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Pop-up Finch Feeder

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Pop-up Finch Feeder

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Pop-up Finch Feeder
$34.95
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Description
Brilliant little finches will flock to your yard when you fill this feeder with their favorite thistle seed. Its charming two-story, pop-up design holds plenty of seed and will keep the birds coming back for more.
  • Easy to fill and use
  • Attractive design looks good in your yard
  • Holds 2 lbs. of thistle seed
  • Pops up to full size
  • Quick and easy no-tool assembly
  • Commercial-grade, weather-resistant plastic
  • Developed with experts from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Size
4-1/2"L x 4-1/2"W x 14"H

Shipping
Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
Reviews
2.8
2.8 (based on 4 customer reviews)

By Ralph
FromBel Air, Maryland
Birds not Happy
Comments about Product:
Birds cannot get to the small little hole in the center.

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By Coop
FromLincoln Park, MI
Classy bungalow upgrade
Comments about Product:
I needed to purchase a feeder that not only attracts the finches but also is attractive and complements my landscape. This feeder does that and is affordable too!

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By ebdoug
FromNew York State
Don't buy this
Comments about Product:
This comes from an outside company. I had had one with perches so "Buyer beware". First I tried calling the outside company. Second I called Plow and Hearth to tell them there are no Perches. Sure enough, I was sent a second one with no perches. I then Wrote Plow and Hearth. End of story. I have two unusable pop up feeders.

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By Meme
FromBridgewater MA
Good value
Comments about Product:
Good looking feeder, good quality, easy to fill and the finches love it.

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