The holes on this bird feeder are meant to be filled with protein-rich bird food, such as suet or peanut butter. Woodpeckers, cardinals, and chickadees use their feet to grip rough surfaces, such as tree branches like this one, and then use their beaks to bore into the bark and devour insects and caterpillars. During the winter months, a feeder like this is great for providing these beautiful birds with the protein they need.
This listing is for one natural, unfinished log bird feeder. A screw eye is firmly affixed to the log, and you can hang your feeder with a small chain, rope, or even from a hook attached to a house or tree. With your order, you'll also received a recipe sheet of different homemade feeds you can make to use with this feeder.
Dimensions: 10" long by approximately 2" across