To help with online shopping during COVID-19, we are offering free shipping on all orders $35 & over.
Due to higher order volumes, expect delivery delays of up to 7 days.
Tube Bird Feeders
Tube bird feeders provide many hours of bird feeding enjoyment. The long, slender tubes help keep seeds dry and offer lots of room for multiple ports, which provide plenty of space for several birds to eat at one time. Because of their heavy-duty construction and easy maintenance, tube feeders make a great choice for birders with busy backyards. With so many styles and sizes to choose from, you’re sure to find a feeder that’s right for you and your favorite birds.
Check Out These Popular Articles About Bird Feeding:
A tube bird feeder can have many advantages when feeding the birds. They offer backyard birds multiple feeding ports for easy access to the bird seed. This means you’re likely to see more birds on your tube feeder at one time! Want to know more about the multitudes of new visitors flocking to your yard? Browse a few of our most popular articles about wild birds!
Types of Bird Houses - Are you looking to provide a more permanent home for your feathered friends? Bird houses are a great way to do that! Find out which styles of bird houses are best for different species of birds.
Bird Seed Guide - If you’re yard is home to specific birds, it’s important to know what they eat. This guide will help you choose the best types of bird seed for your most frequent visitors, so they keep coming back for more.
Resident Birds - Did you know that not all birds migrate for the winter? There are more non-migratory birds than you might think! Learn which species of birds you can expect to see in your neighborhood all year long.
Keeping Seed Dry - Dealing with wet seed can be a pain. It’s hard to clean out of your feeders, and the birds don’t enjoy eating it. Read this article to discover 3 simple ways to keep your seed dry in any weather.
Protect Your Home Inside and Out With These Trusted Brands
Get Exclusive Deals & Tips with Our eNewsletter! Learn More