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Bird feeders are devices that are used to feed wild birds with food. They can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from simple platforms for offering seeds to more complex feeders designed for specific types of food or to attract specific species of birds.
Some common types of bird feeders include:
Hopper feeders: These are tall, cylindrical feeders with a sloping roof and perches attached. They typically have a large seed-holding area and allow multiple birds to feed at once.
Tube feeders: These are skinny, cylindrical feeders that hold seeds in a clear plastic tube. They often have small ports with perches for birds to feed from.
Suet feeders: These are usually square or rectangular cages designed to hold suet cakes, which are made of rendered beef fat and other ingredients that are attractive to birds such as woodpeckers, nuthatches, and chickadees.
Hummingbird feeders: These are specialized feeders designed to hold nectar for hummingbirds. They typically have small red plastic ports for the birds to feed from and may also include built-in ant moats to keep ants from reaching the nectar.