Attracting and feeding a variety of wild birds. The EVENSEED™ SILO wild bird feeder, with its three different seed compartments, enables you to attract, feed, and enjoy a wider variety of birds. read full product details »
It's like having three feeders in one! Enjoy watching a wider variety of birds as they feast on the different kinds of seeds you can provide them in this wild bird feeder.
The Perky-Pet® Evenseed™ Silo, with its innovative design holds three lbs. of seed and has six feeding stations. Its EVENSEED™ system has three independent seed compartments so ports stay active longer and attract more and different birds. The clear, shatter-proof plastic reservoirs make it easy to monitor seed levels. Comes fully assembled.
Remember to clean your wild bird feeder once every two weeks with a mild soap and water solution.
Placing the Feeder
Cleaning the Feeder
Keeping Feeder Squirrel-Free
Perky-Pet® is the leading supplier of Wild Bird Feeders and Accessories. Perky-Pet® Wild Bird Feeder models lure the bird in pursuit of seed—providing you with hours of joy as random wild birds flock to feed at your house.
Perky-Pet® Evenseed™ Silo - Specifications
Evenseed™ 3-in-1 feeder system
Comes fully assembled
What's in the Box:
1 Wild bird feeder
3 lb. seed capacity
6 feeding stations
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Love this bird feeder! It's easy to fill and the "raised" openings prevent the seed from falling out. It is designed to hold three different types of bird seed, but I've been using only one type of seed. Five finches have been feeding at one time; the grosbeaks, nuthatches and chickadees love it also. The squirrels have a hard time reaching into the side openings to get the seed, however, they've figured out how to slide the top up to get at the top seed holder. I suppose some type of weight could be added to the lid to prevent it from being lifted. I just purchased the same type of feeder for my mom to enjoy as well.
Review Posted on Amazon.com April 22, 2011
Good quality feeder. Nice selection of smaller / midsized birds. We've had everything from gold finches to red headed woodpeckers to blue jays, but it's difficult for birds any larger (even a little difficult for blue jays). Not squirrel proof, but works well with a baffle.
Review Posted on Amazon.com September 26, 2010
It is easy to put bird food into. It does not spill. It outlasts hurricanes and squirrels (they really do spin right off). It is easy enough for cardinals, sparrows and bluejays to use. It doesn't let pigeons really get to the food, but that may or not may be so bad.
It does not come with any watch to attach the bird feeder to anything. This one is a no brainer but may save some people a second shipment from amazon. Order some picture hanging wire (the steel mesh) and an eye-hook and you can secure this thing to anywhere.
Also a tip for people who want to easily pull the unit down. Lift the green roof and pull the steel wire out of each side to let the plastic piece fall off. The plastic piece can then be refilled and re-attached to the hanging part.
Review Posted on Amazon.com November 11, 2009
I have used this brand of feeder for years. It always attracts birds. It is sturdy, easy to fill and holds a fair quantity of seeds. All the perches fill up quickly and stay filled most of the day with goldfinch, purple finches, juncos, nuthatches, woodpeckers.
Review Posted on Amazon.com July 23, 2009
The 3 chambers in this feeder make for a flurry of activity every day! It's easy to fill, and clean, and the birds can peacefully share the space. The holes are designed to give the birds free access without hurting themselves. The top stays on, and so far, the squirrels haven't been able to get at the seeds. This is far and away a better choice than those boring tube feeders!
Review Posted on Amazon.com March 20, 2011
It does attract a lot of birds, which my cats love. Only possible downside is that it is hard to fill without spilling quite a bit of bird seed. Other then that it rocks.