My backyard birds really love Mr. Bird’s nut and seed logs! I have offered both varieties, alternating between PecanFeast and WildBird Feast, and getting lots of action on both! I’ve seen nuthatches, chickadees, Downy Woodpeckers, Northern Flickers,Song Sparrows, House Finches, and even a Black-headed Grosbeak feasting on them.
Both Mr. Bird’s PecanFeast and Mr. Bird’s WildBird Feast logs contain plenty of pecans! PecanFeast also has peanuts, while the WildBird Feast mixes pecans with black oil sunflower, sunflower hearts, and a little millet. I use the EZ Feeder, a simple wire feeder designed for the logs.
I already have plenty for the neighborhood squirrels to eat, so I try to preserve this treat for birds only. My EZ Feeder hangs from on a Double Shepherd’s Hook complete with a squirrel baffle.
Shown in this photo is the WildBird Feast, the third log that I’ve offered in my yard. The second one, a PecanFeast, lasted about 3 weeks. Of course, the first time I hung out a nut and seed log , it lasted even longer as I waited for birds to find it and get used to it.
PecanFeast and WildBird Feast both come in two sizes. While you can get a 32 oz. or 72 oz. sized PecanFeast. WildBird Feast sizes vary slightly (28 and 72 oz.) All contain nuts and seeds with no fillers; mine didn’t melt in our hottest summer weather.
While I was trying to snap this picture, chickadees, nuthatches and even a Downy Woodpecker fussed at me from nearby branches, insisting that I get out of the way of their dinner!