Muffin tin bird feeder

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Muffin tin bird feeder

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https://www.birdsandblooms.com/backyard ... ird-feeder

To me this is a neat idea as it is a smorgasbord. You can test out different foods to see what the birds would like. We have tried grape jelly but our birds didn't go for it. However, they did like orange slices!

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That's really clever. How does it hold up in the wind?

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KMO Studio wrote: June 15th, 2022, 7:17 pm That's really clever. How does it hold up in the wind?
Pretty well. However where I put my feeders, it's down in a tiny valley if you want to call it lol Then with the trees blocking the wind quite well, all of my feeders are okay. The only thing that DOES happen is when you get a big bird like a crow or Pileated woodpecker. They can whip the feeder around. They've knocked down sunflower seed & suet feeders before but the muffin tin has held up. Knock on wood though lol

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