Hello, my name is Steve Whitson, the developer of the Tree Bird Feeder.  I have over 30 years of professional experience as a Wildlife Management Biologist. 

Tree Bird Feeders LLC is a small veteran owned family run American business.  There are countless reasons why our feeders are the best!

  • Made in the USA.

  • The wood of our wild bird feeders is  coated with a non-toxic epoxy that protects the wood from moisture and harmful UV rays.  The epoxy is coated with a exterior grade polyurethane for added protection.  

  • Our feeders are easy to clean. 

  • Our bird feeders have a natural look & each feeder is unique.

  • Our Wild Bird Feeders are handcrafted in Missouri, USA.

  • Our bird feeders are built to last & will still be going strong when other feeders are done. 

  • Our Bird Feeders come with our Handshake Deal and Life Time Replacement Program. 

  • A portion of every sale goes towards our Feeder Grant Program. 


The mission of Tree Bird Feeders LLC is to produce and distribute quality hand crafted bird feeders with a natural look that will allow our partners to engage the natural world through wild birds. 

  • The Name:  The Tree Bird Feeder is designed to mimic the look and feel of a tree and function as a bird feeder. 


  • Great Quality:  Our objective is to make quality wild bird feeders that will last for many years.


  • Hand Crafted:  Tree Bird Feeders are individually hand crafted at a small business in the USA.


  • A Natural Look:  The exterior of the Tree Bird Feeder is all natural cedar wood.  


  • Our Partners:  When you purchase a Tree Bird Feeder we consider you not just a customer but a partner.  




Francis and some monks were traveling in the Spoleto Valley in Italy, when Francis noticed a  flock of birds in some trees. Inspired by the Holy Spirit he decided to preach about God's love. Francis began an impromptu sermon:


"My sweet little sisters, birds of the sky," Francis said, "you are bound to heaven, to God, your Creator. In every beat of your wings and every note of your songs, praise him. He has given you the greatest of gifts, the freedom of the air. You neither sow, nor reap, yet God provides for you the most delicious food, rivers, and lakes to quench your thirst, mountains, and valleys for your home, tall trees to build your nests, and the most beautiful clothing: a change of feathers with every season. You and your kind were preserved in Noah's Ark. Clearly, our Creator loves you dearly, since he gives you gifts so abundantly. So please beware, my little sisters, of the sin of ingratitude, & always sing praise to God."


The monks who recorded Francis' sermon to the birds wrote that the birds listened intently to everything Francis had to say.