Woodlink Green Steel Magnum Sunflower Bird Feeder
• All steel top, bottom, and screen
• Built to survive the elements of nature
• Drainage holes keep seed fresh and dry
• Perfect for cardinals, chickadees, doves, finches, nuthatches, and wrens
• Internal feed out design ensures that the feeder empties completely
• Wire mesh design keeps the seed level visible at all times
• Screen is made of durable stainless steel wire mesh
• Dimensions: 11" diameter x 12.5" H
• Attracts a wide variety of birds
• Capacity: 4 quarts
This is a great, tough feeder for sunflower seeds. I bought it for a replacement for one that "lived" to be 10 years old. One design flaw: It came with a rubber gasket around the top of the wire cage to form a sort of seal with the roof of the bird feeder, which was not firmly attached. It came off the first time I refilled the feeder and was hard to re-seat. I simply tossed the gasket (not a bad idea, but it should have been better designed). And one concern: My old feeder hung by a chain. This one hangs by a thin wire or slim cable wrapped in plastic. I worry that the cable will break.
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