Wild Birds Unlimited Offers Holiday Shoppers Birdfeeders That Keep Milk Jugs Out of Landfills
CARMEL, Ind.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--This holiday season Wild Birds Unlimited® is featuring a unique line of birdfeeders that turns garbage into earth-friendly gifts. EcoTough™ feeders prevent used milk jugs from being tossed into landfills, using up to 55 milk jugs in a single feeder.
As concerns for the environment continue to grow, more holiday shoppers are looking for ways to "go green." Wild Birds Unlimited (www.wbu.com) offers a variety of EcoTough feeders that are not only good for the environment, but they also make it easier for nature enthusiasts to enjoy the birds in their backyard.
The EcoTough Classic Too is a hopper style feeder with specially-designed curved ends that enable onlookers to have a better view of their feeding birds. The feeder also has perch drains which allow seeds to fall so ground-feeding birds can also have a meal.
Wild Birds Unlimited also carries an assortment of EcoTough suet feeders. Suet is a high-calorie, high-energy food source that birds, especially woodpeckers, love.
The EcoTough Tail Prop Suet Feeder allows birds to eat suet in a natural way. This feeder features a paddle that simulates a tree trunk, giving birds a place to prop their tail while they dine. The EcoTough Upside-Down Suet Feeder is designed to allow birds to feed from below, a comfortable practice for woodpeckers, chickadees and other clinging birds but difficult for disruptive birds such as starlings.
All Wild Birds Unlimited EcoTough feeders are extremely durable and come with a limited lifetime guarantee. They won't rot, crack, fade or split.
Wild Birds Unlimited is the original and largest franchise system of backyard birdfeeding and nature specialty stores with more than 300 locations throughout the United States and Canada. Wild Birds Unlimited specializes in bringing people and nature together with their birdfeeding and nature products, their expert advice and educational events. Visit our Web site and shop online at www.wbu.com.