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Copper Spiral Nyjer (Thistle) Feeder - 17 inch

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Consumers and birds LOVE patented Songbird Essentials BirdQuest Spiral Feeders! More ports means more birds. Birds love to Run The Spiral instead of flying to another perch. This feeder not only looks great in your yard, it is also well made and affordable. 

- Lifetime warranty on workmanship and normal wear and tear.

- Aluminum and stainless steel parts.

- Squirrel-proof: patented locking lid.

- Easy to clean: twist and clean (patent pending) bottom comes completely off for easy cleaning. This allows you to fill the top one time and the bottom the next. This means seed never gets old or moldy.

- Easy to hang: looped wire hanging cable included (150 lb. test) and attached. Holds cap, so you don't have to wonder where you put it.

- 2.5 Quart capacity (1.5 pounds).

- Optional 7.5" Seed Tray (sold separately)

- 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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews

Wished I had know to buy a squirrel cover, it’s not worth it with your handling and shipping costs for a lower priced item


My husband and I love our new thistle feeder!! We have it hanging on our deck where we can see all the bird activity as we get a lot of birds visiting our backyard. We have another thistle feeder on the other side of our deck so the finches are very happy. We also throw c

Great product and great service

The feeder is beautiful and lovely to see out my kitchen window. The finches love it too with is even more important. Squirrel proof and easy to fill and clean. Quick answers to my questions to Nature Niche.

Great product

I bought this for my hubby as he loves feeding the birds. It is a great quality feeder. The birds love it! The spiral is a very nice touch!

Beautiful Feeder

Looks just as it does in the pictures. Looking forward to using it this winter