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Rating: 4

Cardinals won't eat the corn & cherries

posted 5 years ago

I tried this a couple of times, but the cardinals pick out the sunflower and safflower seeds and leave the rest. Maybe if that was all that was there, they'd eat it too. I just put out safflower and sunflower for the birds. There's less waste that way.

Pros: Easy to find, mediocre price range

Cons: Cherries & corn get picked out

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