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Stokes Select Finch Screen Bird Feeder with Metal Roof, Yellow, 1.1 lb Seed Capacity
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- Attracts goldfinches, house and purple finches, pink siskins and more.
- Holds thistle, NyjerPlus and finch mix.
- Holds up to 1.1 lb seed capacity.
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|Item Dimensions||13.4 x 6.3 x 6.3 inches|
|Item Weight||1 pound|
|Manufacturer Part Number||0038171|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
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If you want to attract finches, then this is the feeder for you. Finch Screen Feeder is designed to cater to a variety of finches that can cling to the screen or perch on the tray. Holds Thistle, NyjerPlus and Finch mix. Beautiful yellow powder-coated finish is durable and will look great in your backyard. Attracts Goldfinches, House and Purple Finches, Pine Siskins and more.
- Can accommodate multiple finches that can cling to the screen or perch on the tray.
- Fill with 1 lb of thistle, NyjerPlus or a finch mix.
- Durable yellow powder-coated finish.
Feeders that set the Standard
Stokes Select feeders have led the way with excellent features that provide an optimal bird feeding experience and attract more songbirds. Each feeder has been field-tested over time to allow inclusion of great features like: twist-lock tops, easy cleaning, seed diverter, quality powder-coated finish, drain holes and much more.
Don and Lillian Stokes
Birds are our life's passion and the world's beauty.
Don and Lillian Stokes, America's #1 Bird and Nature Experts, have been the most-trusted authorities and educators of birding information for more than 30 years.
Don and Lillian's passion has been turned into a reality with the most complete bird feeding system available. From beautifully designed feeders to functional accessories, the Stokes Select product line covers a wide spectrum for you to create the ultimate bird feeding and watching environment.
Stokes Select is a brand designed out of love and appreciation for birds. Don and Lillian's deep concern for the conservation of bird habitats and the well being of wild birds has inspired them to contribute to bird conservation over the past 30 years. A portion of all Stokes Select proceeds is also donated to bird habitat and conservation. Each purchase of Stokes Select not only buys a great product, but also helps protect the birds.
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Stokes Select Finch Screen Bird Feeder
We've had this for almost a year, and we're very happy with it. We have many beautiful goldfinches visiting this feeder. The top twists off pretty easily to refill and clean the feeder. Several birds can get on it at the same time. It's holding up well and still looks new. The birds cling to the wire mesh to eat, and also some birds perch on the tray and eat from the tray. The tray does get filled with seed. I use a craft stick, like a large popsicle stick, to remove the seed from the tray. I put the seed from the tray on the ground, and ground feeders like doves and juncos eat it.
I have one small suggestion. If there's a re-design it would be nice to have the loop on the top stand up, rather than flopping down when the feeder is not attached to a hook. You have to hold the loop upright to hook it onto the hook the feeder hangs from. It was a little too high and hard for me to reach. We solved this by putting a couple of extra S hooks to lower the feeder, so I can reach to put the loop in the hook.
This feeder can't hold as many finches as four long socks, obviously, but I've counted 8 or 9 at a time clustered around it. And spillage can't be more than about one twentieth of the old feeder. This thing is sturdy, and the lid comes off easily for refilling.