Hopper Feeder Selection
Cream-colored chalets, classic red barns, pagodas and miniature blue churches are just a few of the shapes and shades a hopper feeder comes in. Designed to be hung from branches or a deck awning, a hopper bird feeder, which is typically enclosed, gives birds a feeling of security and comfort. It also adds an element of tasteful décor to any garden, backyard or patio. A hopper feeder is roomy and holds large quantities of seed, making it ideal for attracting a flock of birds, as well as some of the more reticent species, like blue jays and woodpeckers. And remember, each hopper feeder we sell is backed by our 30-day money-back guarantee, ensuring that you’ll be satisfied with your purchase.
Although I have only had this bird feeder since December, it appears to be of the highest quality. We have 2 squirrels that have been determined to get into the feeder. It is fun watching them try. The score so far: bird feeder - 17 wins; the squirrels - 0 wins.
Good quality. Easy to fill. Can easily fill with different feed. And the birds love it!
Excellent feeder. I thoughttgis would save me from filling daily but now we just have more and bigger birds! LOL
Excellent craftsmanship. Two bits of information that should be provided and are not, especially helpful for the novice purchaser, are wood preserving/finishing suggestions or warnings and suggestions for pole mounting.
I'm very satisfied this product and very stunning hanging up the tree infront of the lake.
I love these feeders. They hold up very well and are easy to fill. I've bought the feeders for myself and now I give them as gifts. I like the fact that they are clear so you can easily see when they need to be refilled the birds love them and so do we.
I like the size and look of the feeder. Especially like the mesh bottom to keep seed from getting soaked by rain water. More importantly, the birds like it!
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