Bird Life Vacation Bird Feeder
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About This Item
- Bird feeder with catch tray has an extra-large capacity, ideal for when birds have to be left alone.
- Dispenses food gradually to prevent overeating and minimize mess.
- Made of strong and durable plastic.
- Easily attaches to wire cages.
- Safe and nontoxic.
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|Bird Type||Pet Bird||Pet Bird||Pet Bird||Pet Bird||Wild Bird|
|Material||Plastic||Plant Material||Plastic||Plastic||Acrylic, Plastic|
|Capacity (Max)||4-cup||1/2 cup||10 ounces||8-cup||16-ounce|
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7 Customer Reviews
great for parakeets!
I have a very large flight cage and 9 parakeets. I bought two of these feeders to put their seed mix in, to cut down on hull mess everywhere and to minimize seed bowl maintenance. They work great in my opinion. My parakeets easily can access the seeds, and the catcher does a great job of minimizing thrown seeds and dropped hulls.
Parakeets Never Ate
It is a bit odd because it has to sit on the floor of the cage, which my parakeets don't do much. I had to put a perch in front of it, on the floor, so the birds could reach the food. But even then, my birds never at a seed from it.
Not what I expected
This item gets the job done, but not as well as I had hoped - it needs hooks or something to attach it to the cage because it just sits on the bottom and gets all moved around from the birds flapping. Also, the feeding tray part should be larger - they really have to stick their heads in to get the seeds.
Very disappointing no way to hang it bottom tray keeps sliding out Not worth the money at all
Head room much too short and cramped
Wow, the eating area of this feeder looks taller in the photo than it is in real life. The head room for eating is really narrow and much too cramped. My parrotlet's head actually hits the top dark brown slanted part while attempting to get even one seed, and she has to turn her head a little sideways! She also physically can't perch on the front perch as her neck and head come above where the solid part begins. She has to stand on a perch I put up just outside the feeder, therefore the seed hulls continue to drop into the cage because she literally can't eat over the hopper grate area itself. Needless to say, I don't think this is any good for anything larger than a small waxbill finch. i purchased this because the tray where the seed comes out is deeper (front to back) than the other brand I'm aware of that also has the pull out catch tray style. If this were redesigned to have a little more more head room in the eating area, it'd be perfect for the small hookbills like budgie, parrotlet, lovebird.
I am not a fan of this feeder,sorry but my parrot is not either! It doesnt fit in cage good I can see it hitting the floor after I have left,
Too small and flawed design
I expected a much larger item ( I guess I didn't pay close enough notice to specs). Even so, it is definitely not large enough for a vacation feeder as stated. Also I am very confused why there is a slotted bottom where the seed will come out. It will then fall to a enclosed "catcher". Therefore, the feed will not be accessible. So, in my opinion it is a total waste of money.