Orioles, scarlet tanagers, mockingbirds, grosbeaks and other fruit-lovers will flock to this simple yet clever
"kabob-style" birdfeeder. Simply place halved oranges, apple, pear or grapefruit on the skewer and hang.
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from Fort Worth, TX
Comments about : Fruit Feeder:
Started using it immediately. Can't wait to see if the birds in our area of Texas eat fruit.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Lori B
from Round Lake Park, IL
Love the skewer!
Birds hated it!
from Eliot, Me.
I bought this yrs ago. The birds never went to it. And the metal got rusty & the ornament fell off of the thing. Usually I like their products but was very disappointed in this.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
not for me
from Esperance. N.Y.
not to many birds like
Very anxious to use this product
from Portersville, PA
About Me Midrange Shopper
Happy to add this to our other feeders.
Good quality and priced right.
By Bird Lover
from North Carolina
I felt this was a good quality item that will effectively feed my deatheres friends.
Outside in flower garden
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
This fruit holder is a bird favorite in my yard. I highly re
By TN bird lover
from Franklin, TN
About Me Budget Shopper
Easy to hang outdoors, and the birds love it!
I like the way it looks!
By Organic Gardener
from Myrtle Beach, SC
I place a cut orange on it just like the picture. Put this fruit holder on a branch of a palm tree and the birds landed on the branch and pecked at the orange.
Fruit is for the birds
By Chick on the roost
from Richmond, Va
A great idea for displaying fruit; however, it needs a bolt or latch to secure the fruit on the pin.
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