Bird Feeder Checklist from Landworks Commercial Lawn Care Team
Commercial lawn care is something we love to discuss at Landworks. During the cold winter months in Johnson County, when plant life goes inactive, this means talking about a wider range of topics than might be expected. As part of these efforts, here is a list of commercial lawn care professional tips to properly own and maintain a bird feeder.
The type of bird feeder you need is important. Depending on the types of birds that reside in your area, you will need different types of seeds. Certain types of bird feeder don’t work as well with certain types of seeds. The hopper type bird feeder is considered one of the best bird feeders because it allows for different sized seeds to be dispersed. The tray on it allows for larger birds to feed.
Some other types of bird feeder include:
- Apron Feeders
- Belt Feeders
- Drag and Reclaim Feeders
- Reciprocating / Plate Feeders
- Scalper Feeders
- Wobbler Feeders
- Vibrating Pan Feeders
- Vibrating Grizzly Feeders