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Bugs, Nuts and Berries Seed Cylinder 1.5 lbs

Original price $14.99 - Original price $14.99
Original price
$14.99
$14.99 - $14.99
Current price $14.99
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This new flavor from Lizzie Mae is also mess-free, so great for use near patios and sidewalks! A tempting treat for all manner of your favorite backyard birds (and maybe some new visitors)! Made with high quality ingredients on an Amish farm in Ohio.

Product Details:

Dimensions: 7.5" tall, 4" in diameter.

Cylinder is hollow down the center for use in seed cylinder/seed log feeders.

Attracts: Woodpeckers, Cardinals, Grosbeaks, Chickadees, Titmice, Nuthatches, Finches, Sparrows, Blackbirds, Jays, Doves, Juncos, Robins, Waxwings, Bluebirds, Buntings, Tanagers, Siskins (and Squirrels)

Dimensions: 7.5" tall, 4"  in diameter.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein Not Less Than….24.0%
Crude Fat Not Less Than……….30.0%
Crude Fiber Not More Than……11.0%

INGREDIENTS

Sunflower Chips, Almonds, Walnuts, Pistachios, Cashews, Shelled Peanuts, Mealworms, Cranberries, Papaya Chunks, Juniper Berries, Gelatin.

Made in the USA.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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Gloria Francis
Cylinders

Easy to use and the birds love them. The squirrels love them too 😂

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jimmy
bugs nuts and berries

very good birds eat it right up

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Michelle Proctor
Love watching the little birds.

So far no bluebirds but one by one the Downies, Chickadees, Titmice, and a little wren have figured out how to enter the cage and feast on the bluebird column with mealworms. I don’t see how the bluebirds will fit through the openings but I am trusting you when you advertise this feeder as a bluebird feeder.

The barrier guard on any of the barrier guard feeders that we carry is made specifically to allow bluebirds and smaller birds to get through to enjoy the food on the inside.

Please note that the 'area' of the square opening is 1.960' inches. The standard and ornithologist recommended opening for a bluebird house port is 1.5' (area is 1.76'). So, the area of the feeder opening is actually 11% larger than a typical bluebird house opening.

In the following 'Mondays with Martha' the owner shows footage of her own barrier guard feeders in use that her bluebirds have learned to navigate:
https://nature-niche.com/blogs/mondays-with-martha/mondays-with-martha-140-winter-wild-bird-feeding
https://nature-niche.com/blogs/mondays-with-martha/mondays-with-martha-191-how-to-deter-european-starlings

It can take anywhere from 1-4 weeks for the birds to find, figure out, and get used to a new feeder, so please don't get discouraged. It is a great sign that your other little birds have figured it out!

C
Charles Price
So many birds

These are incredible. At one point yesterday on a frigid January in upstate NY, I had 12 goldfinches, 5 bluebirds and a few hairy and downy woodpeckers. Later the creepers, titmice and chickadees arrived. Juncos all over the ground underneath! What a pleasure to watch from the warm house.

C
Cynthia Wyant
Robyn Robin

The Feed Tubes for my yard birds took a few days for them to trust/eat, but now I get a mix of beautiful Ohio songbirds and rascally squirrels at the feeding station. All hungry critters are welcome.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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(8)
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(0)
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G
Gloria Francis
Cylinders

Easy to use and the birds love them. The squirrels love them too 😂

j
jimmy
bugs nuts and berries

very good birds eat it right up

M
Michelle Proctor
Love watching the little birds.

So far no bluebirds but one by one the Downies, Chickadees, Titmice, and a little wren have figured out how to enter the cage and feast on the bluebird column with mealworms. I don’t see how the bluebirds will fit through the openings but I am trusting you when you advertise this feeder as a bluebird feeder.

The barrier guard on any of the barrier guard feeders that we carry is made specifically to allow bluebirds and smaller birds to get through to enjoy the food on the inside.

Please note that the 'area' of the square opening is 1.960' inches. The standard and ornithologist recommended opening for a bluebird house port is 1.5' (area is 1.76'). So, the area of the feeder opening is actually 11% larger than a typical bluebird house opening.

In the following 'Mondays with Martha' the owner shows footage of her own barrier guard feeders in use that her bluebirds have learned to navigate:
https://nature-niche.com/blogs/mondays-with-martha/mondays-with-martha-140-winter-wild-bird-feeding
https://nature-niche.com/blogs/mondays-with-martha/mondays-with-martha-191-how-to-deter-european-starlings

It can take anywhere from 1-4 weeks for the birds to find, figure out, and get used to a new feeder, so please don't get discouraged. It is a great sign that your other little birds have figured it out!

C
Charles Price
So many birds

These are incredible. At one point yesterday on a frigid January in upstate NY, I had 12 goldfinches, 5 bluebirds and a few hairy and downy woodpeckers. Later the creepers, titmice and chickadees arrived. Juncos all over the ground underneath! What a pleasure to watch from the warm house.

C
Cynthia Wyant
Robyn Robin

The Feed Tubes for my yard birds took a few days for them to trust/eat, but now I get a mix of beautiful Ohio songbirds and rascally squirrels at the feeding station. All hungry critters are welcome.