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Like the covered bridge in Arlington, Vermont, that inspired it, this bird feeder has real stone detailing and a shingled roof. The platform style attracts a wide range of birds including ground feeders, such as cardinals and grosbeaks. There's a removable mesh screen on the floor of the feeder to provide drainage so seed stays dry. Open sides allow you to view the birds as they dine under cover. Fill with any type of seed.
(based on 17 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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I would buy this bird feeder again
from Upstate NY
Comments about : Covered Bridge Bird Feeder:
It doesn't hold much seed - have to fill it often.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I would buy this again
from Southbury, CT
This feeder looks great in the yard and have received many compliments as well as requests for where I purchased it. The open sides attract a large variety of birds and the tray is easy to remove and clean. So far have had no problem with squirrels being able to climb the pole and access the feeder. I also placed it in an area where it's easily viewed from the house delighting us with the antics of the various birds. Trees are close by for birds but too far for squirrels to use as an access route.
Lovely Bird Feeder
from Champaign, IL
A lovely well made and designed bird feeder. Apply suggested protectant to keep it looking like new.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Grand Rapids, MN
I haven't put this feeder out yet. It will be used for the winter feeding.
from Anaheim CA
Good job, who made it. Very satisfied.
Darling Bird Feeder
By Trish by the lake
from Willis, Texas
I almost gave up having a bird feeder because after a good rain, the feed would be soggy and then spoiled and unusable. This has a floor that lets the water go through and then the feed dries yet it the holes are small enough to keep all the feed inside. Also, the roof and siding does protect the feed.
By The hiker
from St. Joseph, MI
I placed in my yard - and the birds discovered immediately..too many sparrows so am going to save using till colder weather.The bottom where you use screws to pole = difficult to get all screws into the birdhouse...so I used my own screws which worked better.Might help to have location of screws noted.
HOME FOR FEEDING
from RUNNING SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
MANY TYPES BIRDS CAN USE IT AND HAVE A PLATFORM FOUNDATION TO FEEDKEEPS OTHER CRITTERS OUT AS THEY DO NOT CLIMB UP THE POLE BIRD FEEDER SITS ON
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Fremont, Ohio
I like the color and charm that this feeder added to a new flower bed. It is nice that the bottom comes out and it is easy to fill and clean. My small birds really seem to like it. I used the pole kit(sold separately) to mount it. The only negative I have found is that it has only been in my garden since spring and the pretty red is already fading. The bright color is one of the reasons that I picked it. the good thing is that it is wood so I can paint it.
Covered Bridge bird feeder.
By Master gardener
from Weirton, WV
It is all good.
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