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12 Comments on How to Make a Woodpecker Suet Feeder

  1. Wow, how very industrious of you! I’m going to try it for sure . . . as soon as I glue the windchimes back together (snow casualty), install the garden arbor and fence around patio, break out the broken sidewalk on the side of the house, pull up all those dang winter weeds…..and more and more and more. If it would only warm up so I can start on my list!

    • LOL! There’s always so much to do in the garden, isn’t there? I must admit that it took a couple of years before I got around to doing the woodpecker feeder. Now I’m staring at packets of seeds that I still haven’t started, grass that needs raking, perennials that need cutting back, dead leaves that need to be removed from the beds, etc. and I know that it just won’t happen any time soon…

  2. I’ve seen birds really go for those type of feeders. More than one bird at a time can share. I’ve also seen peanut butter placed in those holes. Might be easier than softening suet. 🙂

  3. Phillip Pence

    Read your instructions and decided to make this feeder. Looks great. Ready to hang and feed the birds. Any restrictions to hanging height?

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