.

When you feed the birds, you are also benefiting the birds by replacing food sources that have been devastated by human development of land once utilized as nesting spots, shelter and natural food resources. This allows the birds to live in harmony with man and nature.

Besides the more obvious benefit of having more birds in your yard for viewing pleasure you will happily benefit from the ‘helping hand’ the birds offer in their assistance with insect and weed control as well as flower pollination. 

Hanging Bird Feed

Ready to bring on the birds with your diverse culinary selections?

All our feed is produced and packaged right here in the USA. Take a look at the variety available below. Bon Appétit!

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No-Waste, No-Mess Seeds

Contains hulled seeds, no shells on the ground and no sprouting seeds! Fill Feeders Quickly & Easily. Attracts all seed eating birds, including cardinals, chickadees, goldfinches, woodpeckers, nuthatches, house finches, blue jays, sparrows, and rose-breasted grosbeaks.

No Waste and No Mess Seeds

Bird Seed Blends & Mixes

A birdseed blend or mix will attract a wide variety of wild birds to your backyard sanctuary.

Bird Seed Blends and Mixes

Suet Cakes, Balls & Plugs

Suet is animal fat that has been rendered to form hard cakes, balls, and plugs. When birds need more calories to maintain their body heat and energy, suet is the best offering.

Suet Balls In Cage Feeder

Seed Cakes, Seed Blocks, Seed Logs, & Bars

Birdseed blocks, cakes and bars are high-energy treats that lasts longer than regular wild birdseed but attracts the same birds. The birds have to work a little harder to separate this snack and get their much needed exercise by doing so. Woodpeckers and other clinger birds love them.

Black-capped Chickadee Feeding on Seed Cake

Mealworms & Insect Foods

Mealworms and Insect Foods provide the perfect balance of protein, fat and fiber to insure your wild birds’ health and energy. Insects like mealworms are naturally a large part of many songbirds' diets. By feeding this insect source, you can attract a variety of birds that are not enticed by seeds.

Male blackbird with many mealworms in his bill

Wildlife, Corn & Nuggets

Don't feed your critters premium bird seed. Feed them what they enjoy! Keep wildlife sustained in the winter with corn and nuggets specially prepared for their nutritional needs.

corn and nuggets for wildlife

Fruits, Nuts & Jelly

It’s easy to stock your feeders with seeds, but you should supplement their diets with fruits and nuts and jellies so birds get a varied diet with lots of high-energy foods. Jellies with real fruit and fruit juice offer the best nutrition for birds and contains trace nutrients birds need for a balanced diet in winter when birds use most of their energy to keep warm.

Oriole eating grape jelly on a spring day

Bird Seed Treats

For birds that are not migrating or flying south for warmer pastures, finding a birdseed treat at a winter feeder will help them survive the season.

Suet Balls In Cage Feeder

Hummingbird & Oriole Nectar

While Hummingbirds and Orioles are primarily the birds that drink nectar, mockingbirds, grosbeaks, tanagers, and several warblers also enjoy sweet drinks. Hummingbird and Oriole Nectar provides the high calories needed by these active birds.

Hummingbird Nectar

Hot Pepper Foods

Many in the birding community have found a remedy to keeping critters out of the bird feeders by adding hot pepper foods to the birdseed feeders since birds seem to enjoy the hot pepper foods without any ill effects.

Hot Pepper Bird Foods

Seed Storage & Scoops

Birdseed storage containers and birdseed dispensers protect your birdseed and keep it fresh! Our scoops can make filling your bird feeders a quick and easy task.

Seed Scoops and Storage