Monday, July 28, 2008

New Bird Food...Better Than Bird Seed!

Jim’s Birdacious®
Bark Butter®

Bark Butter is an entirely new class of birdfood and there is no other
product available that is marketed for the same use as Bark Butter.
Jim’s Birdacious Bark Butter is eaten by more species of birds than any other single bird food available on the market!

Bark Butter was developed from Jim Carpenter, founder of the Wild Birds Unlimited franchise, from a recipe for “spreadable suet” that combines peanut butter, suet and corn in a unique way. Jim has mixed his own secret recipe for Bark Butter in his kitchen for 20 years originally to attract Brown Creepers but found with nationwide trials that it attracts over 50 species of birds.
To learn more about Jim's Birdacious Bark Butter you may contact me at
Below is a list of the species that actually ate Bark Butter during testing throughout North America. We tested with 12 stores and staff at the Wild Birds Unlimited Franchise Support Center.

• Pileated Woodpecker
• Northern Flicker
• Hairy Woodpecker
• Downy Woodpecker
• Red-bellied Woodpecker
• Nuttall’s Woodpecker
• Blue Jay
• Western Scrub Jay
• Steller’s Jay
• Black capped Chickadee
• Carolina Chickadee
• Chestnut-backed Chickadee
• Tufted Titmouse
• Oak Titmouse
• Bushtit
• Red-breasted Nuthatch
• White-breasted Nuthatch
• Brown Creeper
• Carolina Wren
• House Wren
• Bewick's Wren
• Cactus Wren
• Curve-billed Thrasher
• Crissal Thrasher
• Eastern Bluebird
• American Robin
• Swainson’s Thrush
• Gray-cheeked Thrush
• Gray Catbird
• Northern Mockingbird
• Brown Thrasher
• Curve-billed Thrasher
• European Starling
• Yellow throated warbler
• Townsend's Warbler
• Cardinals
• Rose-breasted Grosbeak
• Canyon Towhee
• House Sparrow
• White crowned Sparrow
• Chipping Sparrow
• American Tree Sparrow
• Song Sparrow
• Dark-eyed Junco
• Red-winged Blackbird
• Brown-headed Cowbird
• Common Grackle
• House Finches
• Bullock’s Oriole
• Hooded Oriole
• Scott's Oriole
• Western Tanager

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