|by Ross H||Date Added: Sunday 11 August, 2013|
There have been flocks and flocks of birds hanging out in my yard since using this stuff.The only downside is that the increase of birds are going through the regular seed in the birdhouse quicker than I can refill it!
|by Margaret||Date Added: Saturday 10 August, 2013|
Have already gone through several bags of this suet. Works well in the hanging baskets. All the birds seem to really like this year round. Know they esp can use the extra energy during breeding season.
|by L. Hamilton||Date Added: Saturday 13 July, 2013|
I was using just a nijer feeder which the non-finches couldn't access. Tried the nuggets and have attracted so many new birds....Very satisfied!
|by Carla Rei||Date Added: Friday 21 June, 2013|
The filled cylinder feeder, designed for these Peanut Nuggets, have attracted a new bird species never before seen in my yard in the 26 years I've lived in my woodland neighborhood, primarily the Pileated Woodpecker (they are absolutely magnificent birds). The Red-Tailed Flicker, Chickadees, and Starlings are also far more prevalent then ever before. I have, however, had to install a baffle to prevent my ever present squirrels from taking over the feeder, as they love suet too. Highly recommended if you want to attract suet loving birds.
|by Peggy Jackson "P. Soup"||Date Added: Saturday 13 April, 2013|
The birds love these nuggets. However, you can buy them a lot cheaper at Walmart for about half the price.
|by Charles R Bauer||Date Added: Monday 01 April, 2013|
The woodpeckers (Hairy and Downy) and nuthatches (including Rose Breasted) eat the nuggets regulary. Chickadees occasionally will take a nugget as well.