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Rated 4 out of 5Â by EZ2BMEaz123 Overall, best I've found
I have been feeding birds at my house for years, and I have not found any birdseed that does what it says it is supposed to do. These products still attract birds, but not in the quantities advertised. Scotts birdseed is no different. It does not attract 2X more colorful birds in my opinion, but it does attract some. Nevertheless, I think it is a good product for the birds. Birds seem to like Scott's birdseed. I only see a few colorful birds when I feed them. However, that may be because there are just not many colorful species around my house. I mainly get sparrows and doves, although I do get some cardinals and blue jays. Scott's birdseed is also reasonably priced. You can find cheaper, but you will pay in quality. I'm happy with Scott's Songbird Selections bird seed, and I will probably continue using it.
July 17, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5Â by RMD91799 Good packaging, but...
I bought this product because it was supposed to attract more colorful birds. I liked the easy pour spout, it made it easy to fill the bird feeder. However, I did not see any colorful birds attracted to our feeder. Perhaps it's just our area, but all this seed attracted was sparrows. In the past, with other seeds, we have had cardinals, house finches, chickadees, nuthatches, juncos and grosbeaks come to our feeder. I'm going to try switching seeds and see if there are any changes.
June 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BrendaKing521 Bluejays and Cardinals!
Before using this product we harldy ever had bluejays or red birds. About 2 or 3 weeks after use we began attracting blue jays and cardinals in our back yard. We've always Scotts bird food as the birds just seem to like it better and it looks helthier.
October 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sclark Excellent health
I buy this because the seed quality loks and is healthier than other bird seed.
October 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by newfiegurl Worked like a charm!
The birds loved this food - it attracted purple finches, pine siskins, starlings, and goldfinches. The birds gobbled up all the food in the feeder within just a day or two. Just as a note, we added a few more raisins to the mixture.
June 29, 2012