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Barrier Guard Feeder Perch Accessory

by Erva
Original price $19.95 - Original price $19.95
Original price
$19.95
$19.95 - $19.95
Current price $19.95

Add a perch to your Barrier Guard Feeder for birds to land and eat! This easy-to-attach accessory is just what your feeder needs to make it even more inviting to hungry birds.

Fits the following Erva Barrier Guard Feeders:

BBF1 - Bluebird Barrier Guard Feeder

BBF1C - Copper Bluebird Barrier Guard Feeder

SUET1 - Double Suet Cake Feeder

SUET1C - Copper Double Suet Cake Feeder

PNF1  - Peanut and Sunflower Feeder

This perch WILL NOT work with the Erva Barrier Guard Seed Cylinder Feeder (CYFB1). 

Assembly required.  Made in the USA.

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Customer Reviews

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JP
Sturdy but design needs tweaking

Very sturdy and easy to attach to the bluebird feeder but the perches are way too long - they extend so far out that the breeze makes it bang on my large shepherd's hook. Will remove a couple to stop this. Also the large perches make it easy for the bully birds to light and guard the feeder - they reach in and snatch the dried mealworms that get scattered. Shorter, thinner, perches might work better, rounded (looped) perches similar to those on some hummingbird feeders.

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Adri Washburn
Barrier Guard Feeder Perch Accessory

Easy to put together and though I haven't seen a lot of Bluebirds on it (the reason I bought it), there have been a couple of sightings.