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Kaytee Finch Station 2

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  • Simple to use; easy to clean
  • Made in the usa
  • More surface area allows for more abundant number of birds to eat at the same time
  • Approximately 7 pounds capacity
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Kaytee Finch Station 2 + Kaytee #100501109 4ct Replacement Finch Sock + Wagner's 62053 Nyjer Seed Bird Food, 20-Pound Bag
Price for all three: $57.35

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Product Description

The KAYTEE Finch Station 2 is a soft, pliable mesh feeder that holds more than 7 pounds of food. The unique, Squiggle Sock design provides more surface area allowing an abundant number of birds to comfortably eat at the same time. The refillable feeder comes with a durable cable that is looped and ready to hang. Enjoy more bird watching opportunities with fewer refills thanks to the super-sized, weather-resistant dome reservoir which holds extra seed, automatically keeping socks filled longer. Each KAYTEE Finch Station 2 comes with four socks: two for use right away and two for replacement. Replace the socks every 4-6 weeks for optimum performance.The simple-to-use, easy-to-clean KAYTEE Finch Station 2 meets the standards of the Wild Bird Feeding Institute.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 4.9 x 9.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000UTJ4C6
  • Item model number: 100501082
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,851 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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4.5 out of 5 stars

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By kacunnin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 24, 2011
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I've been using "thistle socks" to feed the finches in my yard for a long time now. The ones I've been using are disposable "socks" filled with thistle seed that are available in grocery stores for around $4-$5. The birds love them.

So when I saw the KAYTEE FINCH STATION 2, I decided to give it a try. It's considerably larger than the disposable socks I have been buying, and I figured it would save me time and money over the long run.

The feeder is easy to set up -- all you do is turn the thing upside down, stretch the elastic tops of the two "socks" over the rings in the filling station, and then hang the feeder. Thistle seed is easily poured into the feeder once it's hung, and the two socks fill up quickly. The reservoir at the top of the station holds additional thistle seed, which falls into the socks as the birds feed.

I've had this hanging off my deck for two weeks now. The finches do come, but not in the numbers they did before. I'm going to give it more time, but the birds seem a bit put off by the appearance of the feeder (which does look a bit like some sort of alien creature!). I certainly haven't seen the numbers of finches pictured on the box!

One other negative -- as pointed out by some other reviewers, the weave of the mesh fabric used for the socks is a bit too open, so that thistle seed tends to fall out as the feeder is filled and as birds hop around on the socks. I wouldn't say the thistle "pours out," and I don't think enough is lost to negate the feeder's good points. But I'm also wondering if the open weave of the fabric has been deterring the finches. They really did seem to like the disposable socks better.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Inside9 on December 4, 2008
I own this product and finches love it however it is too porous. Much of the precious nyjer is wasted on the ground beneath. For a fraction of the price I bought a THISTLE SAK FEEDER by Gardner/Homestead and remedied the situation. The mesh is finer yet sturdy. I am now visited by dozens of finches without mounds of wasted uneaten seeds. Give it a try, you'll more than make up the cost in no time!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By RDubs on July 22, 2010
In my initial review, I complained that the feeder was wasting too much nyjer seed, by allowing it to fall out of the feeder. I have discovered that much of this seed was actually empty shells (it's hard to tell with nyjer seed because of their tiny size). Sometimes you don't realize how much seed these little finches can go through in a short period of time! While I have noticed that this feeder does let more seed fall out then other thistle feeders I've had, it fulfills it's purpose and the birds love it! Thanks to Marty for bringing this to my attention, since this review was a while ago and I forgot about it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Nabarda on November 3, 2010
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This was a replacement for one I'd had for several years. The finches used to leave my yard when the weather turned warm, but now they stay all year! In mid-winter, I have had as many as 36 little birds on the feeder at a time. The seed reservoir in the top means you don't need to replenish seeds nearly as often.
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I got this and filled it with wagner's nyjer seed. It replaced a plain single finch sock that I filled with walmart sold nyjer seed.

I am very pleased with it, I was also very pleased when I saw the one I got was yellow. I had found some information that claimed you can attract more goldfinches with the color yellow.

I have seen mine look like the picture except for the color yellow instead of green.

I also like the fact that unlike plain sock feeders this has a hopper at the top, that way I can fill the hopper and the socks stay full as the birds eat. When I first got it I noticed some feed made its way out of the hopper and I assumed it was because of me using it wrong, but upon closer inspection I see there are 4 clips that hold the clear part of the hopper on tight, 1 of the 4 appears broken, so I will buy another one of these (I need another feeder anyway) and return the old one if I find the new one doesn't have a 4th broken clip. With the number of finches I get the hopper goes from full to about 1/5 in a single day, so I have to fill it everyday. The hopper holds quite a lot of feed, so it is definitely popular with the finches.

I put a long clear finch feeder right next to this one and they only use it if there's no room for more finches on this one (or if there's an aggressive finch that thinks it needs more room). Maybe I should have just gotten a 2nd one of these, but I like to give my birds variety.

Edit: It hasn't been but maybe 1 or 2 days since I wrote the review and already the birds have emptied the hopper and about 1/4 of one of the socks in a single day. I bought the 10 lb bag of nyjer feed when I bought the feeder, and I just emptied that bag. It has been about 8.5 days (.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By GD on March 16, 2013
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Goldfinches love this feeder. The pic on the box is not an untypical in portraying the number of birds that will feed at one time. They hit it so hard, that the feeder must be refilled every one to two days. It is built solidly and installing the socks is very easy.

As far as healing the dead, a bird hit the patio door broke its neck and was laying sprawled out on my porch. I picked the poor guy up and was taking him to the woods for disposal, when he suddenly came back to life and flew away. My friend has tried to convince me that the bird was just knocked out, but I'm not buying it..

Also, I am reinforcing a closet with wire mesh. This is in case I inadvertently created a new species of undead zombie goldfinches hell bent on world destruction. .I suggest you do the same.
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