The Yankee Droll Squirrel-proof bird feeder

Is a $150 Bird Feeder Worth it? Reviewing the Squirrel-Proof Droll Yankee Flipper

Squirrels returned to my bird feeders recently with a vengeance. I’m a huge proponent of using squirrel-proof bird feeders if you want to save money on bird seed and wanted to try something new to keep them at bay. Enter the Droll Yankee Flipper Squirrel-Proof Bird Feeder. I saw it listed at about $150 on Amazon. I’ve never spent this much on a bird feeder before, but decided to splurge and write about my experience with it.

Suet plugs for bird feeding on a table.

Review: Log Jammer Insect Suet Plugs Are a Home Run for Woodpeckers, Nuthatches

I regularly have a suet log bird feeder out during the winter and spring for my neighborhood birds. Woodpeckers, Nuthatches, and Chickadees all seem to enjoy it. I purchased some Pine Tree Farm Log Jammers Insect Suet Plugs to use in the feeder a few weeks ago and wanted to write a review on the product and if it’s worth your time and money.

A bag of Wagner's Bird Seed on a desk

Review: Wagner’s Deluxe Treat Bird Seed is Cheap for a Reason

Wagner’s Deluxe Treat Wild Bird Food is one of the most purchased and highly-reviewed bird seeds on Amazon. It’s cheap and has an extraordinary high 4.7/5 star rating on the website at the time of this article. However, after buying the seed and seeing it myself, I’m making a bold claim that this bird seed isn’t worth your money and that you should consider alternatives.

A hopper bird feeder with space for suet cakes.

Review: A Bird Feeder Cardinals and Woodpeckers Love

When I started bird feeding a few years ago, my top goal was to attract a Northern Cardinal. I’ve always been enamoured with this bird. Recently, I’ve been lucky to have a pair of Cardinals visiting the Solution4Patio Homes Cedar Bird Feeder I have hanging out. With that, I wanted to write a quick review on the feeder, and why I think it’s worth buying.

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Review: A Cheap Bird Seed Cardinals Will Love

It’s no secret on my blog that the mighty Northern Cardinal is my favorite bird to visit my feeders. I’ve been testing out different bird seeds from Amazon recently and was impressed with the price and quality of the Audubon Park Cardinal Blend as a bird seed Cardinals will love.