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BirdBrain Reaction Bird Feeder, LeavesEnliven the look of your garden using the BirdBrain Reaction Leaves Bird Feeder. Placing this dramatic and intricate feeder in your garden is sure to elicit a response from friends and avian visitors alike. A ceramic column forms the main body of the item, with raised leaf shapes throughout it for a bit of texture. The top of the column has a black glaze, which lightens to a soft brown color near the base. This color scheme is echoed on the top roof for continuity. This feeder holds 0.5 quarts of seed, and two ports at the base of the reservoir allow it to exit onto the attached ceramic tray. Drainage holes on this tray help feed stay dry and fresh, for the birds to enjoy it. A metal cable runs through the feeder and culminates in a loop, to hang the item from a bracket, and the ceramic construction forms a lasting unit. As the finish is hand applied, individual items may vary. Watch birds feed in your yard with this Reaction Leaves Bird Feeder.
Birds that use this feeder:
Seed or Feed Options: cracked corn, mixed seed, peanut chunks, safflower seed, sunflower kernels, and sunflower seed
- cardinals, chickadees, doves, finches, flickers, goldfinches, grackles, grosbeaks, jays, juncos, kinglets, nuthatches, sparrows, starlings, titmice, towhees, and woodpeckers
Capacity: 0.5 qts., 0.75 lbs.; 2 ports
Dimensions: 6.375" dia. x 7.375"H
Mounting: may be hung
Item Number: BIR-10204113
Availability: 3 in Stock. Ships from OH within 24 business hours
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Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
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