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Woodlink Large Coppertop Gazebo Bird Feeder
Woodlink Large Coppertop Gazebo Bird Feeder - Fill It Less, Enjoy More Birds!
Woodlink Large Coppertop Gazebo Bird Feeder - COPGAZEBO

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Large Free Standing Gazebo Bird Feeder

Fill it Less. See and Enjoy More Birds!

The Woodlink Large Coppertop Gazebo Bird Feeder combines rustic beauty with practical use that will surely complement any bird feeding sanctuary. This beautiful cedar and copper roof bird feeder blends the benefits of a hopper feeder and a platform feeder and accommodates a myriad of bird feeding options. Its fly-through design encourages use by all types of birds, and the huge seed platform will invite a flock of select birds to feed when offering mealworms, fruit or suet. The large plastic hopper holds 8 quarts of the seed of your choice, capable of attracting a wide variety of birds.

This large gazebo bird feeder sports a gorgeous copper roof with ample perches and seed feeding stations on all sides of the feeder allowing you to view a large number of birds at once.

An internal seed baffle design ensures that seed from the reservoir empties to the platform without leaving a dirty residue, and the copper roof cap is easily removed to make cleaning and filling quick and convenient. The feeder is made of durable kiln-dried inland red cedar and a copper roof. As it ages, the copper roof and perches will acquire a striking patina that complements the aging cedar.

This free standing bird feeder can be mounted on a 4" x 4" post (not included) using the wooden adapter on the base of the feeder.

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Fill Your Gazebo:
The Woodlink Coppertop Gazebo Bird Feeder holds 8 quarts of seed (any type) and requires refilling far less often than traditional feeders. Perfect for situations where frequent refilling is difficult.

Dimensions: 20" L x 20" W x 24" H
Weight: 30 lbs.

Attract These Birds with This Feeder:
  • Blackbirds, bluebirds, cardinals, chickadees, doves, finches, flickers, goldfinches, grackles, grosbeaks, jays, juncos, kinglets, mockingbirds, nuthatches, orioles, redpolls, robins, siskins, sparrows, starlings, tanagers, thrushes, titmice, towhees, warblers, waxwings, woodpeckers, and wrens
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