Decorative copper thistle seed feeder
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Rating: 5

Decorative and durable

posted 5 years ago

This decorative copper thistle seed feeder is a wonderful addition for any backyard bird enthusiast.

The accessibility is all the way around and there is also a black metal perch all the way around the bottom so numerous small birds can dine together.

Although, I have seen numerous finches visiting this feeder, I must admit that the goldfinches are especially attacted to it.

It is very easy to clean and is extremely durable. It has lasted through the winter and still looks brand new.

An added bonus is that the squirrels won't bother it because they do not like thistle seed. This is surely a great way to keep the feeder around for many years to come.

Pros: Easy accessibility

Cons: none

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