Songbird Suction Cup Window Bird Feeder
Get A Bird's Eye ViewEnjoy a close relationship with your bird friends when you hang this Songbird Suction Cup Bird Feeder in your window. Use the suction cups attached to this natural wood feeder and the birds will come right to you. You can fill the feeder from inside your home; just open the window and lift up the top. Seed drops onto the feeding platform as needed and you can easily see when it needs filling (holds 1.5 lbs of seed). Window bird feeder Natural wood and plastic bird feeder Bird feeder with 1.5 lb capacity Great for bird watching Attracts songbirds with black sunflower or your other seed of choiceSize6-3/4"H x 9"L x 4-1/2"W
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Great Bird Feeder!
By Love My Cats
from Sioux City, Iowa
I am sitting in my sunroom watching the finches and and other small birds come up to eat at this very attractive bird feeder. I have had it for about a month and the suction cups have kept the feeder attached to the window and we have had snow, hail and strong winds. It takes several weeks for the birds to come to the feeder, but once they do, they come again and again, much to the delight of my cats. This is the best window feeder I have ever owned. Love It!!!!!!!!!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Window Bird Feeder
By Gail the gift giver
from Hampton Bays, NY
Is a gift for my Aunt who is 90 years old. She sits in the same chair everyday and will really enjoy passing the time watching the birds in this feeder. The way it's designed she can get view of them.
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What a product!
By Sherri the dancer
from Robbinsville, NJ
This was a gift for my dad who absolutely loves birds and who has been having trouble with other bird feeders that the deer get into. Since my dad has also been quite sick, he will be able to enjoy seeing the birds from his chair and not have to worry about the deer knocking the bird feeder down!