Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by Barnet Love the way it is built.
I had a gazabo and the sides were open.. This one has 'windows' all around the sides & keeps the rain out. Keeps the seed dry and does not get moldy. It is well built and the birds love that it has so many sides on it. It is fun watching the birds walk all around it. It also is difficult for the squirrels to get on it . That is a plus. I love this feeder because it holds so much seed , you don't have to fill it so often. I would highly recommend it .
October 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by penny123 Beautiful
This is very well made and can't cant to get it mounted so all the birds can enjou it.
March 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by WestCoastBirder Excellent feeder, large, sturdy and hopefully weather resistant.
The Le Grande Gazebo feeder is nice and large and dispenses seed nicely without wasting. It can hold a large amount of feed (I would say 15 to 20 pounds).
So far it is holding up well and looks like it will weather well. I like the clear plastic sleeves as it makes it easy to see the seed levels. These panels are also pretty sturdy. I've had other similar feeders and the plastic sleeves were too thin and broke easily.
November 26, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by mediocreguy A nice, high-capacity feeder, but...
I wanted a feeder that looks good and holds about 20 pounds of bird seed. This one meets both criteria and the build quality is good.
However, I did run into one small problem. After loading seed to the top of the feeder, I noticed that the vertical support bars were separating from the horizontal bars at the top of the feeder that support the removable top. The vertical bars were attached with only one staple into the horizontal bar at each joint. This was not enough to support the outward pressure of the seed at the top of the feeder. I was able to repair the problem by replacing the staples with screws and applying some wood glue to the joints. Of course, the screws are more visible than the staples, but securing the joint was more important in this case.
March 4, 2014