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Green Steel Magnum Thistle Feeder

Green Steel Magnum Thistle Feeder
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* Mesh feeder tube holds 4 quarts of Nyjer thistle seed and feeds multiple finches at one time
* Fill with Nyjer thistle to attract a variety of birds such as goldfinches, redpolls, pine siskins, and others
* Durable steel construction lasts and lasts

Squirrel Resistant ProductAll-steel constructed, seed tube feeder attracts and feeds a variety of wild birds and deters squirrels. Constructed of heavy-duty steel with a durable powder coat finish in two functional designs. Feeder includes a 12" long cable and stainless steel hook top hanger, as well as drainage holes in the base to keep the seed dry and fresh. Oversized, 11-1/2" diameter lid easily slides off for simple seed refills and cleaning. Feeder features a black, 5" diameter steel mesh feeder tube with 1/8" openings. Holds 4 quarts (approx. 5 lbs) of thistle seed. Overall feeder measures 9" diameter by 13" high. Arrives fully assembled.

Size 9" diameter x 13" high
Seed Capacity 4 quarts (approx. 5 lbs)
Top Hanger 12" long cable with stainless steel hook
Feeder Tube 5" diameter, black steel mesh
Seed Base 9" diameter powder coated base
Perfect for Finches, redpolls, pine siskins, and more!

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