Big Top Feeder
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Squirrel resistant and small bird selective feeder. Lifetime warranty. 8 ports
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SwampRat
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Rating: 5

RAIN Proof !!

posted 5 years ago

It may be a bit "modern" looking, but it still works GREAT .... especially if you have a climate like ours ... where it rains "occasionally" ... LOL

This "BigTop Feeder" keeps your seed dry and the birds will keep it empty !!

Pros: Birds like the shelter, AND the dry food !!

Cons: none

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Rating: 5

Big Show at the Big Top

posted 5 years ago

A great feeder for keeping winter snow and ice out while allowing many small birds to feed at once - though they will fight with each other. Large capacity and the fact that it keeps all but the most tenacious squirrels out is a huge plus.

Pros: Keeps most squirrels out

Cons: none

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