Best Foods for Winter Feeding

SUET

Pure Suet Energy Winter Feeding

The fat content in suet provides an excellent source of energy for your birds. We offer a wide selection of different suet cake blends to bring in different species of birds! 

BLACK OIL SUNFLOWER SEED

Almost any bird that will visit a bird feeder will eat black-oil sunflower. Your birds will get the most food per seed from black-oil, which also benefits you, the buyer!  

PEANUTS

Woodpeckers, Jays, Nuthatches, Chickadees, Titmice, and even Cardinals and Finches will readily visit your feeder for this high-protein, high-energy food!

MIXED SEED

Our Wild Garden Accents Special is the perfect mix to attract every backyard bird.


  • Black Oil Sunflower 
  • Hulled Sunflower 
  • Safflower
  • White Millet
  • Peanut Splits

CRACKED CORN

Sparrows, blackbirds, jays, doves, quail, and squirrels are just a few of the creatures you can expect at your feeders when you feed cracked corn!

MEALWORMS

Mealworms are a great source of protein. Insect loving birds that don’t normally come to feeders, like bluebirds, thrashers, and warblers, can be attracted to a dish of mealworms. Most feeder birds, except goldfinches, will eat mealworms if you offer them.