Copper Thistle Bird Feeder

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NEW & Exclusive | Large-Capacity, Solid Copper Bird Feeder Holds 14 Cups of Thistle Seed

  • Stunning copper feeder is a showpiece in the landscape
  • Large capacity means less frequent refilling
  • Multiple birds can perch on tray and hopper
  • Hopper mesh is sized for thistle seed

Make fewer trips to fill your feeder and keep birds from going hungry in between! This feeder has a stunning, solid copper roof and tray, with a steel mesh hopper so birds can cling anywhere to feed. The wide, overhanging roof helps keep seed dry and provides some protection to birds as they feed. Easy to fill — just slide the roof up and pour in thistle seed. Holes in the tray provide drainage. Copper will age to a pleasing patina.

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  • Solid copper, powder-coated steel mesh
  • 11" in diameter x 13-3/4" H
  • Weighs 3 lbs.
  • Holds 14 cups of seed
  • Gardener's Supply Exclusive

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Large Thistle Feeder

By Bee

from Washington

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Pros

  • Attractive
  • Easy to clean
  • Large
  • Protects from rain

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      Comments about : Copper Thistle Bird Feeder:

      This time of year the finches and others go through a lot nyjer seed. I usually use the thistle socks but can't keep up with my backyard birds with that. This feeder is great for providing large amounts at a time. Have only had it up for a couple weeks so can't say anything about durability and wear, but it seems quite sturdy. The only think I don't like is that the finches sit on the bottom plate rather than hanging from the side, in their usual way of foraging, like they do with the sock, so may end up using both.

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