Cardinal Feeder Collection
Known for their striking red feathers and crested heads, cardinals are among North America's most popular songbirds They are found across the Midwest, South and East, and are boisterous singers, often chirping loudly in large groups. A cardinal feeder holds seeds and small berries and is primarily either a cage bird feeder or a tube feeder.
Cardinals love sunflower seeds--it's their filet mignon--so if you stock sunflower seeds in your cardinal bird feeder, your yard will be flocked with red birds in no time. If you're not sure if a cardinal feeder is right for you, give us a ring, and our knowledgeable customer service team will help you find the perfect bird feeder.
This birdfeeder has two openings-one for small seeds and one for large seeds such as sunflower seeds. The seeds flow from the openings into a tray for the birds to feed from. I find that the openings for the sunflower seeds more times than not get jammed up and require manually clearing to free the seeds. The perch around the tray is very comfortable for small and larger (like cardinals)birds alike.
I love it for its appearance and the amount of seed it holds. It does attract the beautiful cardinals. Unfortunately, it took the squirrels about an hour to find it and they love it too. It seems I have more squirrels than birds feeding from it. About to give up.
This feeder is great! The pair of cardinals in our neighborhood come every day.
Ordered this item in February as a gift for my son-in-law in Wisconsin. I have 3 similar feeders myself, and rate this item as an excellent feeder. Within days of my son-in-law putting out his new feeder, the cardinals returned to his home. Best black oil seed feeder on the market!
I was not surprised to find the feeder as "squirrel proof" as others I have purchased. However I really was disappointed when the metal hanging loop broke.
I am extremely pleased with my No-No bird feeder. It does exactly what it's advertised to do: attract cardinals and other song birds. It repels squirrels because they can't get access to seed. I also find there is very little waste or mess because the birds are basically able to get the seed they can peck at without scattering whatever they don't like all over the ground or bushes around the feeding area. I feel it was money well spent and I have recommended it to other friends and family who are bird watching enthusiasts.
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