Your backyard birds deserve the best. This wood feeder is shaped for claws and is designed without an enclosure for a safe, practical meeting place for birds and critters.
Dimensions: 17"w x 24"d x 19"h
Made of select-grade, pressure-treated, southern yellow pine.
Wood is hand selected for appearance and strength.
Assembled with stainless steel screws.
One year warranty included
Invite your feathered friends to your back yard with our Amish bird feeders. Amish Furniture Factory offers a nice variety of bird feeders in several sizes and varieties. Our Gazebo bird feeders have proved to be popular sellers over the years and can be easily mounted on a post or hung from a tree branch or pole. All of our bird feeders are hand made using select grade material and are pressure treated to ensure a long life outdoors.
The benefits of owning and maintaining a bird feeder on your property has many benefits. Not only can you observe the seasonal arrival of the different bird species, you will be aiding in their survival and their ability to care for their young during fledgling stage and periods of seasonal food shortages. If you properly prepare your bird feeders in the spring, many species will remain through the duration of the spring, summer, and fall seasons once they have been attracted, before they begin their southern bi-annual bird migration. Another significant benefit to attracting birds to your yard is an increased control on the insect population. Especially if you live near a body of water or wooded area you will benefit by reducing higher than normal insect populations since birds are natural predators of many types of insects.
How can you attract birds to your backyard? First, purchase a variety of bird feeders, bird houses, and bird baths that have successful track records from being sold to customers in previous seasons of attracting a wide variety of bird species, and have been all around proven to be bird friendly. Some bird feeders for example, favor one type of species over another, or can possibly trap or injure birds. Give your bird feeders a quick rinse before filling them with fresh seed, suet, or syrup. Lastly, once the spring feeding furry begins, ensure your bird feeders remain stocked throughout the feeding seasons. This will increase the chances that your new friends will return after their initial visits.
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