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  • Festive Nesting Wreath

    Festive Nesting Wreath

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  • Window Suet Feeder

    Window Suet Feeder

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    Woodpecker Mix

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    Acorn Peanut Feeder

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    Curious Kitten Treat Feeder

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  • Sheltered Songbird Feeder
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    Woodpecker Nest Box

    1 for $39.99
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  • Bird Feeder Thermometer

    Bird Feeder Thermometer

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  • Sounds of Nature Bird Feeder

    Sounds of Nature Bird Feeder

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  • Ladybug Solar Bird Feeder

    Ladybug Solar Bird Feeder

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  • Songbird Magnet

    Songbird Magnet

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  • Shelled Peanuts

    Shelled Peanuts

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  • Raspberry Red Feeder

    Raspberry Red Feeder

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    Sunflower Meats

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  • Premium Mix for Fruit And Nut Lovers
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Woodpeckers, with their big personalities, bold markings and bright colors, are a favorite at backyard feeders. These insect-eating birds tap on tree trunks to find insects and make nest cavities. Want to attract woodpeckers to your yard? Place suet, sunflower seeds, millet, peanuts and peanut butter in feeders. You'll also attract woodpeckers by offering fresh water for drinking and bathing in a birdbath. Because they often live in woodlands and forests, make your yard more attractive to woodpeckers by planting trees or shrubs close together. If you have a dead tree that's safe to leave standing, you may also attract woodpeckers by leaving it standing in your yard.
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