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Hanging A Birdfeeder

Choosing a good location and sturdy hanger will ensure that your feathered friends keep coming back. This is a guide about hanging a bird feeder.


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July 19, 2011

To secure a bird feeder and keep the squirrels from getting to it, use fishing to hang it. The squirrels have a difficult time hanging onto the line.

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August 23, 2011

I would like to have a bird feeder on my back deck, but I am concerning about having "droppings" on the deck. Is there any particular design that would be good to help avoid this aspect of having a bird feeder. My deck has a railing all around it so possibly there is some way I could position a feeder that would work.

Thank you.

By Sally P.


September 19, 20110 found this helpful

Check right at Lowes or online at
I recently shopped for one that clamps onto my deck & had to look extra hard to find one that hangs inside of my deck. The style you would want, hanging towards the outside fo your deck, is much mpre available.


I have in fact saw one right at Lowes and a number of them online at Just put deck clamp hanger in the search box and a nice variety will pop up.

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January 29, 20170 found this helpful

The ground underneath a bird feeder can easily become littered with scattered seed. This is a guide about keeping things tidy beneath a birdfeeder.

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June 2, 20050 found this helpful

A simple bird feeder outside my office window is within my line of vision while I work. I can see and hear birds while I work. It's nice and relaxing background music and a way to bring the outdoors in.


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