Cardinal No/No Feeder w/Free Book 11-1/2" dia x 7" h
Colorful Feeder for a Variety of Birds...
Great feeder, but not squirrel proof. If you can hang it far enough from a tree trunk and use baffles, then it would be. But then, any bird feeder would be under those conditions!
My squirrels would fling themselves onto the feeder and then wrap themselves around it (lying on the perch tray) and gorge themselves. The only thing they would not eat was the safflower....... until I bought the Cole's hot sauce to mix with the seeds. Since then, no squirrel problems!
I love this feeder because it is so bright and is made of all metal.....making it a breeze to clean. Also, I've seen up to EIGHT birds on it at a time! So far cardinals, house finches, sparrows, rose breasted grosbeaks, mockingbirds, doves, and a bird I can't identify.
I highly recommend buying this feeder!
May 14, 2013
Love it-nice looking-easy to fill-cannot go wrong with this feeder
May 4, 2013
Birds love it! I love it! Great feeder!
I bought this a few years ago along with the 5 tier no-no and all sorts of birds love it! I love it because it holds a great deal of seed, which means I don't always have to fill it up. It jusn't just attract cardinals; I get finches and blackbirds; i even had a mourning dove on it just yesterday.
Only caveat is that it needs a strong place to hand it onto as it gets a bit heavy when full with seed. I keep mine stocked with black oil sunflower seeds, which of course, all the birds love it. I highly recommend this feeder. It is metal and heavy duty. I've had mine for at least six years now. It still functions and hasn't rusted. Overall, I love this feeder. In fact, I'm back to buy another one to feed more birds.
April 28, 2013
this product works wonderfully
We hung this feeder and filled it with safflower and black oil sunflower seeds the squirrels hate the safflower seeds and find it very difficult to get to the other seeds. The cardinals and other small birds flock to the feeder each day and their songs are the perfect reward for buying this feeder.
March 20, 2013