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C&S Suet Feeder

C&S Wild Bird Suet Baskets are a necessary key to successful wild bird feeding. Our vinyl coated wire bird feeders come in a variety of sizes and styles, including our new EZ Fill design.

An empty feed basket means happy wild birds! Our feeding baskets are also designed to be easy on wild bird feet with a vinyl coating that insures the feet will not freeze to the basket in winter, and will not burn in summer. We also provide innovative feeders, such as our patented Thistle Sack specifically designed for Finch feeding. We have baskets for all your suet feeding needs.

C&S Baskets represent the broadest line of non-seed feeders available in the industry. Wild birds love to feed off them and they are easy to fill, use and refill whenever needed. They will provide you and your family hours of enjoyment from watching nature in action. If you wish to have more information about a particular feeder or item, select from the list below and you will be directed to product information about that feeder.

  • Easy fill design
  • Baskets are also designed to be easy on wild bird feet the vinyl coating insures that feet will not freeze to the basket in winter and will not roast in summer
  • Plastic coated black wire basket with chain hanger

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Another Conversation...

A few years back I had an interesting discussion with a Western Scrub-Jay. We talked about how smart and intelligent the corvid family was. Well, the jay did mostly. I just listened. The corvid family, which includes jays, both Scrub and Stellerís, crows, ravens and magpies, are known for their smarts. Too smart for their own good sometimes, but you have to admire them for their cleverness.

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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 ó water, food, cover, nesting and safety.

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