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Copper Spiral Seed (Sunflower) Feeder - 17 inch

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Original price $39.99
Current price $35.99

Add some style to your yard with this Copper Mixed Seed Spiral Feeder. Consumers and birds LOVE patented Songbird Essentials BirdQuest Spiral Feeders! This feeder is not only well made, it is very affordable.

- More ports means more birds. Birds love to "Run The Spiral" instead of flying to another perch.

- Spiral allows cardinals, grosbeaks, and other desirable large songbirds to feed. With normal perch tube feeders, these birds have difficulty feeding without a seed tray.

- Lifetime warranty on workmanship and normal wear and tear.

- Aluminum and stainless steel parts.

- Squirrel-resistant with patented locking lid--just twist and lock.  For best results, use a baffle or guard with this feeder, as desperate squirrels can and will chew through the plastic tube.

- Easy to clean: twist and clean (patent pending) bottom comes completely off for easy cleaning. No screws to mess with.

- Easy to hang: looped wire hanging cable included (150 lb. test).

- Holds cap, so you don't have to wonder where you put it.

- Feeders come completely assembled (in beautiful open view box.) Take out of the box, hang in your yard, and watch how fast the birds are attracted to the patented Spiral Perch.

- 2.5 Quart capacity (1.5 pounds).

- Optional 7.5" Seed Tray (sold separately). The clear tray shown above screws into the bottom of this feeder to attract a wider variety of birds to your yard.

- Use the SESQ83 12 inch Hanging Baffle or SE120 Copper 16 inch Weather Block Baffle to help protect your seed and feeder from squirrels and weather.

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Karen Kozerski
Birds are happy!

A week or so after hanging the feeder (with add-on bottom tray) in the colder weather we attracted cardinals, blue Jays and variety of finches. As the seasons have changed, we have now seen goldfinches, cardinals, pileated woodpeckers, doves and a very acrobatic squirrel who likes to jump around the baffle...

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Elyse Kopel
Save Your Money

This feeder is a HUGE disappointment. First, it is shown in the ONLY photo with a tray attached at the bottom. When it arrived, my first disappointment was no tray and I take responsibility for not reading the WHOLE description that notes at the bottom, "tray sold separately". Eager to use this feeder after deciding to "upgrade" from lower end feeders, I filled it and put it out. It has been outside for over ONE WEEK and not one bird has gone near it. I have many birds including Cardinals and Blue Jays constantly in my yard who have always gone to my "cheaper" feeders and they don't go near this one! I think this feeder is completely misrepresented as "good for larger songbirds" -- I don't think larger songbirds can get near the ports since the ports are poorly spaced and way too close to the spiral. There is not one mention of it accommodating larger birds on the packaging from the manufacturer! I feel duped, like I took my money and tore it up! Back to lower end feeders and hopefully my birds to come back!!!!

So sorry you didn't understand that the tray is sold separately and that you're not seeing any bird feeding action yet.  Please know that the language we use to describe this feeder comes directly from the manufacturer's website.  

If you have placed this new feeder in the same location as your previous feeders, you may want to check on the quality and/or freshness of the seed you are using.  It is odd that you are seeing no birds at all, especially if feeding in the same location as previously.  As with all seed feeders, it's important to use high quality, fresh seed and check your feeder periodically to make sure the sunflower or other seeds are not going bad.   To attract your cardinals and blue jays, use seed mixes with premium black oil sunflower seed, safflower, and peanut splits.  Birds can be picky about their seed selection and will steer clear of spoiled seed or mixes with undesirable fillers.  Try some fresh seed, perhaps from a different supplier, before giving up on this feeder.

Also, if you have placed this feeder in a new location, it may take more than a week for the birds to find it and change their feeding habits.
I hope this helps!