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5 Ways to HOST A Backyard Banquet
Hosting a lively backyard banquet is as easy as setting the right table (bird feeder) and serving a palatable menu (seed). Your guests can provide the entertainment and the music.
1. Rose-breasted Grosbeak
Plates piled high with black oil sunflower seeds will water the beaks of these highly desired songbirds. They also enjoy sides of safflower, thistle and corn.
Artisan-crafted Crab Apple Bird Feeder hosting a Rose-breasted Grosbeak
2. Indigo Bunting
Every banquet needs music and this guest sings with a cheerful gusto while dining on small seeds such as thistle or nyjer. While certainly not the most presentable dish these bouncy songbirds also love mealworms.
Indigo Bunting perched on a powder-coated, steel Velvet Queen Bird Feeder.
Bring these North American beauties to your banquet by serving large seeds such as sunflower, safflower, peanuts or cracked corn. Black sunflower seeds are an absolute favorite and must have for any backyard party.
Cardinals enjoying "French" cuisine on a Magnolia Bird Feeder.
4. American Goldfinch
These gregarious guests are the life of the party. Their diet consists entirely of seeds so make sure a songbird mix consisting of sunflower hearts, thistle and nyjer is on the menu.
Goldfinch dining on a beautifully sculpted, steel Coneflower Bird Feeder.
Peanut butter, that’s right, this delectable treat is a favorite of these head pounding beauties. They also enjoy a seed mix full of peanuts, black oil sunflower seeds and the ever pretty mealworm.
An evening departure from his day's woodworking to feast on a luxury Sunflower Bird Feeder.
Uninvited guests are NEVER welcome. To learn more about keeping these party crashers out click the link below.
A rude intruder stealing a lavish meal prepared for invited guests.