This is one example of backyard landscaping ideas that incorporates Bird Feeder Pole Systems to feed wild birds. Start by creating what I call a Bird Island with pavers. The one above uses 22 rectangular and 20 tapered EP Henry - English Garden Wall pavers. This paver type allows each to be flush against the other for a 14.5 ft long by 10.5 ft wide continuous wall divider. Each paver also has a 1" bottom ridge to be able to make an offset multi-tier wall if desired. The landscape is completed with ornamental grasses, flowers and plants with wood chip ground cover.
One of the Bird Feeder Poles on the left is a Squirrel Stopper Pro with four hanger arms and a large black cylinder Pole Squirrel Baffle below to squirrel proof the bird feeders above. The pole is mounted 8-10 ft away from any object a squirrel can launch a sideways jump from. The 4 bird feeders are designed especially for different types of bird seed to attract a great variety of songbirds.
The smaller of the Bird Feeder Poles on the right is a Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder Pole. You can hang of all kinds Bird Feeders, Birdhouses or hanging plants. It is shown here with a Audubon Wood Wren Birdhouse and a hanging plant.
Bird Baths complete any bird sanctuary by offering water. Copper bird baths are naturally anti-bacteria and are very attractive. A Hammer Copper Bird Bath makes a beautiful addition. Water is necessary for life and will attract wild birds that don't normally visit bird feeders. A catbird is a good example.
Come see more backyard landscape ideas with Bird Feeder Pole Systems and information on the birding components that can all be found at Backyard Wild Birds website.
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