Hopper Feeder Selection

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.

The best feeder for wet weather I have ever seen. Birds have actually increased since installing this design. The old conventional feeder would clog up after a rein and was a pain to clean out. Just keep it filled and forget it for a week or so. I cannot understand other post that states they have no birds dining at their new feeder. I have 2 of these feeders on a single T stand and I have as many as 12 birds of all kinds feeding together. No (CONS) except I might spend too much time watching the little rascals feeding.

I have developed a strong preference for "fly through" bird feeders. I have been using them for several years because they protect the seed from rainy weather. A side benefit is that our relatively frequent bear visitors find it easier to steal bird seed from these feeders without destroying the feeders. Another plus is the metal mesh bottom that makes cleaning easier. I could not find "fly through" feeders in my city and even in a "birding" store 70 miles away. Luckily, I found these feeders on line after a bit of searching. They were exactly what I wanted, the price was reasonable, and the shipping was prompt. I purchased 4 to replace 2 damaged feeders and to have 2 in reserve.

Built with quality materials. Lid design for filling feeder could be better.

Built with quality materials. Lid design for filling feeder could be better.

The birds love it and I love watching the birds

This is the best bird feeder that I have used for over 10 years. Have replaced it about every 4 years due to wear and tear but would not consider anything else. By placing it far enough from trees and bushes & placing a baffle on the pole underneath, the squirrels are not able to get to it. The inside dividers allow me to give the birds an option of seeds to attract different species all year around. A great product for a reasonable price!

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