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Double Suet Feeder with Tail Prop

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Hunter Green and Driftwood Recycled Plastic Double Suet Feeder with tail prop for the woodpeckers to balance with their tail. Designed to accommodate the Pileated Woodpecker. Holds two standard size suet or seed cakes and is easy to clean and disinfect.

Size: 19 x 8 x 2.5 inches not including ~8 inches of hanger height


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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Roberta Peless

I like the double suet feeder; however, the pileated woodpecker visited only once and used my regular suet feeder. I'm hopeful they will use the new one soon.

Yes, it can take several weeks for birds to adjust to new feeders. I've personally observed my pileated woodpeckers preference for the double suet feeder that hangs in a mature maple tree. They seem more comfortable there than on the one on a feeding station 30 ft away. You might try hanging it in a mature tree, if possible.

Robert Johnson
As advertised

The feeder takes two standard suet cakes and so far the red squirrels have not destroyed it. We are hoping to attract the Pileated woodpecker that is hanging around in the woods with this larger feeder but so far no luck.

Thank you for your feedback! I've had the best luck attracting pileated woodpeckers by placing suet feeders in large, overstory-sized trees. They will come to feeding stations, too, but seem most comfortable in the trees.

Ryan Jones

The woodpeckers love it

our local pileated woodpecker loves it

beautiful and well made. exactly what we needed

Juliette Engel
Never knew I had so many woodpeckers in my yard

The woodpeckers love the tail prop. I had a downy, a red bellied and a pileated today. Pure pleasure to watch. The feeder makes putting new suet cakes in very clean and easy. I take the feeder in at night because the raccoons can get it open