|Product Dimensions||14 x 14 x 36 cm; 610 Grams|
|Item display height||36 centimetres|
|Item display length||14 centimetres|
|Item display width||14 centimetres|
|Item display weight||0.62 Kilograms|
|Material type||Stainless Steel|
PROVIDE stainless steel Bird Seed Feeder,bird feeders for small birds,Easy Open wild Bird Feeders. Hanging Bird Feeder for black oil seed,Sunflower Heart and Mix Seed.Goldfinch Bird Feeding Station
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|Mounting type||Hanging Mount|
|Target species||Juncos,Goldfinch, Tits-Finches-Nuthatch, Siskins, Woodpecker, Red polls|
About this item
- Birds Adore Your Yard Most: With bird feeders for the garden with 6 feeding ports, large pegs, catch tray and heavy-duty rust proof stainless steel, birds line up before the crack of dawn to dine from PROVIDE Bird Feeding Stations for the garden! 36cm x 14cm metal bird feeder with 33cm x 7cm tube and gift boxed for bird lover gifts!
- While we can’t say it’s a fully squirrel proof bird feeder (they’re sneaky), we can say they’ll have a harder time chewing stainless steel than the plastic ones. If a squirrel breaks any metal parts, you’re covered with our 12-Month Warranty. The tube is crystal clear, thick plastic. Use this smart looking, strong, rain proof, stainless steel bird feeder, in your balcony or garden using a tree or a hanger making it perfect for outdoors.
- Easy To Use Twist Lid: Some garden bird feeders have fixed lids. PROVIDE Wild Bird Feeders have a large Twist Lid that’s extra easy to fill and easy to clean. There’s even a guide on the side that shows you how, plus some tips. Takes black oil seed, Sunflower Heart and Mixed Seed only. No mealworms or nuts.
- Easier For Birds: Our feathered friends may be small, but they still like a good perch. Our small bird feeder features larger pegs, plus a ring at the base for them to stand on with more stability than others. The hanging attachment is centred to help them remain balanced on the metal bird feeder.
- 6 Feeding Ports, And Catchall Tray! More ports equals more birds “seated at the bird table”, plus the base tray catches seeds for more birds on the bottom ring to eat! And while it won’t catch all seeds, it will catch more than having nothing there! Take good care of your bird friends, and PROVIDE!
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Make Birds Love Your Yard Most!
With 6 feeding ports, large pegs, catch tray and heavy duty rust proof stainless steel small garden birds line up before the crack of dawn to dine from the PROVIDE Bird Feeder for the garden! And why do they do that? Well, you would too if you found the comfiest place to perch on the street, for your daily nibbles!
SIZE: 36cm x 14cm metal bird feeder with 33cm x 7cm tube and large 14cm lid “roof”.
Easier For Birds To Catch Up With Feathered Friends.
Birds may be small, but they still like a good perch to remain relaxed enough to enjoy their food. If they feel like they’re balancing on a tightrope (albeit a teeny tiny one), it’s just like us trying to stand on one toe eating dinner. Stressful! So the PROVIDE bird feeder features larger pegs making it easier for them to enjoy their meal. But that’s not all! We added a ring at the base for them to stand on, and centred the hanging attachment to stop the feeder from becoming unbalanced. As a result, happier birds that return to YOUR yard every day.
Here’s What Else Goldfinches And Other Wild Birds Love!
More Birds At The “Table”
We added 6 ports, plus a catchall tray for the birds on the bottom ring to enjoy when the ports are “fully booked”. Depending on how keen they are to muscle in, you could have up to 12 birds feeding at one time! And more healthy birds eating equals a healthier ecosystem and birdlife.
