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  1. $39.99
    • Mason Jar feeder set makes the perfect gift for bird lovers
    • Wide-mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning
    • Attractive antique design will complement any setting
    • All-metal bases feature multiple ports and a circular perch
    • Hummingbird feeder holds up to 32 oz of nectar
    • Seed feeder holds up to 1 lb of bird seed
  2. $19.99

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    • Attractively designed antique-style blue glass mason Jar with embossed bird details
    • Circlular perch and 8 feeding ports allow many birds to feed at once
    • Galvanized steel base and perch to ensure long-lasting durability
    • Wide-mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning
    • Holds up to 1 lb of 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.
  • Wild Bird Library. Not sure which birds are visiting your feeders? Check out our Wild Bird Library! We’ve got the facts on the most popular species, so that you can identify them next time they stop by and learn about their preferences.
  • Types of Bird Feeders. Are you overwhelmed by all of the styles and types of bird feeders available? We’re here to help! This convenient guide will help you understand what each type has to offer so you can choose the feeder that’s best for you!
  • 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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