Finch Feeder Selection
A finch feeder, also known as a tube bird feeder, is designed to attract a flock of finches to your yard. Finches are small birds that exist in a variety of different colors. They feed primarily on thistle seed and are known for their beautiful chirping sounds.
A finch feeder is a long, thin, tube-shaped bird feeder. Available in a number of different styles and designs, some finch feeders have room for up to 18 birds on their perches and pegs. Finch feeders are available in a number of tasteful colors, from bright lemon-yellow to clear. Order a finch feeder today with our fast and easy shipping, and you'll soon be enjoying the melody of finches frolicking in your backyard.
Been wanting one of these for some time and finally got it as a birthday gift. Love it, funny to watch the squirrels try and get at the bird feed. Now, the only down side, once it stopped I took it inside to charge and nothing happened. I charged it for 14hrs and it still doesn't work. Had it six-months so if it's a battery issue that would be disappointing. Since there is no battery charge indicator it's hard to tell if it's the charger or battery.
I order to finch feeders and one of the hangers loop was not crimped and the other one is iffy but it is still holding out.
Love it. Keeps the squirrels out. This is the 2nd one we have purchased and find this one to be improved from our 1st one.
Great little finch feeder. The design stopped the raiding sparrows, and is easy to fill.
This is a great wire cage feeder. Holds a ton of food and the squirrels can't touch it. Great value too.
Love this feeder! The finches flock to it! The colored perches are an added attractive touch.
This is the very best finch feeder on the market (I've got four others, so I'm pretty much an expert). It's easy to fill and easy for the birds to extract the seed. I love the 3-quart capacity and that it is made in the USA. Backyard Chirper packaged the feeder perfectly for shipping. [As a side note, I bought the Woodlink large capacity thistle feeder from another company and the birds could not get the seed out. It looked nice, but was useless. It was made in China. That company would not post my negative review about the Woodlink feeder.]
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