Looking for a window bird feeder so you can watch hummingbirds frolic from the comfort of your home?  How about a stylish red barn bird house to keep your backyard popular among cardinals, bluebirds or other feathered friends?  Backyard Chirper has the largest selection of bird house and bird feeder products on the Internet, all offered at affordable prices and covered with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Extensive birding selection, personal customer service


We're committed to finding you the bird feeder or house that fits your needs. Besides having a great selection of bird feeder and bird house products, we're a small business with 10 customer service employees, all with expert knowledge of our extensive bird feeder collection.

Our desire to ensure customer satisfaction is the reason we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on all our products. Not sure if you want a window feeder, a hopper feeder or a platform feeder? Our learning section will help you understand the difference between different bird feeder models, as will our friendly customer service staff.

High-quality bird feeder products, rave reviews

Want to hear what our customers say about us? Check out the testimonial below and the many other positive reviews we have on our comment page.
This was my first experience buying a bird feeder on the Internet. Your service was excellent. I had some questions about delivery and received almost an immediate response. My bird feeder was shipped on time. Sure beat the hassle of the stores. Thank you. Edward N. from Ellington, CT

Recent Reviews

Too hard to clean. The opening is too small to get in and clean. Bottom cleans well. Wouldn't buy again!
Bii K. from Grand Island Nebraska reviewed the Opus 24 Ounce Oriole Bird Feeder on Thursday
The first one I ordered leaked, I called and told you and I immediately got a replacement that works just fine. Thanks for being so prompt.
Vicki W. from Cannon Falls, MN reviewed the Artline 40 Ounce Orange Oriole Bird Feeder on Sunday
This is a well made, quality, birdhouse. I think I put it up too late in the season to get any takers but that is on me. I would absolutely buy other products from this company!
Deborah H. from Denver reviewed the Starling Resistant Flicker House on Thursday
The cd was used for a memorial service. It was beautiful!
Robert G. from Pittsburgh, PA reviewed the Naturescapes Backyard Birds CD on Friday
I have had this a little less than a year. In that time, the little screws that hold in the "feeding hole liners" are rusting and getting loose. The end nut that holds the spiral wire in place has fallen off and disappeared. The bottom cannot be removed for cleaning, which is desperately needed, because the seeds got wet from the rain, and have sprouted. The birds won't go down that far, anymore. Also, with the round bottom, it's VERY hard to fill with seeds, unless you bolster it with something to hold it upright.
John R. from Holbrook, NY reviewed the Bird Quest 17" Green Spiral Sunflower Bird Feeder on Thursday
I was looking for a good wild birdsong CD when I came across the 2 Naturescapes Backyards Birds CD's. The first release release has all the common birds that I am already familiar with and can often hear in my own yard. The 2nd one had a much more interesting collection of birds that I found more appealing, and I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of sounds included, like the many territorial calls, gutteral sounds, pecking, drilling, all mixed in with the chirping and singing, making a natural outdoor cavalcade of bird sounds. I love it, and my pet birds do too.
Tonia L. from Bellevue, WA reviewed the Naturescapes Music Backyard Birds II on Thursday
Very cheaply made, it fell off the window and broke in half. I was very disappointed with this bird feeder. I had one before and it was much sturdier. I will not buy it again.
Patricia W. from Vineland, NJ reviewed the Perky Pet Clear Wild Bird Window Bird Feeder with Suction Cups on Thursday
I have purchased 3 of these and they are great, except, the thinn wire used always breaks and this one had several extra holes in it.
Orville H. from Ohio reviewed the S&K Super Rainbow Finch Tube Bird Feeder on Wednesday
This birdhouse was purchased as a gift for my mother who lives at a Retirement Village. All of the tenants love to watch for the birds - since we just put it up, we're waiting for the Springtime to bring the first inhabitants. The birdhouse is beautiful - well made, and very classy appearance. Its relatively heavy so we purchased a strong metal pole and stable-izer to keep it steady in the ground (the Village is in an area with high winds). I would highly recommend it as a beautiful addition to your backyard :)
Bonnie A. from Cincinnati, Ohio reviewed the Heartwood Country Wildwood Church Birdhouse, White on Tuesday
Don't waste your money. I thought this might be a reasonably priced solution to keep the starlings from eating all the mealworms ($35.00 compared to about $70.00 for the round wire mesh feeders) but it's really worthless if used as recommended. While the bluebirds did take to it while the plexiglass sides were out of the feeder, the cup kept getting knocked out and of course the starlings could still get in. I finally put both sides in and not only can't most bluebirds get in, one was stuck inside and couldn't get out! I had to go out and lift the top so it could escape.
Mary N. from Powell, Ohio reviewed the Green Solutions Bluebird Feeder on Friday

A bit of bird feeding history

male house finch

Though bird feeding has been a popular hobby since ancient time, the first person who recorded feeding birds was a sixth-century monk named Saint Serf of Fife, who tamed a young robin by giving it food. Around the same time, a German named Baron von Berlepsch built boxes with feeding devices to attract birds, with the goal of reducing insect populations.

Today, over 55 million Americans engage in some sort of bird feeding; many have a bird feeder in their yard. Once birds know that your yard is a place of solace, they'll likely return every year in growing numbers. Their presence is not something only you'll value, but your friends and loved ones as well.

Why buy a bird house, bird feeder or bird bath?

For nature enthusiasts--especially bird-lovers--a bird feeder is an exciting way to liven up a backyard garden or patio. Whether it's meditating on the soothing songs of cardinals or watching a golden-breasted oriole swoop into your yard, a bird feeder provides an added dose of natural excitement.

Buying a bird feeder or bird house is also a caring way to aid some of nature's most majestic, yet vulnerable creatures. Winters mean cold weather and food scarcity for many bird species, so by providing shelter and sustenance, you'll be helping out birds in need.

A bird house is a gift anyone can enjoy!

No matter if it's Father's Day, Mother's Day, a birthday or a graduation, a bird feeder or bird house is a fabulous gift. With our top-notch customer-service and 30-day money-back guarantee, you've got nothing to lose, so pick out the perfect bird feeder for someone special today!

Recent Articles

  • A Definitive Guide to Wild Bird Food - Wild birds eat an array of foods, including everything from seeds and fruit to mealworms and beef fat. This guide covers all the foods you can give backyard birds and the species each will attract.
  • Guide to Birdbaths - A birdbath is the best way to attract the widest array of species to your yard. Here's everything you need to know about the decorative water sources for birds.
  • How To Clean A Birdbath - Make your birdbath clean and tidy. Birds have standards, too!
  • Winter Bird Feeding Guide - With frigid temperatures and harsh storms, it's extremely important to provide birds with a friendly environment in your yard throughout winter.
  • How to Keep Insects Away from Hummingbird Feeders - Want to enjoy hummingbirds without being swarmed by bugs? Here are some ways to keep insects away from your hummingbird feeders.