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Audubon Park 5lb Nut & Berry Bird Food

Item# 043W268494110001P | Model# 10297 | Added on February 15, 2012 |
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Audubon Park 5lb Nut & Berry Bird Food
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Proven Premium Quality. Real fruit & tree nuts; For birds of North America; Formulated to attract the widest variety of songbirds; Premium mix that provides birds with high carbohydrates, protein and fats; No filler seeds; All natural food. Be patient. Attracting birds can become a great source of pleasure. Sometimes birds keep you waiting a long time. If your feeder is new expect several weeks to pass before birds find it. The first birds to show up will be the most common species for your area. Others will eventually notice the commotion and join in. Birds Attracted to Fruit - Nut & Berry Mix: Northern Cardinal, American Goldfinch, Blacked Capped Chickadee, Brown-Headed Cowbird, Carolina Chickadee, Common Grackle, Dark-Eyed Junco, Evening Grosbeak, House Finch, House Sparrow, Morning Dove, Pine Sisikin, Purple Finch, Red-Winged Blackbird, Red-Breasted Nuthatch, Song Sparrow, White-Breasted Nuthatch, Tree Sparrow, Tufted Titmouse, White-Throated Sparrow, Blue Jay and many more!

Directions: How to Attract Wild Birds. Wild birds, like other forms of wildlife, need food, shelter, water, and safe haven for living. You have purchased a quality wild bird food that will be in high demand once your feathered friends find your feeding stations. You can begin feeding wild birds any time of the year. For best results put your feeding station in a dry area, yet away from the wind. Make sure that the area is close to a shelter such as tree or shrub about 6 to 10 feet. Pick an area ... read more
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