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Strathwood Iron and Bubble Glass Bird Feeder with Brushed Copper Finish
List Price: $39.99

Our Price: $39.99

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Features:
  • Rust-resistant iron and hammered glass bird feeder with a brushed copper finish
  • Holds up to 90 ounces of bird feed; easy assembly required on arrival
  • Lid unscrews from the top for easy filling of the globe
  • Feeding shelf circles underneath globe to allow several birds at once
  • Measures 11 by 11 by 13 inches

Customer Reviews:

  • beautiful
    this is suppose to be a bird feeder. way too nice! just have them hanging, no bird seed....more info
  • Bird Feeder
    The Strathwood Iron and Bubble Glass Bird feeder.........I LOVE IT! I have been looking for one like this, and it is great! Fast delivery, wonderful service. Thanks!...more info
  • Really nice! Good VFM.
    We had to buy a new bird feeder because last winter a rat crawled inside our old one, got stuck halfway out (like Pooh), and froze to death. Rather than salvage the old bird feeder by sawing the frozen rat in half (UGH), we decided to toss it and get a new one. This one from Strathwood is attractive and very sturdy; the birds seem to like it a lot too! (Certainly the CATS like to see it in action...)...more info
  • Great Feeder!
    The feeder holds a lot of seeds and is very stable. The cardinals love it, as do the finches. The downside, however, is the fact that the standing area is large enough for Rock Doves and Pigeons. The smarter ones have actually figured out how to balance on one foot while chowing down. The copper dome lid looks beautiful in the sunlight, and cleaning this feeder is a snap. A good buy for those bird lovers who feed by the ton!...more info
  • Nice strong large bird feeder with a problem
    I bought this bird feeder after looking locally for a large feeder - prices were out of sight here. This is a strong & heavy feeder. It may not hang on your average hook or limb. It's made for almost any feed except thistle. Ours is loaded with half chicken scratch and half bird seed mix from our local feed store. It easily comes apart and goes back together for refill or cleaning.

    =- Edit of June 20, 2008 review and photos. -=

    While still being a nice large feeder I found out that rain will fill the bird seed tray and soak up into the entire container of feed where it sours or ferments. The base needs to be worked over. I have a good metal and woodworking shop. I imagine I'll remove what base I can and still retain the feeder holes and assembly full length screw and attach a flat wooden and/or screen wire platform. See photo.
    ...more info