I wanted to highlight another bird seed I found for cheap online that’s well-liked by Northern Cardinals. I ordered a five pound bag of Wagner’s Black Oil Sunflower Seed and wanted to take a closer look at it to see if it’s a quality bird seed.
Hi there! Dan the Bird Seed Man here coming at you with another review. Today, I’m writing a post to detail my experience with Morning Song Sunflower Hearts & Chips.
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.
I recently bought the Kingsyard two-for-one seed and suet hopper bird feeder from Amazon. It has a unique design and I wanted to test if it would be a good fit for my rotating suet and seed bird feeders.
It’s great to have a pair of quality binoculars for birdwatching. Yes, you can see a ton of birds while you’re out and about. But having binoculars allows you to get a closer look at more details.
I recently purchased a bag of Old Potters Wildlife Sunflower Chips & Hearts from Amazon on a sale. I got a three pound bag to test it out as a quality bird seed for my neighborhood Northern Cardinals.
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.
Ahhh Costco…it’s a store that fills me with an equal mix of wonder and anxiety. The prices and things you’ll find are tough to beat. So, when I saw a giant bag of Costco Bird seed, I had to get it.
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I’ve tested a ton of suet for bird feeding over the years and the Attractor Peanut Suet Plugs are one of my favorite products to use for my birch log suet feeder. I’ve witnessed Downy, Hairy, and Red-Bellied Woodpeckers all eat this regularly.