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Specifications
Capacity2.6 lb.
Dimensions8.75"h x 8"w x 9"d
MountingHang
Squirrel-ResistantNo
ConstructionPlastic
Made InChina
Additional Information

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
    Sunflower
Customer Reviews
4.1 Based on 7 Reviews
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    BM
    05/13/2022
    Barbara M.
    United States United States

    Best little birdfeeder

    As soon as I set this out it didn't take long to get visitors. We now have cardinals, grosbeaks, chickadees and many more coming to feed. I also love the easy fill top. Great purhase!!

    More Birds More Birds® Brown Small Lantern Sunflower Bird Feeder with Push-Button Top, 2.6 lb. capacity Review
    JS
    05/10/2022
    John S.
    United States United States

    Looks nice but birds don't use it

    Easy to fill with push button for opening the top. However, after three weeks virtually none of the seed was taken and I have not seen any birds using it. They seem to prefer my other feeders, classic tube and hopper styles. Ultimately it's always about the birds for me.

    05/13/2022

    More Birds

    Hi John, We are very sorry that you are not seeing birds on your new feeder. Birds are creatures of habit, and it can take them days or even weeks to use a new feeder. There is something new in the yard that they are not used to, and they need to warm up to it first. Temporarily placing the feeder near a shrub or tree where birds will feel safe can also encourage them to explore the new feeder (once they've discovered it, place it far enough away from a tree so that the squirrels won't get to it). Adding something like a colorful ribbon can also help, as the movement in the wind can make the birds feel like another bird has found the feeder to be safe. We would suggest temporarily removing other feeders in the area so that the birds must use the new one. Oddly enough, filling the feeder half-full seems to help attract the birds to the new feeder. We hope that the birds begin to use the feeder soon!

    DS
    04/26/2022
    David S.
    United States United States

    Okay Feeder

    This is one of six birdfeeders in my yard so my comments are based on that experience. Pros: - large capacity - much bigger than it looks. - inexpensive; decent feeder for not much money. - bayonet lock to separate parts for easy cleaning. Cons: - lightweight plastic - will it hold up over time? - easily blown around in moderate breezes. - the push-button top is a nice feature BUT the opening is too small for easy filling.

    05/13/2022

    More Birds

    Hi David, Thank you for taking the time to offer your suggestions. We are always looking for ways to improve the birding experience for backyard birds and backyard birders, and the ideas and suggestions of innovative, thinking people are always welcome.

    DR
    04/23/2022
    David R.
    United States United States

    Feeding with Brown Small Lantern Sunflower Bird Feeder with Push-Button Top

    The feeder performs as expected. Even the Squirrels love it! In spite of the inclusion of Cayenne pepper to the feed (mixed with oil) the squirrels try to destroy the feeder in their quest for sunflower seeds.Can't us a baffle because of the type of pole I am using but the feeder is holding up to the invasion and the birds - all types and sizes seem to love it. The feeder is easy to fill and looks good in the yard. The construction seems to be sufficiently strong to withstand unwanted visitors.

    05/13/2022

    More Birds

    H David, We're sorry to hear that despite your squirrel-proofing efforts, you are continuing to experience issues with squirrels! Although this is not a squirrel-proof feeder, we would like to offer additional squirrel-proofing advice: The key to successfully keeping a feeder squirrel-proof is its placement. Squirrels are agile and are able to jump up to 8ft horizontally and 4ft vertically. For this reason, we recommend that feeders be placed 8ft away from any structures that they can climb on so that they do not reach across to access the feeding holes. It can be helpful to trim back and prune any nearby bushes or branches within 12ft of a feeder. We also recommend that feeders be placed higher than 4ft off the ground, preventing the squirrels from jumping and grabbing onto the bottom. If you are using a hook or pole, we recommend that the hook have at least a 16in distance from the pole. Placing a baffle on the pole will also help to ensure squirrel-proofing success. We are also including a link for more squirrel-proofing advice: https://morebirds.com/blogs/news/how-to-successfully-squirrel-proof-your-bird-feeders We hope this information helps!

    K
    04/14/2022
    Kristi
    United States United States

    So far well received by all

    The birds have been attracted to this new feeder hanging off of our deck. So far we have had black-capped chickadees, house finches, goldfinches, sparrows, nuthatches, cardinals, and robins. Unfortunately, even a few red-winged blackbirds have found it appealing. The mourning doves have attempted to feed on it, but not very successfully. Both Red and Gray squirrels seem to appreciate it as well, so everyone seems to be having a turn. I'm not sure if the plastic will be sturdy enough for the cold Minnesota winters, will need to wait and see.

    05/13/2022

    More Birds

    Hi Kristi, We're sorry to hear you are having issues with squirrels accessing your bird feeder! The key to successfully keeping a feeder squirrel-proof is its placement. Squirrels are agile and are able to jump up to 8ft horizontally and 4ft vertically. For this reason, we recommend that feeders be placed 8ft away from any structures that they can climb on so that they do not reach across to access the feeding holes. It can be helpful to trim back and prune any nearby bushes or branches within 12ft of a feeder. We also recommend that feeders be placed higher than 4ft off the ground, preventing the squirrels from jumping and grabbing onto the bottom. If you are using a hook or pole, we recommend that the hook have at least a 16in distance from the pole. Placing a baffle on the pole will also help to ensure squirrel-proofing success. We are also including a link for more information on squirrel-proofing: https://morebirds.com/blogs/news/how-to-successfully-squirrel-proof-your-bird-feeders We hope this information helps!