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Duncraft Just Debuted Brand New Bird Feeders—Here’s Our Favorites

From tray feeders to peanut butter feeders, you won't want to miss out on Duncraft's new releases.

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A female cardinal, sparrow and chickadee sitting at a platform feeder.Via Duncraft

Bird-Safe Arch Platform Feeder

This recycled plastic platform feeder is large enough to attract a variety of birds, including cardinals, sparrows and chickadees. The perforated metal tray is easy to clean and allows seeds to stay dry without falling through the holes. $70 at Duncraft.

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Two birds at a peanut butter feeder.Via Duncraft

Flutter Butter Feeder

The Flutter Butter feeder couldn’t make it easier to feed birds peanut butter. Just screw on one of the handy peanut butter pods to refill it and watch the birds go wild. $9, not including the peanut butter canisters, at Duncraft.

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Two chickadees and a goldfinch stop for a treat at a feeder.Via Duncraft

Grandview Feeding Station

This kit has it all. The hopper holds up to 4 lbs. of sunflower seeds or shelled peanuts that drop onto two tiers of feeding trays. The pole that comes with the kit is adjustable and can be set up to 6 feet tall. Plus, it comes with a squirrel baffle to keep pesky seed-snatchers at bay. $160 at Duncraft. Psst—here’s 12 more tips for squirrel-proof bird feeders.

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Golfinches flock to a hanging platform feeder.Via Duncraft

Blue Diamond Hanging Feeder

This feeder boasts a geometric design that allows birds to go back and forth to the feeding tray from multiple angles. A clear plastic roof allows for better bird-watching and keeps the tray dry. Like most traditional trays, it can hold a variety of foods like large seeds and dried fruits. It’s also available in red. $60 at Duncraft.

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A cardinal snacks at a feeder while two goldfinches wait patiently. Via Duncraft

Cardinal Landing Tray Feeder

Give birds a natural perch by adding branches to the hopper-style tray feeder. It’s big enough to cater to larger birds and the branches give smaller birds a place to perch when cardinals come and take over the feeder. $90 at Duncraft.

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A woodpecker visiting a suet feeder. Via Duncraft

Bird-Safe Tail Prop Double Suet Feeder

Nuthatches and woodpeckers will love clinging to the side of this feeder to peck at the suet. It fits up to two standard suet cakes and the large lower section makes it more comfortable for woodpeckers of all sizes. $50 at Duncraft.

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A fox, owl and raccoon seed ornament. Via Duncraft

Woodland Friends Seed Ornaments

Hang these cute birdseed woodland friends to add some flair to your yard. Birds will love them, too! $30 at Duncraft.

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Rachel Maidl
Rachel Maidl is a senior editor for Birds & Blooms magazine. She enjoys bird-watching in her urban backyard and local state parks, gardening for pollinators and researching new plants. Her favorite backyard visitors are the bumblebees that visit her sedums.

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