Squirrels Think Twice, metal bird feeder
Look, squirrels are pretty sneaky when they’re desperate for a meal. So while we can’t say it’s 100% squirrel proof, we can say those little heathens will have a harder time chewing stainless steel than the plastic ones. They only need to chip one tooth to think twice about your yard!
goldfinches love sunflower hearts
Goldfinches love sunflower hearts, and that’s exactly what type of seeds your bird feeder fits! Also, Mixed seed and black oil seed. Nothing bigger, and no nuts or mealworms – ok? Use this bird feeder at your balcony or in your garden for small birds.
And Here’s What Bird Lovers, Love!
Forget fixed lids, because PROVIDE hanging bird Feeders have a large Twist Lid! This makes it easier to clean, easier to fill and naturally more hygienic, making it the perfect feeder for wild birds!
Use mild disinfectant, to clean the feeder.
Bird seed catcher
It won’t catch all the seeds that small garden birds love to flick around, but it’ll catch a whole lot more than having nothing there at all!
Crystal Clear bird feeder
Some plastics tend to go cloudy, but we’ve used a special crystal clear plastic. Gardens look shiny, and wild birds are more attracted to food.
Handy Guide & a hanging device
You’ll find your user guide on the side of the tube. It also shares tips and tricks about getting even more birds to love your yard most!
Attach clasp on ring to the lid to create a loop to hang the device.
As a gift for yourself, feathered friends or someone you love who also loves birds, a feeder that brings more robin and wild small birds to the yard makes perfect sense. And we gift boxed it so it’s nice to receive.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 4 January 2022
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Whilst I've also invested in a caged "National Trust" hanging bowl feeder, that one has yet to be trusted by the tits, sparrows, robins and finches that visit my garden, whereas this PROVIDE feeder was used by all the birds immediately - literally as soon as I got back inside after hanging it up. I've had similar, but smaller, types of port feeders up before, but they've always taken a day or two to trust them whereas this, as I say, was a hit from the start.
In terms of other birds : doves & pigeons have no chance of accessing this feeder, though starlings can & do still get to the food. They have to contort a bit to do so, but they can & will eat their way through what's in this feeder. Although this is annoying, the other birds I wish to feed do get to feed as & when they want, so I would count this as a success.
Overall, then, this is not starling-proof, but it is a hit with sparrows, robins, tits and finches too...
The tits arrived by the end of the first day and it's now being used constantly by blue/coal/great tits and green/gold/chaffinches as well as robins. Sadly, no sparrows yet, despite it being in the same place as the old one and next to one of their roosting areas. They liked the plastic porches on the old feeder, and although I knew they wouldn't like the round metal perches I thought they'd be OK on the lower rim. I've glued a couple of ring perches on in case they'd try those, and they may still come around; they're very shy here due to hawks (and they do have alternatives) but I think the colour and shape of perches is important.
No big birds have tackled it yet, and the squirrels have eyed it up but not attacked.
An update after a month: this feeder is hugely popular with tits, finches, robins and buntings, and at times has queues of birds waiting to use it. The sparrows here are very cautious and not as aerobatic as the other species. They spent several weeks as a flock sitting watching other birds use the feeder, fluttering close to it but not landing. They've only just started using it, and the original perches are perfectly fine for them, but they still prefer to watch rather than feed. Blackbirds are also flying up to it and grabbing seeds but not landing. Squirrels have found it; they stand on the base and hold onto the higher perches, as if they were riding a scooter. They haven't damaged it and they don't take too much food.
The seed stays dry in it and it's easy to fill. I'm very happy with it and would recommend it.
Final update - the squirrels and rooks attacked it with such force that the bottom fell off, and despite my best efforts to fix it I can't get it to stay on now. The feeder was too popular for its own good. I'd still recommend it to anyone who can keep the larger/smarter creatures off.
By Collette on 4 January 2022
Since writing 1st review I have to report that one persistent pigeon managed to start feeding from it, disturbing the smaller birds. I havevresported to making a wire basket from plastic garden fencing to go around the feeder. No more pigeon.
Despite this I still recommend the feeder based on its quality and appearance.