Charming flower-shaped feeder is ideal for mealworm offerings to attract neighborhood bluebirds. The frame is made from powder-coated metal with a dangling heart-shaped jewel to catch the eye of passing birds. The blue, 3 oz plastic dish can be filled with mealworms, mixed seed, or spreadable suet. Hanging ring can be hung from a shepherd's hook or similar hanging arm. 7" x 7" x 9" high. Holds 3 oz.
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How to Use Your Flower Feeder
Simply fill the bowl with live mealworms, dried mealworms, or other bluebird treats and hang feeder in an open area where bluebirds will see it.
Feeding mealworms during bluebird nesting season (March - August) may help increase the success rate of baby bluebirds making it out of your bluebird boxes. Feeding mealworms during winter weather can help bluebirds survive sudden cold and ice events.
Remove plastic dish from feeder on a weekly basis for cleaning. Empty out contents, wash the dish with nontoxic soap/water solution and wipe down the feeder frame. Rinse dish with clean water and dry thoroughly before refilling and re-hanging.