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Feeders by Type
East Bay Nature carries a broad range of bird feeders including tube feeders, hopper feeders, ground feeders, suet feeders, squirrel feeders, oriole, butterfly and hummingbird feeders from these manufacturers*:

There are several types of feeders available and most fit into one of three categories. Click the links in the headings for more information about these feeders.

Feeder Preferences

Bird Tube Feeder Hopper Feeder Platform / Hanging Platform / Ground Suet Cage Nectar Feeder
Acorn Woodpecker x x x x
American Crow x x
American Goldfinch x x x
American Robin x x
Annas Hummingbird x
Allen's Hummingbird x
Bewick's Wren x x x x x
Bushtit x x x x
Band-tailed Pigeon x x x
Black-headed Grosbeak x x x x
Brewer's Blackbird x x x x
California Quail x x
California Towhee x x
Cedar Waxwing x
Chestnut-backed Chickadee x x x x
Common Raven x x
Downy Woodpecker x x x x
Golden-crowned Sparrow x x
Hermit Thrush x x
Hooded Oriole x
House Finch x x x
House Sparrow x x x x
Lesser Goldfinch x x x
Mourning Dove x x x
Northern Bullock's Oriole x
Northern Flicker x x x
Northern Mockingbird x x
Nutalls Woodpecker x x x x
Oak Titmouse x x x x
Oregon Junco x x x x
Pheasant, Wild Turkey x x
Pine Siskin x x x x
Red-breasted Nuthatch x x x x
Red-winged Blackbird x x x x
Ruby-crowned Kinglet x x
Rufous Hummingbird x
Scrub Jay x x x x x
Spotted Towhee x x
Steller's Jay x x x x x
Varied Thrush x x
Western Bluebird x x
White-breasted Nuthatch x x x x
White-crowned Sparrow x x
Yellow-rumped Warbler x x x x
At the Water Cooler

I like to spend time at my bird baths occasionally just to listen to what the birds are saying--latest rumors, how things have gone with the breeding season this year, who’s here for the winter, who has left, any complaints about bird seed, repairs needed on nesting boxes--stuff like that. The birds are pretty vocal generally unless something unusual happens.

I was refilling my largest bird bath recently and waited until, one-on-one,

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East Bay Times Article

Attracting birds and bees to our yards and gardens is simple, if we provide what they like and need.

Joanie Smith, owner of East Bay Nature in Walnut Creek, says there are five essential elements for success — water, food, cover, nesting and safety.

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