Classic Bluebird Feeder 15" x 11" x 11" high
This bird feeder is a great buy! It keeps out the big birds. No bluebirds yet-still trying. The wrens and chickadees hop right in and help themselves. They are fun to watch.
March 5, 2014
Very Nice Feeder
My wife & I keep several different feeders out at all times. This mealworm feeder is probably the best built one we have. I am impressed with the precision and quality of the feeder. Having the hold down screw keep[s grackles and other undesirable species out of the feeder. It was easy to mount on top of a 4X4 post and blends right in with our other wooden houses and feeders. We have two nesting pairs of Bluebirds and two nesting pairs of Chickadees plus 12 houses of Martins. A wooded area adjacent to our property has several pairs of Cardinals that visit our feeders. So we use a lot of different feeders and houses. We have two feeders for sunflower seed, two for safflower seeds, three humming bird feeders and two suet block feeders plus a post mounted water fountain and this mealworm feeder. This mealworm feeder s the best I have seen and would recommend this to friends and family. Great feeder.
May 11, 2013
This feeder can hold a lot of meal worms!!!
I received two of these feeders on Monday April 8. I put a few cups of dried meal worms in each feeder and then placed them in two different trees in our back yard. We had been using two small tray feeders filled with dried meal worms. The Bluebirds had to share with the Chickadee's, Robbins, and of course Red Wing Black Birds and Starlings. I wasn't sure if the Bluebirds would take to these, but in two days, I had Bluebirds in each one. Wish I would have found these a few years ago. We have seven nest boxes for the Bluebirds. They have a little competition for boxes with Tree Swallows, but we have a 1/2 acre pond, so the Tree Swallows are welcome,as they eat a lot of mosquito's. These feeders are GREAT!!!!
April 10, 2013
This product a step ahead
Love this feeder! Holes much higher than normal which keeps larger birds from hanging on the sides and putting heads in to help themselves. Also much more room for fledglings to fit in together with parents.
August 11, 2012