With a large-capacity metal mesh seed reservoir, this delightful feeder will keep birds feasting for weeks! An outer cage keeps squirrels and larger birds at bay, letting smaller birds dine without worry. Features include a distinctive and decorative lace band, long hanging loop, and drainage to prevent seed from getting waterlogged and spoiled. Not recommended for thistle or niger seed, or finch blends.
This sweet metal feeder features two independent trays for different types of seed. Drainage holes help keep seed from getting waterlogged in wet weather.
Each fine metal mesh 'bulb' is perfect for little feet to grab onto and holds 1/2 cup of the thistle seed that smaller birds prefer.
Clever hopper feeder is adjustable for birds from 1/2 oz. to 4 oz. in weight. Anything heavier than that doesn't get to feed! The secret is in the weight sensitive perch — if something heavier steps on it, the feeder will close access to the seed. Sorry not sorry squirrels!
This lovely hanging hummingbird feeder has a clear cup with a red top to attract hummingbirds to your yard. Cup holds 3 oz. of hummingbird nectar and a dangling red jewel heart sparkles in the sun.
The openings on the cage surrounding this polycarbonate tube feeder are just the right size for finches, nuthatches and other small birds, but keep out jays and other feeder bullies. The latching top stays firmly in place to help keep gray squirrels out of your birdseed, and drainage holes at the bottom keep seed dry and fresh.
This elegant oriole flower feeder features both an orange bowl for jelly and two pegs for orange halves. Just sit back and watch the birds flock to your feeder! Feeder is black with an ornamental orange heart jewel hanging from the center.
This beautiful feeder was designed by a professional zookeeper at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson, Arizona, with 22 years of experience caring for hummingbirds. It features a solid copper cup, with a graceful curved perch and hanger to add to the visual appeal. The feeder includes two 1 oz., BPA-free, dishwasher-safe plastic jars with lids so it’s easy to refill.
This durable bird feeder will be with you for a lifetime. Featuring an attractive molded acrylic top and bottom seed catching tray with 6 steel perches perfect for attracting cardinals to your yard. This 3-quart feeder is easy to fill and clean. The stainless-steel screen tube is specially designed to hold sunflower and peanut seed mixes.
This sunflower bird feeder is built to last a lifetime. Featuring all steel construction and patented magnet-mesh, the feeder holds 5 quarts of sunflower seed to attract birds of all types. Birds cling all over the screen and perch on the powdercoated red landing platform that doubles as a seed catching tray. Easy to fill and clean, and includes hanging cable.
Handsome orange-and-black orioles have a sweet tooth and love to eat jelly. Simply spoon some grape jelly into the orange glass bowl, top with the metal flower, and hang from a branch. Birds will alight on the perch to feed.
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.
Pesky squirrels will be totally stymied by this bird feeder with an adjustable, weight-sensitive trigger; the seed doors snap shut the moment they hop on. It's also built to last of durable powder-coated steel with a clear acrylic seed column. Easy-fill top and built-in hanger; holds 6 lbs. of seed.
The ingenious design of this rich red bird feeder allows your winged friends to dine in comfort. When a squirrel tries to get to the seed, however, its heavier weight triggers the spring-operated perch, closing access to the seed. You can even adjust the weight setting to discourage large birds, saving seeds for smaller songbirds. An easy-open, tamper-proof latch provides you easy access for filling, but foils hungry squirrels.
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