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Gadjit WP1 Black Gadjit Soda Bottle Feeder
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- Clever Idea #763 This idea is for the birds. Literally. A green/black plastic perch, dish, and dispenser that you can screw onto an inverted plastic pop bottle to convert it into a bird feeder.
- Obviously, the bottle should have been emptied of pop and filled with seed. One of those "100 things to do with old coat hangers" ideas that really works!! Complete with instructions and bail to hang the completed feeder.
- Please note: this feeder will not attach properly to the new Coca-Cola low-profile bottles.
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WP1 Features: -Bird feeder.-Base is structured for birds to perch on the edge and feed in the troph.-No tools needed.-Easy to assemble.-Made in the USA. Includes: -Includes the hanger and base.
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They are of good quality, and work exactly as one expects. Simply poke a couple holes near the bottom of the two liter bottle to attach the included hanger, fill the bottle with the help of a funnel, screw the feeder/perch unit to the mouth of the bottle, and hang.
We have several other bird feeders which are nicer, but were rather expensive. The reason I assigned 5 stars to this item is because it does exactly what it should, and does it well for the price. There are some aspects of the finished feeder which are less convenient than our other feeders (ease of filling, ruggedness), but it cost about 1/20th of our other feeders.
A word of caution, though. These will not work well if you have squirrels around. There is nothing to prevent them from getting to the feed, and it seems likely that they could very easily chew through the plastic bottle.