Lyric® Cardinal Seed & Perky-Pet® Copper Bird Feeder Bundle - Specs
Perky-Pet® Copper Panorama Bird Feeder
- Perky-Pet® Copper Panorama
- Wraparound perch
- Gorgeous copper finish
- Sure-Lock® cap stops squirrels
- 2 lb seed capacity
Lyric® Cardinal Bird Seed
- Premium, hand-crafted seed mix
- Large, cardinal friendly seeds
- Attracts big-billed birds
- Resealable package
- 3.75 lb of seed
What's in the Box:
- 1 bird feeder
- 1 bag of bird seed
- Feeder: 2 lb seed capacity
- Bag of bird seed: 3.75 lb of seed
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can it be pole mounted?This feeder can be hung from a pole, but is not able to be mounted on top of a pole.Date published: 2016-07-06
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Q: When will I see cardinals?
A: Northern Cardinals have a wide, year-round range in North America. It stretches from the Midwest to the East Coast and deep into Mexico. Since these beauties reside within this range all year, you can keep your feeders full and expect to see them visiting in the winter, spring, summer and autumn!
Q: What makes this seed a mix for cardinals?
A: This hand-crafted blend of seed contains a selection of larger seeds which Northern Cardinals tend to prefer. With their large, strong bills, they are able to crack open tougher seeds that contain a greater nutritional punch.
Q: I have a cardinal pecking at my window. Is it hungry?
A: Nope, it isn't hungry or trying to convince you to refill your feeder. Instead, it's letting its territorial nature get the best of it! The cardinal at your window is being fooled by its own reflection. It's fighting with its mirror image in an effort to drive this phantom bird out of its territory.