Art (bequik)

by Art (bequik)
(Ransomville NY)




Pics of cage feeders and caged tube feeders that work well for me...

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Mar 15, 2015
Brooks question NEW
by: Art

Brook if im correct I think in one of your posts your in the Adirondack area (Lotta Ground)if your in the area of Saratoga Springs Wild Birds Unlimited lists a store on Rt 50 Hope this Helps ...My Grandparents had a place on rt 30 just below the intersection with Rt 28 Used to be a Grocery store nd Gas Station on the left corner of the intersection coming north from Indian lake .....Any way hope if im right this helps ..Art

Mar 15, 2015
Answer to Brook NEW
by: Art (bequik)

Brook in answer to your questions,The Dinner Bell Feeders and the cages are available from Wild Birds Unlimited as are the suet feeders,Check online for a store in your area or you can order online There so easy to load and clean the bottom dish threads on just spin it off clean dish and dome load and spin on Plus they use an anti microbe in the Plastic I set up the suet feeders this way so only birds capable of hang feeding can use keeps starlings,crackles,blackbirds etc..frustrated You can set the suet brackets up 3 or 4 ways whatever works in your area...As I said earlier if theres a Wild Birds Unlimited store in your area go visit if there like the folks in my area its worth the trip Good Luck and Enjoy The Spring .....Hope to see some posts from you Enjoy ..Art

Mar 12, 2015
art (bequik)
by: Brook

hey Bequik,

Did you make the cages for the feeders yourself or buy them? I haven't seen these in the store. If you did buy them could you tell what stores carry them? Is there a purpose for the suet hanging like it is?

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