Earlier this year, we brought in some really cool feeders made of felled wood. Each feeder is unique since it is cut and cored from real trees and from a variety of tree species.
Our feeder is made of cherry, but there are also ones made of walnut, hackberry, sycamore, honey locust, birch and more. What I like about the feeder besides the one-of-a-kind uniqueness is the versatility of the feeder and the fact that the birds really do like it!
I filled mine with shelled peanuts and spread Bark Butter® on the outside, giving me two feeders in one. I've posted most of the birds that have eaten from the feeder ranging from reliable chickadees to Rose-breasted Grosbeaks to a Black-throated Blue Warbler.
I would recommend that you hang this feeder on a squirrel-proof set-up like our WBU Advanced Pole System, so your squirrels won't take a toll on the feeder and food. As winter nears, I'll keep mine filled with high-energy peanuts with a little Bark Butter on the side, literally.
Scroll on down to enjoy all the birds that have visited my feeder. Feeders are available as of this writing at Wild Birds Unlimited - Saratoga Springs NY. They are made one-by-one in Ohio and birdhouses (bark-covered and turned) are also available.