Hyde Evenseed Silo Wild Bird Feeder
Give your backyard friends a gourmet three-course meal with this tiered bird feeder. The feeder is capable of holding up to three lbs of seed and has six feeding stations to accommodate multiple visitors.
With the ability to stock three different types of birdseed in one feeder, you'll be able to attract a wider variety of bird species and while making your seed last longer. Even if one compartment runs out, the other two can serve as a backup.
Nurture biodiversity and interspecies mingling with this attractive and easy-to-use bird feeder!
• Evenseed 3-in-1 feeder system
• Dimensions: 3" x 3" x 16.5"
Good quality. Easy to fill. Can easily fill with different feed. And the birds love it!
Best birdfeeder we've ever owned! Bought the first one we owned probably 20 years ago. It lasted for about 19 years before the wind blew it down and it broke. No one carries them locally anymore so I Googled it and was glad to find out that they were still being made. Keep on making them!
This is the only type people should use as as it feeds more birds at one time. Its also runs out at the same time. A value worth the money.
This feeder has three levels of feeding so that you don't lose feeding perches as the food gets eaten. That is why I love it, especially in the winter when I want as many as possible, of my feathered friends to feed at one time.
Of all the bird feeders we have tried over more than 25 years of feeding, the Hyde Even seed Silo feeder is by far the best one we have used. It is well-made and durable, easy to refill and clean, and attracts a wide variety of birds. It clearly is the best value for its price. Should we need to replace it or add other feeding stations, we will not hesitate to buy more. Thank you for such a great product!
The best bird feeder ever!!!!
Excellent design, easy to fill.
This is a great product!
I have purchased this feeder for myself three times. I find it a good design; it functions well, it's attractive, it's easy to use. I hang it under a pecan tree in central Texas. It serves cardinals, small jays and smaller birds. Larger birds - eg., large jays and doves - cannot use it. One lasts about ten years, after which the plastic becomes brittle from UV radiation and it falls apart. The first had a thicket rigid plastic roof-cap that lasted a long time. The more recent versions have a cheap soft plastic roof-cap that disintegrates after about a year, after which I make another roof-cap. Out of the box, before using, I disassemble and reassemble with glue the two halves of the feeder; the glue-up extends its useful life. My only complaint is about the quality of the roof-cap.
I like the idea that there are 3 separate feeder stations so if one is empty there could still be food in the others. The only thing I don't like is the way it is put together, the pieces of plastic sometimes separate.
Difficult to fill, birds did not like it. I think it gives off alot of reflection in the sunlight.
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We’re a company built on bird lovers. When he’s not updating the blog, our director of community is out birdwatching in the mountains of Southern California. Just the slightest glimpse of a bird at one of my feeders fills me with joy. To us, birds are more than a means to sell products; birds are a way to connect with nature. Warren Sager, Owner of Backyard Chirper