Home Bazaar Platform Feeder Selection

Home Bazaar Platform Feeder Selection
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Excellent quality. I had seen an Oriole and within a couple of hours the bird was on the feeder eating grape jelly!

Well constructed, The birds are very happy. The sides keep seeds from being tossed to the ground. The plastic wood is good for the environment and lasts in our harsh sun.

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.

The birds love it and I love watching the birds

This feeder is very attractive and well made. The large is very big and very heavy, too heavy for a typical pole mount. I will only be able to use it on the ground. I would recommend buying the smaller size if you want to mount it on a pole.

This acrylic birdfeeder cover performs exactly as described and is a nice complement to the window mounted platform feeder.

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