The Perky-Pet® Thistle Sack Finch Feeder is another way to attract those bright colored finches to your backyard. The finches will enjoy clinging to the soft fabric of this feeder as it easily dispenses thistle seed. Featuring colorful natural designs, hang this feeder from the hanging chain attached to the sack. This feeder can hold up to 3 lbs. of thistle seed. Feed multiple birds at once with the wonderful Thistle Sack Finch Feeder from Perky-Pet®!
Placing the Feeder
Cleaning the Feeder
Keeping Feeder Squirrel-Free
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Perky-Pet® Thistle Sack Finch Feeder
Colorful sack with natural designs
Includes hanging chain
Easy to cling fabric
Feeds multiple birds at once
Holds 3 lbs. of thistle seed
What's in the Box:
1 Finch feeder
3 lb. seed capacity
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I expected this thistle sack to come with seed in it but it didn't and that is OK. I buy thistle in bulk and can fill it inexpensively. The price is good and it is the long bag which needs filling less often. Not being filled is actually a plus since it is a Christmas present and I can take it outside and fill it after my friend opens it.
Amazon Review, Great thistle sackMarch 08, 2013
This is the best thistle sack I have used. The birds flock to it and it doesn't waste as much seed as others.
sack feederApril 24, 2012
Review Posted on Amazon.comOctober 06, 2010
This is my favorite feeder when it isn't raining. I don't have to fill it very often because of the 2 lb size. Our birds actually flocked to it. I am thinking it is because the yellow bird is similar to them. I get an occasional red finch. Using this sack was the first time I attracted tons of yellow finches, at least 10 or more at a time because they don't have to fight for a place, just cling to the sides. I love it. Only down side is that it has to be covered in the winter. I used a very large umbrella last year, but this year I am switching to the metal feeder with a similar design that has a umbrella type top.