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Flaming Hot Feast Wreath

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Original price $21.95 - Original price $21.95
Original price
$21.95
$21.95 - $21.95
Current price $21.95

This 100% seed wreath will feed the birds while keeping the squirrels away. What makes this product special is the formula; sunflower hearts, peanuts, golden safflower, and loads of mealworms. All with an extra hot “kick” to foil the squirrels. Great for your own backyard birds or give as the perfect gift to the bird lover in your life!

Dimensions: 9 × 9 × 3 in

Made in the USA!

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Patti T
Love these

I found one of these at at local Hallmark store 2 years ago. I have had to search to find them since and was delighted to find them at Nature Niche. I ordered 3. The birds love them, the squirrels don't touch them due to the hot pepper. I use hot pepper suet cakes as well. As an fyi be sure to enclose the wreath in the mesh bag that comes with it. If you don't, lesson learned on my first one, pieces will break as it gets eaten and fall to the ground. They are not cheap but they are pretty and feed only the birds so that is a win. They last a long time as well, it is a lot of seed.