You can position bird feeders in various places, different types of feeders suit different areas. Feeding dining stations may be best situated in an open space where they can be easily seen from above. Birds generally look for food using sight so keeping your feeding station in an open area may be a good idea when trying to encourage new birds to visit your garden. If you have replaced any older feeders, be sure to not move your new feeder too far from the old position.
Why Should I Choose A Feeding Station?
Encourage wild birds to visit your garden with a feeding station. Feeding stations are an effective way to hang a variety of feeders for the various birds in your garden. Designs differ from decorative metal to traditional wood, encouraging your garden birds while simultaneously decorating your garden.
How Long Does It Take For Birds To Find A Bird Feeder?
The time it takes for birds to find a new feeder can depend on many different factors. For example: feeder placement, quality of the bird food, your local bird population, weather, and predators can all play a part in the length of time that it takes for your feeding station to become known.
Should I Clean My Bird Feeders?
Absolutely! To prevent the spread of disease and parasites, it is recommended that you clean your bird feeders at least once a month. Ensure the bird feeder is completely dry before re-filling with new food.