[NAFEX] attract birds into apple tree?
phainopepla at yahoo.com
Thu May 26 13:28:16 EDT 2005
Suet is a great way to attract insect eating birds but
a cage will not keep the squirrels away. The best
thing to do if you want to keep the squirrels off of
it would be to use plain suet rather than the kind
with seeds in it. When the squirrels go after the
suet, usually they are interested in the seeds more
than the suet itself. Same with raccoons and possums.
--- Charles Paradise <machelp at attglobal.net> wrote:
> Just now I saw a chickadee in the Northern Spy apple
> tree. I don't know if chickadees are insect-eating
> birds, but what means are available to attract
> insect-eating birds into a tree?
> Such as:
> 1] Suet? If so, how prevent squirrels from
> accessing suet? Is a simple suet cage enough?
> 2] Growing intentionally some insects that would
> release from the apple tree to provide an attaction
> for insect-eating birds to visit the tree?
> Charlie Paradise, Massachusetts
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