Tucson Bird Designs Tail Prop Suet Bird Feeder

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About This Item

  • Easy-to-fill design holds a single suet cake.
  • Features a special tail prop landing to help birds stay upright while munching.
  • Specially made to attract birds like woodpeckers, flickers, sapsuckers, wrens and nuthatches.
  • Durable, vinyl-coated steel mesh protects tiny bird feet.
  • Sturdy spruce-wood feeder is made in the USA.

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Bird TypeWild BirdWild Bird, Titmouse, Nuthatch, Chickadee, WoodpeckerWild Bird, Bluebird, Titmouse, Nuthatch, Chickadee, WoodpeckerWild BirdWild Bird, Cardinal, Bunting...
MaterialWoodSteel, MetalSteel, MetalWoodMetal, Plastic
Capacity (Max)435 cubic inches2 suet cakes56-oz or 1 suet cake5-Ib, 12-ounce1.5 lbs
FarmAnimalTypeN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Questions & Answers

3 Customer Questions


Would this feeder work for pileated woodpeckers
Answer by ChewyJun 02, 2022
This feeder is specially made to attract birds like woodpeckers, flickers, sapsuckers, wrens and nuthatches.

Where is this product made?
Answer by ChewyJan 05, 2022
The Tail Prop Suet Feeder and all Tucson Bird Designs products are manufactured in the USA.

How best to mount this feeder?
Answer by ChewyFeb 11, 2021
The Tail Prop Suet Feeder is a hanging suet feeder equipped with closed-loop chain and an o-ring that will fit over most s hooks and shepherd hooks. This feeder is not meant to be mounted directly to a post or tree.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nanc on May 16, 2022

Yummy peanuts

About 5 minutes after I put peanut cherry suet block in, 2 woodpeckers arrived. They brought a baby with them to share the delicacy.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Coffeecat on Jan 5, 2022

Great feeder

This is the second feeder like this that I have purchased. Really good for the Flickers to rest on while eating, as well as jays. Finches use it also. It really needs to be clear coated for it to hold up better in rainy Oregon. My son will do that. Easy to use and hang.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By JNA1 on Sep 30, 2021

High Quality and Birds Love It!

I purchased this suet feeder to replace the basic green cage version. I am very happy with this product. It is very high quality - the wood is heavy and the construction is sturdy. Most importantly, my birds love it. Multiple birds can eat at a time while others hang out to wait their turn. I have gone through LOTS of suet since I bought this. Definitely recommend if you are looking to upgrade.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By nancer on Mar 6, 2022

My woodpeckers love this

Very sturdy and good size for all size woodpeckers


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By cathny on Jun 11, 2021

Great Suet Feeder

This is a great feeder for suet . It is my first time feeding birds with suet. To the previous review, be patient! It took a while 4 to 6 weeks before I saw birds going to it.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Omaeileen on Mar 2, 2021

Disappointed so far

It has been up a couple weeks now and no birds coming to it. Saw a squirrel trying to pull suet out, but no birds. My other feeder I got all kinds of birds (and the squirrel). Same suet brand. ??? Going to try another kinds of suet and hope the birds will start up again.