Sunflower seeds are the favorite seed of most wild
birds and tend to attract larger songbirds because they have larger beaks and
are able to crack open the striped shell. The larger, thicker shells of striped
sunflower help deter nuisance visitors like grackles and black birds. Striped
sunflower can be fed from tube, hopper or tray feeders.
You will see some magnificent creatures like
Cardinals, Jays, Chickadees, Evening and Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, Titmice, and
Woodpeckers enjoying this gourmet seed!