Feeding wild birds without squirrel damage to feeder. Are you tired of your bird feeders looking chewed up by squirrels? This innovative feeder's metal design will put an end to that problem! read full product details »
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Perky-Pet® 16" Metal Finch Feeder
Are you tired of your bird feeders looking chewed up by squirrels? This innovative feeder's metal design will put an end to that problem!
Our Perky-Pet® 16" Metal Finch Feeder has an all metal design that squirrels can't damage. The full circle of perforations on the feeder allows more birds to feed at one time. This sturdy, innovative feeder holds 1.5 lb. of seed.
Remember to clean your metal finch 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® 16" Metal Finch Feeder - Specifications
All metal design that squirrels can't damage
Full circle of perforations that allow more birds to feed at one time
What's in the Box:
1 Wild bird feeder
1.5 lb. seed capacity
30-Day Satisfaction Guaranteed Policy
Your satisfaction with our bird feeders and service is our top priority!
If you are anything less than completely satisfied with your bird feeder or bird accessory, you may return it within 30 days of receipt for a product replacement or money refund of your full merchandise cost. It's part of our worry-free shopping policy!
These were as expected from the reviews. No problems. Finches love them and adapted quickly from the finch socks to these. No squirrel troubles either, which is a bonus. Good purchase!
Amazon Review, Works greatJuly 04, 2013
I had a mesh bag Gold Finch feeder that I liked but was damaged by our cat. I wanted one that was more robust and cat proof. This one is certainly that. It looks great, clean and noble, and is very well designed.
I read some other reviews about birds not feeding on the metal tube feeder and was concerned it would happen to me. In order to mitigate the risk of this happening I had the metal tube feeder ready to go and had birds actively feeding on the mesh bag. I removed the mesh bag and replaced it quickly with the metal tube and walked away. The birds returned but were a little confused and reluctant for about 5 minutes. Then one of them figured out how to land on it and the rest followed. Now it's a scene of golden finches.
The nyger seed will fall through the holes a little bit on fill up until there's enough pressure from the weight of the seed to hold it in place. I would suggest filling it up over a cookie pan or large bowl to catch the fall out.
Amazon Review, The fincher flock around it all dayJune 24, 2013
I purchased this finch feeder for our back yard and filled it with thistle. The next day I had at least thirty finches hanging on it. I now spend much of my retired days watching the finches!
Amazon Review, Come and get it...June 08, 2013
Second one I have ordered... Birds love it... Squirrels check it out but move on as its to much work for a few small seeds..Goldfinches hang upside down all around it... Well made, holds a lot of seed... You will be happy with this feeder...
This is a fabulous product that works exactly as described. I hung it up filled with Wagner's Nyjer Thistle feed and within 2 days had 6-12 birds fighting to stay on all day. Like one other user, I put some small twigs in but the birds rapidly learned to use the holes too. The problem with small seed falling out while filling is easily overcome by filling over a sheet of newspaper. Some seed does come out but once it is full, gravity and friction take over and it works perfectly. The seed on the paper is put in the top and nothing is lost. I didn't even know we had goldfinches in this area until we hung this feeder. Now, we have flashes of yellow in our yard all the time. As for squirrels, they don't stand a chance. I have never seen one successfully get to the feeder