You can attract a variety of backyard birds with these common kitchen foods. You don't have to buy them just for the birds, you can give them leftovers. We eat a lot of apples from August through April and I cut mine by making 4 slices around the core, leaving behind a square core which I can break in half and toss out for the birds.
In the winter I try to share a bit more since it helps the wildlife even more. It's amazing how many critters enjoy banana peels. Only in winter though ... they have more favorite choices in good weather I guess, because they don't consume them when it's warm.
Here's a few ideas ....
Biggest fans: Eastern bluebird, pine grosbeak, gray catbird, northern cardinal, northern flicker, American robin, scarlet tanager, cedar waxwing and red-bellied woodpecker.
Serving suggestion: Slice them up and remove the seeds.
Biggest fans: Northern cardinal, gray catbird, gray jay, scarlet tanager.
Serving suggestion: Remove the peel and cut in half lengthwise.
Cooked pasta and rice
Biggest fans: Blue jay, brown thrasher, tufted titmouse, red-bellied woodpecker.
Serving suggestion: Serve both plain, and chop pasta into little bits to make it easier to eat.
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