Single Cake Suet Cage Bird Feeder - Floral
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This floral suet feeder is the perfect addition to any garden or outdoor space!
This single cake suet feeder is constructed from durable solid steel with weather-resistant, powder-coated finish. This feeder is easy to care for & easy to clean.
In addition to the extended perching area for larger birds, the cage grid design of this feeder allows birds ample space for clinging to feed! The roof-locking hanger helps prevent squirrels from accessing the suet cakes.
Feeder capacity - single suet cake
Durable solid steel construction with weather-resistant, powder-coated finish
Extended perching area for larger birds
The species of birds attracted to this suet feeder will vary based on the suet cakes that you use, as well as your location.
The feeder can hold a multitude of different types of suet. We would recommend starting with a Meadow Ridge Farms suet cake!
Capacity: 1 suet cake
Inside Dimensions - Feeder 6.5”H x 6.7”W x 4”D With Hanger 10.75"H x 6.7"W x 4"D
ALL ABOUT SUET
What is it & why should I choose it?
Suet is a Crowd Favorite!
Trusted By Customers. Loved by Birds.
What is suet?
Bird suet is a high-energy food made from rendered animal fat, typically mixed with various seeds, grains, fruits, and nuts. It is designed to provide essential nutrients and calories for birds, especially during colder months when their natural food sources may be scarce.
When should I offer suet to the birds?
Bird suet can be offered year-round, but it is especially beneficial during the colder seasons, such as autumn and winter. Birds need additional energy to stay warm when temperatures drop, making suet an excellent supplement to their diet.
How should I store my suet?
Store bird suet in a cool, dry place to prevent spoilage or melting. If you live in a warmer climate, it's best to store suet in the refrigerator to maintain its freshness.
How long do suet cakes last?
The frequency of suet feeder refills depends on the number of birds visiting and the size of the feeder. In busy bird areas, you may need to refill the suet feeder every few days, while in quieter areas, it could last a week or more.
Where should I place my suet feeder?
Some aspects to keep in mind when finding the ideal suet feeder location are the height of feeder, nearby cover, accessibility, and protection from predators or the elements. By following these guidelines, and observing the birds' behavior, you can find the perfect spot to place your bird suet feeder, attracting a variety of feathered visitors to your yard while keeping them safe & comfortable.