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.

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    • Powder-coated finish ensures rust resistance
    • Removable perches and base for easy cleaning
    • Six ports with perches accommodates multiple birds
    • Cheerful blue color looks at home in any yard
    • Holds up to 1 lb of mixed or black-oil sunflower seed

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