Small bird feeders are not as popular as they used to be due to the fact that most people think that it is not necessary to feed small birds. However, Small birds are an important part of many ecosystems. They provide a valuable food source for predators and the songbirds that live in our yards. We should be taking care of these animals, and providing them with food is one way we can do so.
If you’re looking for a way to make your yard more attractive and healthier for both people and wildlife, then consider planting some fruit trees or shrubs, or putting up a bird feeder near your window so you can enjoy their songs while you work.
How to Place your Small Window Bird feeders Properly?
Bird feeders should be placed in a location that is easy to access, has plenty of cover and is sheltered from strong winds. Feeders should also be placed at eye level or lower so that the birds don’t have to spend too much energy climbing on a perch to get their food.
Most importantly, the feeder must be placed in an area that has a steady supply of bird food, either by buying it or by making your own.