Suet Plus Blend Cakes 11 oz Flavor: Woodpecker
Suet plus blend
I have beed buying various varieties of Suet Plus blend for several years and enjoy the fact that it draws a lot of different birds throughout the winter months. In addition the ordering process is simple and I am able to order several different kinds (flavors) of the suet inexpensively as opposed to other sites wher you need to buy in bulk (a single variety) to save
November 23, 2013
Dinner is served!
Within minutes of placing three suet cakes in the yard they were devoured by grackles, blackbirds, starlings, and an occasional bluejay. It was as though they knew what was coming. Fortunately, after that swarm left for other pickins elsewhere the "regulars"- sparrows, finches, downy woodpeckers, red-bellied woodpeckers, nuthatches, titmice, chickadees- came around and were served another round of suet cakes. The weather has just turned cold so I know they will be thriving on the fat they are consuming in the suet. Great stuff and great prices!
November 20, 2013
Birds love the flavors.
These suet cakes are great. They are easy to handle and unwrap afterwards and leave no messy residue on my suet feeder. I keep them in the refrigerator until I have to put the out, but I have kept them at room temperature and they do quite well. Although the birds, mainly sparrow and doves, like all the flavors and go through at least one a week, the one flavor they seem to like best and draws other birds like the occasional woodpecker, bluebird, cardinals, is the one with dehydrated mealy worms in it. I put out the cakes in December and stop them at the end of June. When they go on sale, I stock up on these cakes. Much cheaper and easier to use than birdseed.
January 4, 2013
My Chickadees Love This Product
This was my first time ordering the Suet Blend Plus cakes for our bird feeder. I ordered the sunflower seed blend, put two in the bird feeder, and waited. After a couple of days, the chickadees around our block discovered the feeder was up, and you'd think I had opened the swankiest chickadee bistro in NYC! Those little birds were all over the feeder, and more in the branches waiting for a space to open up. They really seem to love this product!
December 15, 2012