Last Updated on March 9, 2022 by Sam
The first birds have started to appear in the feeder and if you don’t want them to come back again, it’s time for a new one.
The future of bird feeders is uncertain because these days people are using different types of food than they did before like peanuts and sunflower seeds instead of suet cakes.
Birds will not come to a new feeder for a few days. If you want to attract birds quickly, it is best to put up multiple feeders. Read more in detail here: birds not coming to new feeder.
Why are no birds coming to my new bird feeder?
A: I am not sure what you mean by birds but if you are referring to the birds that come to your bird feeder, they might be scared of the new feeder. Birds are very social creatures and will often avoid anything that is unfamiliar or different. If this is the case, try adding a few pieces of fruit to the bottom of your feeder so it doesnt look as scary.
Should you put bird feeders close together?
A: This is a difficult question to answer. There are pros and cons to putting bird feeders close together. If you have birds that like to eat from the ground, it can be more difficult for them to get food if they are spread out. However, if you put them too close together, it can be harder for the birds to find enough food. Its best to try different distances in order to see what works best for your environment.
How far should a bird feeder be from the house?
A: The distance of a bird feeder from the house is dependent on how many birds you want to feed. If you have only one bird, then the bird feeder should be close to the house. If you have more than one bird, then the distance between the two will depend on how much space they need to fly around in.
Birds are a very interesting animal. They will come to feeders if they have enough food, but how long before birds come to a new feeder? Reference: how to get birds to come to feeder.
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