No No G00311 Forest Green Original Bird Feeder with Roof Extension
Average customer review:
This beauty now features an extended roof for extra protection. Thousands are in continuous, year ’round service, attracting both clinging and perching birds. The original forest green No/No Feeder is constructed totally of metal. No wood and no plastic are used. The discount bird feeder has a unique textured finish, lasts for years, feeds 10-15 birds at once, and holds over two and a half (2.5) pounds of black oil sunflower seeds, the most popular seed for wild birds. The feeder never needs to be cleaned, but it is dishwasher safe, if you insist! The No/No feeder’s simple wire mesh design helps to protect birds from avian diseases and is a collapsible, wire basket.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #52672 in Lawn & Patio
- Color: Forest Green
- Brand: No/No Feeder
- Model: G00311
- Released on: 2008-04-18
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 7.00″ h x 9.75″ w x 9.75″ l, 2.25 pounds
- Can be used all year
- Attracts clinging and perching birds
- Constructed completely of metal
- Feeds 10-15 birds at once, holds over two and a half pounds of seeds
- Dishwasher safe, collapsible
Fantastic low-maintenance birdfeeder!
I bought one of these for my grandad hoping it was as easy to use as advertised and it is. He loves it and it is easy to fill. It also doesn’t get dirty like most bird feeders so it is easy to maintain. I am now going to buy one for my mother. I highly recommend this as a low-maintenace birdfeeder.
gone in a day!
Those little furry grey birds,the ones with the bushy tails,will hang up side down on this feeder and work every sunflower out of the mesh liner in less than a day.It takes about a week to figure this out.So the first week it works fine until the mesh wire lossens up.
Great Discount Bird Feeder
This is a great bird feeder. Costs a little more then I would normally pay but it will last a very long time. The feed stays for the birds and not other animals.
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