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Give your outdoor birds the variety they love right from your window with the Droll Yankees The Winner Window Bird Feeder. Built to hold more than just seeds, it has a wide feeder tray that can accommodate fruits, mealworms, or suet. It also features a clear polycarbonate, height-adjustable canopy so you can get an unobstructed view of the action. Since you can add different types of food, it’s great for attracting different bird types, like cardinals, chickadees, finches, flickers, goldfinches, grackles, grosbeaks, jays, juncos, kinglets, nuthatches, sparrows, and more. Plus, it’s proudly made in the USA and is easy to set up with the durable suction cups.
|Dimensions||8 x 6.25 x 8 inches|
|Made In||United States|
|Feeder Type||Platform, Window|
|Farm Animal Type||N/A|
|Bird Type||Wild Bird|
†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.
Soak all parts in a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water.
I have had many different types of window feeders. This one is the best for three main reasons. 1. It’s easy to refill because you slide the tray off, the roof spins around, then seed can be added easily to the open tray. 2. It is so easy to clean, for the same reason, you can take the birdfeeder off the window and take the roof off quickly, and spray the whole thing with bleach solution. 3. You can lower the roof to exclude large birds. When refilling or cleaning, other feeders are difficult to line up the small catches with the small screws on the suction cups. Other feeders have fixed roofs that make it difficult to add seed or dissemble and clean it. And it’s impossible to adjust other feeders’ roofs to exclude large birds. This is simply the best feeder. I have never had a problem with the suction cups coming loose or plastic parts not holding up with the metal like somebody else complained of. That has never been a problem. I had one of these feeders for 12 years and now I’ve ordered two more. So happy to find it at Chewy
Have 2 of these, love it. Lowered dome so only little birds like titmouse, chickadees small woodpeckers can get in it. But Bluejays still manage to hang on to grab a peanut. Suchion cups work fine when clean and moistened on clean window. Squirrels can't reach it when properly placed. A little pricey, but great peanut feeder.
The suction cups have screws that are trying to screw into rubber so that was a fail. The screw to hold the adjustable pole for the lid is metal trying to screw into plastic that apparently has no tread- also a fail. I’ll be returning this. Definitely not worth the $30+ I paid for it.
It was supposed to be good in cold weather but one attempt by a hairy woodpecker and it all crashed down. I cleaned window, warmed and cleaned suction and it just won't stick.
The screw to secure the pole to the tray is defective. It does not tighten. I’ve had to glue and tape the pole into the slot. Two of the suction cups only support the dome, which is only connected to the tray via said defective pole. The bottom suction cup provides very little support and the tray essentially has to balance on the one suction cup alone. Hi
Having tried a few other feeders with frustration due to squirrel invasion or them knocking the feeder off the window, I am finally happy with the Droll Yankee. I’ve put it high enough that the squirrels can’t jump on it. It’s great!
This feeder is easy to put together and maintain and brings all kinds of birds to the window, including blue jays, cardinals and woodpeckers. I recommend using waste free high quality bird food only with this type of feeder.
I have used these Droll Yankees window feeders for years. I now have two installed on our kitchen windows. The are easy to installs during restock with seed, very durable and provide an excellent view for watching the birds feed.
My 7-year old granddaughter loves her new bird feeder. In less than 2weeks the birds arrived at her bedroom window! Glad I looked at your website
Great little feeder for up close observation. Holds tight to window, keeps seed dry. Everything from little goldfinches to less desirable blue jays can fit under the roof, however it does favor smaller song birds.