The Songbird Essentials Mealworm Feeder, sturdy, nature-inspired, is specifically designed for the favorite foods of bluebirds and orioles – mealworms and fruits. It is an environmentally friendly and it should be welcomed into your bird garden. The recycled plastic frame and dark green tone will fit nicely into the landscape. This feeder incorporates a protected feeding haven, accessible through a 1.5-inch diameter entry hole, allowing admission to bluebirds and other small birds. Larger birds are excluded from admission to the bird-treat. Two Plexiglas panels provide an option of watching all the avian activity inside the feeding haven. One side of the gable roof lifts to fill the feeding chamber with up to 1.5 quarts of fruit, berries, mealworms, cracked corn, or other feed for the birds’ enjoyment. Under the entry hole, at each end of the feeder, the support platform is bent upwardly to provide the songbirds a resting place. Constructed of recycled plastic, there is no concern about rotting, warping, cracking, or peeling of the feeder, so it can be used year around and will last many years. A cable is attached, making it easy to hang in a convenient and visible location. Being built of recycled plastic, it is environmentally sound, and its dark green color fits it right into your lawn picture. Made in the USA. Lifetime guarantee.
Item #: BNSOE-SERUBMWF100
UPC #: 645194000278
Birds that use this feeder:
- bluebirds, chickadees, finches, goldfinches, juncos, kinglets, nuthatches, redpolls, siskins, sparrows, starlings, tanagers, titmice, towhees, warblers, woodpeckers, and wrens
Seed or Feed Options:
- cracked corn, fruit, mealworms, mixed seed, peanut chunks, peanuts in shell, safflower seed, suet, sunflower kernels, sunflower seed, and thistle seed
- Up to 1.5 quarts (2.25 pounds) capacity
- 11.75 inches long x 8.25 inches wide x 9.25 inches high
- May be hung
- Built of recycled plastic
- lifetime guarantee
Offer birds a variety of new and old types of food.
Add this Hunter Green bluebird Feeder to your bird sanctuary today.