How to Attract More Birds with Peanuts


Peanuts and Suets offer an exceptional high fat food source to the birds. Peanuts are a high-energy food enjoyed by a wide variety of birds including woodpeckers, titmice, nuthatches, chickadees, jays and more. With the shells removed, they're accessible to more species of bird. They’re 100% edible and are high in both protein and fat. Birds will often grab a peanut from a feeder and then carry it off to cache for a later meal. Peanuts in the shell are a high-protein, high-fat food enjoyed by birds such as chickadees, titmice, woodpeckers, nuthatches and jays. They’re also a fun way to feed other backyard visitors including squirrels. Shop Peanut and Specialty Feeders here. 

We have so many beautiful and fun ways to feed suets.. From a simple wire cage, cylinder suet feeders, Bark Butter specific suet feeders, Eco Tough Suet Plug Suet Feeders,  decorative log cylinder feeders, Suet Sandwich Feeders, to our Tail Prop Suet Feeders. Our Tail Prop Feeders are specially designed to allow woodpeckers to prop their stiff tail feathers against the paddle for extra support while they feed, which mimic a natural feeding position for the birds. Shop online or instore for an impressive variety of suet feeders

Suet is a high-energy, pure-fat substance that supplements birds’ daily diet year-round and is particularly helpful when finding insects to eat is difficult. All of our suets and no-melt suets contain high-quality ingredients, providing critical fats and calories and making every trip to the feeder count. Also, WBU suet is rendered to help remove some of the impurities that can cause spoilage.

Suet allows you to feed the birds year round. Offer No-Melt Suet when seasonal temperatures are above 95º F and Suet when temperatures are below 95ºF. No-Melt Suet is designed to withstand temperatures up to 130° F.

Offering suet at a backyard feeding station is one way to attract a greater diversity of insect-eating birds. Birds that eat suet will still find natural food sources, such as insects, insect eggs and larvae for a well-rounded diet. Birds that eat both insects and seeds, like chickadees and nuthatches, will also visit suet feeders.