Droll Yankees New Generation Finch Flocker Nyjer Seed Bird Feeder

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Keep finches well-fed and within sight with the Droll Yankees New Generation Finch Flocker Nyjer Seed Bird Feeder. This metal feeder is equipped with a durable 8-inch UV-stabilized polycarbonate tube designed specifically to supply seed and deter pesky squirrels—plus, the tube keeps food levels visible to both you and the birds! Easily attach a seed tray or pole mounting to the threaded base and enjoy a long-lasting bird feeder experience due to the sturdy powder-coated metal components.

Key Benefits
  • Designed with a UV-stabilized polycarbonate tube.
  • Easily hang it with the stainless-steel wire or pole mounts on the threaded base.
  • Powder-coated metal cap and base with 4 ports are strong and accessible.
  • Add a seed tray or pole mounting to the threaded base!
  • Contoured base makes feeding even easier.

†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.

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  • Dimensions
    5.5 x 5.5 x 19.5 inches
  • Weight
    1.1 pounds
  • Feeder Type
  • Bird Type
  • Lifestage
  • Capacity (Max)†
  • Material
    Steel, Plastic

Use warm water and soap to clean. Dry clean before next use.

8-in5.5 inches5.5 inches12.75 inches
15-in5.5 inches5.5 inches19.5 inches
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    Nice, But You’re Going to Need a Dremel or Drill

    By Gims on Aug 11, 2021

    I have a slew of birds visiting my feeders, including finches. I decided to pick this up, figuring it’d be nice addition, and it is quality, but for days and days I had finches visit, then leave it for a different tube feeder. I’ve had to refill four feeders, but the seed in this one just never goes down. The problem? The ports are too tiny. Even though I filled it with a quality finch seed, I couldn’t shake a singe teeny tiny seed out of any feeder port. I highly recommend grabbing a Dremel tool or a drill with a small bit and widening the holes. Five minutes, and it’s working as it should.

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