Do starlings dominate your suet feeder? 

Do starlings dominate your suet feeder?  If you’re starting to think that only shiny, black birds with yellow beaks eat your suet, consider a starling-resistant suet feeder.  Try an upside down suet feeder and rest assured those pesky starlings will no longer dominate.  Covered by a wood or metal roof, upside-down suet feeders force birds to cling and feed underneath.  Bushtits, flickers, woodpeckers, chickadees, and most songbirds can feed this way, but starlings have trouble.  Or, eliminate any chance of a starling getting so much as a beakful by introducing a starling-proof suet feeder.  A cage surrounds the suet, with openings too small for a starling to enter.