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Stovall 6FP Pavilion Feeder with Perforated Plastic Bottom
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- Designed for windy and rainy areas
- Approximate seed capacity: 15-pound
- Dimensions: 17-inch by 15-inch by 20-inch
- All cedar construction
- Hand crafted in Michigan
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|Item Dimensions||15 x 20 x 17 inches|
|Item Weight||6.25 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||6FP|
|Shipping Weight||15.25 pounds|
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This high quality, hand crafted bird pavilion provides plenty of space for a secure picnic for your feathered guests. Designed for windy and rainy areas this feeder features perforated plastic floors – closely placed holes to keep millet from falling through-yet drain easily. Smooth surface will brush out or dump out easily, but is part of the feeder and will not blow or fall out. Probably the best use of perforated plastic flooring to easily drain rain and snow from a fly-thru feeder. Concealed galvanized steel hopper and gravity tube makes an all day attraction. 12 to 15-pound mixed seed capacity. 17-inch w by 15-inch h by 20-inch l. Stovall products feature all cedar construction, stainless steel and dichromate plated screws, washers, hooks and chains, hand sanded, assembled with screws, many products coated with wood protector which accents the wood grain and the natural warmth of cedar. Environmentally green practices – hand sorted down graded lumber. The Shop is heated with scrap wood, cooled with natural shade and insulation, nestled in a glen among 25+ acres of beech/maple/oak forest. Rumored staffing of woodland gnomes with a payroll of nuts and berries is still not factual.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Forgetting an older lesson, I mounted the new feeder with the feeder's opening-flap facing into our prevailing wind. In a recent strong wind it blew open. It is best to mount this feeder with the feeding flap facing away from your most common wind direction, if you can.
2. I have found that the black oil sunflower seed does not flow easily from the metal hopper into the plastic tube. Perhaps other seed mixtures flow better; I do not know. As it is, When I see the tube is empty, I go to the feeder and jostle the seed in the hopper until the plastic tube is full. Not convenient, but it gets the job done.
The only negative was that there was a crack in one side of the roof when the feeder arrived. It happened when the assembler screwed the top down. We had to make sure to fill the crack with wood filler and glue thoroughly, or else the rain would have definitely gotten into the hopper and ruined the feed. Quality control missed the crack before sending, but the rest of the feeder is so well constructed that I think the crack was an aberration.