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Feed birds responsibly this winter

Long, bitter-cold winter nights can be hard on wild birds, so a hanging bird feeder filled with fresh bird food is an important part of helping them survive and thrive. But if you choose to feed your backyard birds, be sure to do it responsibly by using these tips:


  • Once you start feeding wild birds, continue throughout the cold season.
  • Locate your bird feeder in a sheltered area, out of heavy rains and blustery wind, so feed stays dry.
  • Keep your feeder a safe distance — at least 8 to 10 feet — from shrubbery where prowling house cats might hide.
  • Clean feeders regularly to prevent diseases. Scrape bird droppings and moldy food off feeders and rinse or wipe clean with a disinfectant solution of one part vinegar to 20 parts water. Allow feeders to dry before refilling.
  • If you build a feeder, avoid using plywood, because some birds will eat the glue.
  • Store birdseed in a tight, waterproof container to keep it dry and out of reach of rodents.

Not all birdseed mixes will suit all wild birds. Some birds, including finches and grosbeaks, eat only seeds and nuts. Others, such as chickadees, nuthatches, and woodpeckers, rely on both plant and animal sources of food.

Experts recommend black oil sunflower seed as one of the best single seeds to attract a variety of birds to your feeder.
Setting out high-energy suet, a highquality animal fat, provides birds with a good supplemental source of high-calorie fat during winter when they’re expending so much extra energy trying to take care of themselves in harsh weather.