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Capacity2.8 lb.
Dimensions12.5"h x 8"w x 8"d
Made InChina
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Cleaning: Dirty bird feeders spread disease. We recommend cleaning your feeders weekly, or monthly at a minimum. Do not put your feeder in the dishwasher as the high temperatures can permanently damage the feeder parts. Clean your feeders outdoors with a large bucket, and always wear gloves when cleaning. Soak your feeder in a 9:1 solution of water and bleach for 15 minutes. Then use a bird feeder brush to scrub the feeder with dish soap and water. Refill when completely dry.

Birds That Use This Feeder

Type Of Feed

  • Foodtype mixed seed
    Mixed seed
  • Foodtype sunflower
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    United States United States

    Great feeder

    The birds are keeping it empty and really seem to gravitate toward it. I really like the built in tray at the bottom.

    More Birds More Birds® Yellow Sedona Sunflower Screen Bird Feeder, 2.8 lb. capacity Review
    William A.
    United States United States

    Outstanding Seed Feeder

    This feeder is a great addition to what we already have. I hung it in a crab apple tree and filled it with safflower seeds. It is a hit with the resident chickadees and cardinals. I like it because it is well built - coated cable with a crimped loop for hanging, sound metal construction that permits disassembly for cleaning, and the finish of the paint job is top notch. I'm at the point now where I will only buy Droll Yankee or MoreBirds birdfeeders because they're quality made and if something does break, I can get a replacement part instead of just throwing it in the landfill. Thanks MoreBirds!

    More Birds More Birds® Yellow Sedona Sunflower Screen Bird Feeder, 2.8 lb. capacity ReviewMore Birds More Birds® Yellow Sedona Sunflower Screen Bird Feeder, 2.8 lb. capacity ReviewMore Birds More Birds® Yellow Sedona Sunflower Screen Bird Feeder, 2.8 lb. capacity Review
    Robin Z.
    United States United States

    A great and rugged bird feeder

    This bird feeder is good with the several feeding portals and wide base. I have had 6-8 birds on it at one time. The screw top also makes it easy to secure the feed. Really a great feeder

    Barbara W.
    United States United States

    Chickadee Favorite

    The Sedona Sunflower Screen Feeder is very sturdy and easy to open, clean and fill. I hung it filled with hulled sunflower chips on a four-hook shepard’s pole with two mealworm feeders and the More Birds Large Lantern Sunflower Feeder that contains hulled mixed seed and nuts. The chickadees as well as woodpeckers prefer the Sedona feeder, while cardinals, titmice and other seed eaters prefer the Green Lantern feeder. I believe the Sedona bottom tray isn’t wide enough for the cardinals since I saw them trying to perch on it before moving on to the Green Lantern feeder. I’ll keep using both More Birds feeders. The only thing I would prefer is the option to get the Sedona feeder in dark green instead of yellow.

    More Birds More Birds® Yellow Sedona Sunflower Screen Bird Feeder, 2.8 lb. capacity Review
    Linda T.
    United States United States

    The small birds really like it

    The Sedona Feeder arrived three weeks ago and I replaced one of the tube feeders on the quad hanger with this feeder. I filled the Sedona Feeder with the same seed I used in the tube feeder it replaced-- a wild bird blend that contains black oil and striped sunflower seeds, sunflower chips, millet, and peanuts, that I combine with an equal amount (by volume) of sunflower chips. It took the birds 3-4 days to start using the Sedona Feeder regularly. The smaller birds (especially the goldfinches) like the feeder but the mourning doves (I like mourning doves) aren’t as happy with it. I think that’s because the birds only have 1-1/2” of space on the tray for the Sedona, whereas they have a little over 3” of space with the other tube feeders and trays I have. (The red-winged blackbirds, cowbirds, and starlings also like the feeder, although I could do with a lot fewer of them.) It seems like it would be fairly easy to clean as is, but I prefer to disassemble feeders for cleaning. It was a little challenging to unscrew the nut that connects to the rod that runs from the base to the top of the feeder. The hanging cable runs through an orifice in the lid and is attached to a U-shaped piece of metal which is welded to the sides of the nut. I wonder how secure that weld is, particularly since I like to disassemble the feeder for cleaning. How many cleanings will it withstand before that U-shaped metal piece separates from the nut? Overall, it’s a good feeder and most of the birds like it.