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Dried Cranberries 1 lb

Original price $7.65 - Original price $7.65
Original price
$7.65
$7.65 - $7.65
Current price $7.65
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Offer these delectable berries as part of your bird-feeding banquet! Especially appreciated in winter and spring when fresh fruit is hard to find. 

Birds known to eat cranberries include: cardinals, chickadees, finches, grosbeaks, jays, nuthatches, titmice, warblers, woodpeckers, and wrens.

1 lb resealable bag.

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Pat & Ron Dubrul
Call of the wild

My birds and squirrels love the dried cranberries.
They act like it is a celebration of sorts when they discover them, I am sure they let their friends know that they are out there for the pickin. We try to keep the cranberries on hand all the time.

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Pat & Ron Dubrul
Call of the wild

My birds and squirrels love the dried cranberries.
They act like it is a celebration of sorts when they discover them, I am sure they let their friends know that they are out there for the pickin. We try to keep the cranberries on hand all the time.