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Delight your favorite birds — and bird-lovers — with adorable owls that are ready to hang from a branch or birdfeeding station. Set of three solid-seed owls, each crafted from a different type of birdseed, all with friendly faces made from dried fruit. They arrive nestled in a box ready for giving.
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from Twin lakes wis
This was a Christmas gift for my son in law who loves to feed the birds he said they are enjoying the owls and they love watching the birds eat them thanks
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I would buy this product again
from Duranago, Colorado
Eerytime I order from you my expectations are always ,met or excepted! Cute, adorable. Just concerned because a lot of seeds had fallen off.
By christmas shopper
from Santa Fe, NM
As a gift
from Collegeville pa
Bought this as a gift thinking the would be so cute. Arrived missing eyes, noses & seeds crumbling. Very disappointed but not worth sending it back
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Round Rock, TX
Gave these as Christmas gifts, very cute looking and will be enjoyed by birds and bird-watchers.
By Gardener Lu
Enjoyed watching the birds.
Great granddaughter Delighted
from Hacienda heights ca
Great grand daughter knew the exact trees to use the seeds...she would be able to see the interaction from a. Window...my heart felt moved as this was appreciated I believe for not being a toy.
from Warner Springs, CA 90286
Do not put out till rains are not in sight.
I adore your birdseed owls!
from Bangor, Maine
Great little gifts!
We have started a tradition of spreading bird seed on Christmas Day. This is our first time for hanging birdseed. The owls are very cute and covered with seed. A little of the seed came off in the box before package arrival but this is to be expected. The owls still looked the same (i.e. covered fully with seeds). One owl did have the inner part of his eye fall off. He is now winking. Since it is not Christmas yet, I have yet to determine how much the birds like the owls. For this reason of unknown performance, I could not yet rate with a 5 star.
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