Bird Feeders: The Keys to Summer
A Summer Staple
Birdsong is as deeply woven into our memories of summer as iced tea and sunshine, and there's nothing like an Amish handmade bird feeder to bring the singers to your yard! The United States is home to hundreds of species of singing bird, each with its own preferred food and migration pattern. By choosing the right kind of feeder and the right kind of food, you can ensure that your garden is the place to be when your neighborhood's singers arrive.
The Right Choice
Our feeders come in a wide array of shapes and sizes, each specialized to a different group or species of bird. DutchCrafters is also proud to offer a wide range of handmade poly feeders in addition to our more traditional wooden feeders. Click here for a quick guide to the differences between the two.
Now that you've got an idea of the kind of bird feeder that's right for your space, you're ready to go! Simply click here for our DutchCrafters guide to easy-to-make, crowd-pleasing recipes for your bird food! Each of our recipes is designed to be easy enough for even kids to create with a little supervision and guidance from an adult.
And don't worry - each and every one of our feeders is made from American materials in Amish woodshops in Ohio, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. These workers support their local communities in the same way they always have, with their commitment to quality and the pride they take in their work leading them to create pieces that last decades longer than anything else on the market. Each of our handmade bird feeders has a story, and it's a story that begins at home.
So, gather the family and get ready to fill your garden with birdsong - summer is calling! Order one of our many American made bird feeders or bird house. You can reach one of our birding specialists at 1-941-867-2233.
Shop our wide variety of wood birdfeeders, poly bird feeders, seed feeders, suet feeders, decorative bird houses, poly bird houses, fence mounted bird houses, squirrel proof feeders, pole mounted bird feeders and hanging feeders all proudly Amish made in the USA!