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Feed the Birds: Recycled Birdfeeder and Corn

I only wish I had a tree (or backyard) to tempt many birds to come for a visit. Even North loves watching things fly by! For those lucky suburban or rural dwellers, this ecotastic twofer is completely made up of reused materials! The unique Recycled Birdfeeders ($49) are tray-hanging, platform feeders constructed with recycled parts from birdhouses and leftover asphalt roof shingles.

Simply adding corn to a platform feeder like this one will attract a different group of birds than our millet version — if you're curious why (and who)

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Add cracked corn ($5.99 for five pounds) to any feeder — especially a larger one for those big birds — and you'll see other feathered friends like:

  • starlings
  • grackles
  • jays
  • juncos
  • bobwhite quail
  • doves
  • ring-necked pheasants
  • white-throated sparrows and house sparrows
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ALSW ALSW 8 years
My parents have always put out corn, but it ends up going to the squirrels!
cubadog cubadog 8 years
My friend feeds birds corn all the time. The bird feed stores in Portland sell dried cobs and all she did was hammer a nail in the fence and the corn cob can go right over it. The birds and squirrels love it.
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