Rated 4 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5 out of 5 by BunnyTx Perfect
I wanted a feeder that the Cardinals could use, because they have trouble hanging on to the short tube feeder perches. This feeder paired with an Arundale Mandarin Hanging Squirrel Baffle works perfectly. It empties every day.
Also, the metal and acrylic will hold up much longer in the Texas heat than a plastic feeder. :)
July 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by juliaisabluebird Great feeder - Great price!
Wow! Just received my order of 2 of these and will probably be back for more to stock up for next winter. I thought these were plastic but they are sturdy metal. What a nice feeder for this price. I have spent literally hundreds of dollars on more expensive feeders that weren't worth their price. Have decided to just buy a bunch of "cheap" ones and replace as necessary. These will last longer than a couple of my expensive ones did. Thanks Fosters & Smith for enabling the less than wealthy to help the birds! :)
March 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Snookie Best Bird Feeder, EVER!
I have had the pleasure of owning soooo many feeders throughout the years, tall, small, squirrel proof..for Gold Finches, Cardinals..you name it..but, this is the best feeder EVER. It is durable..wonderful circular perch, and best of all, easy to fill with seed..large opening and easy access.
The price is absolutely amazing. I just ordered 3 more feeders! I know a good thing when I see it..price. quality and practical! You will not be disappointed.
February 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tasha1 Great Little Feeder
I purchased one of these for my front yard and I am going to get a second one for the back yard. I like the way the lid slides up to pour food into it, then slides back down and locks into place. I don't have to remove the feeder from the tree each time I want to fill it up. It holds approximately 2-3 cups, smaller amounts, which is to my liking. It has held up well with heavy winds and snow. Birds of all sizes (flickers, jays, finches, nuthatches) dine at this little feeder and keep coming back.
January 18, 2015