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  1. $40

    $26.99

    • Solar-powered LED light illuminates feeder at night
    • Circular perch allows for 360-degree feeding
    • Durable metal frame with translucent panels to monitor seed levels
    • Seed tray limits seed waste and drain holes keep it fresh
    • Holds up to 3.5 lb of mixed seed or sunflower seed

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  2. $39

    $33.99

    • Weight-activated perch closes port to resist squirrels
    • Elegant frosted design camouflages squirrel resistant elements
    • Baffle resists squirrels & wet weather
    • Durable metal base & lid resists squirrel damage
    • Attract a variety of birds with up to 3 lb of mixed or sunflower seed

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  3. $26.99
    • No plastic, No wood
    • Powder-coated all-metal construction resists squirrels and damage
    • Evenseed® technology dispenses seed evenly throughout three tiers
    • Circular seed tray and mesh surface allows for clinging and perching
    • Large overhang provides shelter and shade for birds
    • Holds up to 2 lb of thistle seed

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  4. Perky-Pet® Squirrel-Be-Gone® Max Bird Feeder - 4 lb
    $34.99
    • Weight-activated Seed Shield™ closes ports under a squirrel’s weight when they try to access the perches
    • Hang the feeder with at least 18 inches of clearance on all sides
    • Four feeding stations with Flexports® prevent seed spillage and offer comfort for birds
    • Ladder-style perch accommodates both large and small birds
    • Redesigned Sure-Lock™ cap keeps squirrels from removing the lid
    • Removable, twist-off lid & wide-mouth design for easy cleaning
    • Holds up to 4 lb of mixed seed, black-oil sunflower seed, sunflower chips, or safflower seed

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  5. $14.99
    • Twist-lock lid keeps squirrels from opening the feeder & eating seed
    • Wire barrier keeps squirrels at a distance from the feeding ports
    • Eight feeding ports means there's plenty of room for multiple birds
    • Heavy-duty, powder-coated metal frame stands up to rust and squirrel damage
    • Holds up to 3 lb of seed

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  6. Perky-Pet® Squirrel-Be-Gone® Max Pinecone Bird Feeder
    $24.99
    • Seed Shield™ activates with squirrel's weight preventing port access
    • Hang the feeder with at least 18 inches of clearance on all sides
    • Six feeding stations with Flexports® prevent seed spillage and offer comfort for birds
    • Multi-height perches accommodate birds of many sizes
    • Powder-coated metal cage and lid ensure durability
    • Twist-lock lid provides additional protection for the seed reservoir
    • Holds up to 1.75 lb of mixed seed, black-oil sunflower seed, or safflower seed

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  7. $36.99
    • Weight-activated perch closes off ports under squirrels' weight
    • Durable, all-metal construction stands up against squirrels
    • Removable roof and large opening for easy filling
    • Powder-coated finish provides rust resistance and durability
    • Can be hung or pole-mounted (3/4" pole) for versatile placement
    • Holds up to 8 lb of black-oil sunflower seed, hulled sunflower seed, mixed seed, or safflower seed

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  8. $34.99
    • 2 seed catching trays
    • Evenseed technology dispenses seed evenly throughout the feeder
    • Powder-coated, all-metal mesh construction
    • Attracts clinging and perching birds
    • Holds up to 4 lb of seed
  9. $26.99
    Feed finches. Mesh wire design and attached tray attract both clinging and perching birds so you’ll have a larger variety and volume of beautiful birds feeding in your yard or garden.

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  10. $74

    $66.49

  11. $36.99
    • Weight-activated perch closes off ports under squirrels' weight
    • Durable, all-metal construction stands up against squirrels
    • Removable roof and large opening for easy filling
    • Powder-coated finish provides rust resistance and durability
    • Can be hung or pole-mounted for versatile placement
    • Holds up to 8 lb of black-oil sunflower seed, hulled sunflower seed, mixed seed, or safflower seed
  12. $49.99
    • Weight-activated technology closes ports under squirrels' weight
    • Three individual seed compartments allow more seed options
    • Powder-coated metal frame resists rust and adds durability
    • Nine feeding stations with U-shaped perches
    • Holds up to 8 lb of black-oil sunflower seed, peanuts, and mixed seed
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Check Out These Informative Bird Feeding Articles:

If you’re an avid bird feeder, you know there are many things to take into consideration to create the best experience for you and your feathered friends. That’s why we’ve gathered a few of our top tips and popular articles to guide you on your bird-feeding journey! Before you know it, your backyard will be the hit of the town with all of the local birds.

  • Placing Your Bird Feeder. When you invest in a new feeder, the first thing to consider is where and how to hang it. There’s plenty to factor in when making this decision! We’ve compiled this helpful guide to help you figure out the best placement methods for your new feeder.
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  • Protect Your Backyard Birds. Outdoor predators pose a major threat to your backyard birds, especially when they’re distracted by feeding. Learn how you can help keep your feathered friends safe while they dine at your feeders.
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