Suction-mounts directly to your window for a clear view of feeding birds. Features protective overhang to keep seeds dry, easy-fill sliding seed reservoir and weather-resistant polycarbonate construction. Attracts a variety of small songbirds such as chickadees, finches, and nuthatches. 3/4 quart capacity. 9-1/2" x 3-3/4" x 6-1/2" high. Lifetime guarantee.
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The Window Café will attract a variety of small songbirds such as chickadees, titmice, nuthatches, gold finches, and pine siskins.
Mounting and Filling your Feeder
Clean the windowpane surface with any good glass cleaner. Dry the window thoroughly.
Rub the Suction Cups' face with your thumb 15 - 20 times. This puts natural oils on the surface, which eliminates moisture and ensures proper adhesion to the glass.
Place the Roof section in desired area on the window. Place your thumbs on the screw heads and press feeder and cups against the glass, using a gentle circular motion to eliminate air pockets. Be sure the Roof is level from side to side. If it's not, the Feeder will hang crooked.
If you are not mounting the feeder for the first time, empty and if necessary, clean the hopper. Now fill the hopper with seed.
To Return the Hopper - Slide the locking buttons located on the two side panels of the hopper (top and back) along the two tracks on the underside of the roof. The locking buttons will go just beyond the tracks and fall into place.
Assembly and Disassembly
To Remove the Tray - Hold the Hopper fin in one hand and the tray in the other. Pull the parts away from one another until the tray pulls away from the hopper.
To Reassemble - Note that the tray has two protruding plastic "fins." The fins go on the window side. The pointed side of the hopper goes away from the window. Push the hopper and tray together until they snap into place.
Removing the Suction Cups
To attract birds to a newly placed feeder, scatter a few handfuls of seed on the windowsill and the ground under the window. Don't be discouraged if birds do not come to your feeder immediately, it may take them a few weeks to locate the feeder.
Selection of Food