Calling all bird lovers! Pick up your wild bird seed at Pasturas Los Alazanes. We now stock Kaylor of Colorado bird seed, including canary, finch, parrot, macaw, rodent, rabbit and more!
Kaylor of Colorado Wild Bird Seed – Premium bird food made in Greeley, Colorado from locally sourced ingredients. Contains NATURAL seeds, fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Made with natural ingredients that birds search for in nature. Contains no processed pellets or artificial coloring.
Feeding wild birds in the winter is important as food sources for birds slow in the winter. Read our proven tips and techniques to help you quickly enjoy beautiful wild birds found around your yard.
Most bird feeders are designed to attract a wide variety of wild bird species but some have features which appeal to certain species such as Goldfinches and woodpeckers. An excellent feeder design to start with is a “hopper” feeder with wide ledges which presents black-oil sunflower seeds for big and small birds already living in your backyard. This approach ensures that you will attract beautiful wild birds quickly by using the seeds they prefer.
Place your feeder so you can view it from a favorite room or chair. Think of a picture window, deck railing, patio, comfortable armchair or breakfast table. Some feeders are designed to attach to your window pane.
Your birds also need to enjoy where your feeder is placed to make sure it’s near plant or tree cover for protection from the weather and safety, yet easily found too.
Take an old, white t-shirt or towel and place it on the ground beneath your feeder (whether mounted on a pole or hanging from a hook or branch). Take a handful of black-oil sunflower seeds and sprinkle them on your “target”. Birds follow other birds’ feeding patterns so when the first bird finds these seeds, you and your feeder are in business!
Re-fill your feeder as often as necessary to encourage your backyard birds to enjoy your feeder every day too.
Stop by your local Pasturas Los Alazanes in Dallas and Balch Springs for Wild Delight, Kaylor of Colorado and our own bulk seed mixes, assorted bird treats, and bird feeders.
Source: National Bird-Feeding Society