Hiatt Manufacturing Little-Bit Feeders Finch Mesh Tube Bird Feeder
The Little-Bit finch feeder will hold any finch mix and is a cute feeder to attract Finches to your yard. This feeder is designed to cater to a variety of finches that can cling to the screen or perch on the tray. Beautiful jade powder-coat finish is durable and will look great in your backyard. Specially designed seed diverter ensures that seed will move to feeding areas keeping your seed dry and the hungry finches happy!
Great for Finches! No more replacing socks! Top and bottom twists off for easy cleaning and filling! Bottom has small drain holes for water, yet it keeps more seed in the feeder and less on the ground! Mine has been rained on and some water collected on the top, but the Thistle remained dry! I recommend Thistle seed only!
The birds didn't seem to be attracted to the feeder until the snow started. Now they come all the time. Because of the size, only a few birds can feed at a time, but the seed doesn't stay long enough to get moldy.
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