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There’s sure to be a finch party in your neighborhood with the Droll Yankees Ring Pull Advantage Nyjer Seed Finch Bird Feeder. This easy-to-clean feeder has a classic silver metal design with 6 flower ports and a handy metal ring pull rod that allows for an impromptu scrub. Plus, this UV-stabilized polycarbonate design with sturdy metal components will help keep squirrel damage at bay!
|Dimensions||5.5 x 2.5 x 20.5 inches|
|Bird Type||Wild Bird|
|Material||Steel, Plastic, Metal|
†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.
Use warm water and soap to clean. Dry clean before next use.
This is a highly well made feeder. But, take note... it does not come with a plug to seal the bottom, threaded opening used for a pole. Used as-is with the hanging wire, all of your seed will fall out. You need to either purchase the 8" seed tray(comes with a plug) or devise your own plug, such as a cork.
This feeder attracts a lot of colorful finches and woodpeckers. The metal feed ports protect the feeder from destruction from woodpeckers and squirrels. This feeder is just the right size for enough feed between cleanings. We lost our first Droll Yankee finch feeder to bear and promptly replaced it. We have a weather guard shield above the feeder to keey the seeds dry.
This finch feeder is excellent, sturdy quality with a great mechanism for cleaning. The birds clearly enjoy it too!!
This is an excellent finch feeder - squirrel proof!
I have had 2 other bird feeders in the exact location. All have brought birds throughout the day. Not one bird has come to this feeder.
The finches prefer this feeder over the other (old) one. Each pirch has 4 slots to choose from and the finches love it. Truly happy with this purchase.
So far so good with this feeder. I like that the perches are metal. Birds love it too. I am thinking of buying another one to replace one of my other feeders in the future.
Droll Yankee finch feeder was packed unprotected with perches exposed on the bottom of the box and bags of birdseed on top of it. One perch poked a hole thru the side of the box, another tore a hole in a bag of nyjer, and another tore a hole in a bag of black sunflower. The feeder, the peanuts and the mealworms appear to be fine but most of the nyjer and sunflower spilled out in the box. Life is too short to try and sort them out. Sigh. Very disappointing.
Birds love it and so do I. Birds can clean up all the seeds in the feeder.
Feeder protruding from shipping box. Slight paint wear. Feeder works great.