Peanut Wreath instruction manual (10760,10765,10745)
- The peanut wreath is a unique, easy access peanut-in-shell feeder. It is one of the few feeders available that properly dispenses whole peanuts in shell.
- It attracts jays, woodpeckers, nuthatches, and other peanut loving birds.
- Jays will usually pull whole peanuts out and fly into the tree to eat them, woodpeckers and nuthatches will pick the peanuts right out of the shells. Be sure to clean out empty shells when refilling your wreath!
- Squirrels love whole peanuts in shell. This feeder can also be placed away from other feeders and used as a distraction allowing birds to feed undisturbed. If you wish to protect the wreath from squirrels, hang it well away from the ground and protect it with a squirrel baffle.
- Assemble peanut wreath.
- Turn top of coil sideways and pour handfuls of peanuts into it until full. Several Pinebush small suet balls can be included to increase activity.
- Hang wreath in your backyard and watch the action!
Additional uses for the wreath feeder
- In the spring season fill wreath with nesting material for the birds to use, or with orange sections for the orioles to eat.
- Use as a wreath and fill with seasonal decorations, or candy and chocolates.
- Pull the wires of the coil apart at the bottom and plant a succulent and live moss in it to create a living wreath! Water with an indoor plant mister.
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