NO/NO® Finch Wild Bird Feeder—Green and Black - Specifications
- NO/NO® = No plastic, No wood
- Holds 2 lb of nyjer (thistle) seed
- Patented design ensures the highest quality
- Attracts both clinging and perching birds
- Feeds 10-15 birds at once
What's in the Box:
- 1 NO/NO® bird feeder
- 2 lb seed capacity
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Disclaimer: Birdfeeder does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.NO/NO® Green & Black Finch Tube Wild Bird Feeder is rated out of 5 by 1794.Rated 5 out of 5 by DD671 from I love this feeder, so do the birds! It even withstands bears!Date published: 2016-11-10Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great Feeder My last finch feeder the squirrels ate through the plastic tube spilling out all of the thistle seed. This one is a strong metal, and so far the squirrels haven't been able to chew it up. I like the shape and durability of this feeder.Date published: 2016-08-13Rated 5 out of 5 by Lovemybluebirds2016 from Looking for Great Finch Feeder! Just purchased February 5, 2016 based on reviews and design. Looking for feeder with cover that does not allow mold, mesh for multiple birds to feed, and tray for excess food--will keep you posted on how this product holds up!!Date published: 2016-02-06Rated 3 out of 5 by Powderpuff from Disappointed Lovely feeder, but the Utah birds aren't enthused about it. Sorry.Date published: 2015-10-11Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Perfect Finnch Feeder I just received 2 of these feeders. The birds really love them, and I love the fact there is no plastic that gets clogged and is hard to clean. I would highly recommend these feeders!Date published: 2013-08-08Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review This is a fantastic feeder. The mesh is solid and chew proof and the mesh is too fine for large birds and squirrels to use, so you only find small songbirds on this feeder. Both the top and bottom come off for easy filling or cleaning, but attach firmly so that squirrels cannot get inside. One of the most clever aspects of this feeder is that, as it empties, the nyjer seed stays distributed vertically within the feeder so that birds can feed along the entire height of the feeder right up until the point that it is empty. I've seen eight birds on this simultaneously, but the comfortable limit seems to be five birds. Even though this feeder has birds feeding on it most of the day, I've only needed to refill it every 5 weeks.Date published: 2013-07-26Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review I ordered this item at exactly the same time as a Woodlink Mag2 Magnum Thistle Feeder. They came in the same box and holding one in my right hand and one in my left it was a night and day difference. The No/No Feeder weighs triple what the Woodlink does because the metal screens are heavy duty and solid as are the cover and the bottom seed catcher. You can pick up the no/no by the screens and they will not budge; if you try to hold the Woodlink by the screens they will cave in because they are so thin. I have 3 thistle feeders on the same post. Hands down the birds prefer the Kaytee Sock feeder the best; that's their first choice. Second Choice is the no/no. I am trying to move out of the sock feeders because they drop tons of seed with no bottom catches, but my customers, the finches, will eventually decide whether I can eliminate the socks all together. While I await their decision, I'm certain I will get many seasons of use out of this No/No Feeder. It's the highest quality bird feeder I own. Update 6/2/13: Within a few days the birds began to move to the no-no feeder. I pulled the socks altogether and routinely have a dozen or more finches fighting for a perch on the no-no. I have to refill it every other day or more. Do they have food stamps for birds? The thistle is going to cost more than my mortgage if they keep eating at this rate!Date published: 2013-05-29Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review When half-full, this feeder still allows birds better access to the Nyjer than the more common--and cheaper--finch tube feeder. It also drains much better in extended rainstorms. The reasons I didn't "love it" include the fact it tends to spill more seeds when filling it vs the usual tube feeder and that one must be careful after filling to ensure BOTH the top and bottom have been secured properly.Date published: 2013-05-09
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Wild Bird Feeders - Expert Tips
Hanging Your Feeder
- Ideally a sheltered southeastern exposure location is best for hanging bird feeders since birds like to feed in the sun and out of the wind. Birds also prefer not to have any obstructions over their feeding area so they can see any predators. more»
- Bird Baths - A clean and reliable water source is an excellent way to attract birds to your yard, especially those birds that do not necessarily eat seed or nectar. All birds will seek out a water supply, not only for drinking but also for keep themselves clean and healthy.
- Bird Houses - These are a good way to attract those species of birds that nest in holes. These structures should be made of an untreated wood (pine, cedar, etc.) and should have ventilation and drainage holes. It should be durable, and easy to check and clean.more»
- Keeping your feeder clean and full of fresh bird seed is very important to the health of visiting birds. It is recommended that you clean your wild bird feeder every two weeks. more»
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What are the most popular bird seeds to use?
A: Black Oil Sunflower Seed is the most popular bird seed. It is much smaller than the traditional sunflower seed and best for those birds with smaller bills, such as the sparrow, junco and goldfinch. This seed is accepted by the greatest variety of birds.
Mixed Seed is also popular. It is best to buy the mixes that contain white proso millet, a tiny cream colored seed with a shiny shell. Mixes containing finely cracked corn and black oil sunflower are also preferred by a large number of birds.
Thistle Seed is imported from Africa and Asia. Thistle won't germinate, however, it has a tendency to become moldy due to lack of air circulation. If you notice mold on the seed, it must be removed from the feeder and the feeder must be cleaned thoroughly.
Q: How do I clean my bird feeders?
A: No/No feeders can be dish washed or hand washed. Before filling your feeders with fresh seed, it is recommended that the following precautions are taken:
- Remove all old seed.
- Place the feeder on top rack of the dish washer.
- Allow the feeder to dry completely before refilling.
- Remove all old seed.
- Soak feeder in a light water/bleach solution (9 parts water to 1 part bleach).
- Gently cleanse feeder and allow to air dry.
After the feeder is clean and dry follow these steps
- Rake and remove accumulated hulls and droppings from underneath the feeders.
- Spread mulch (bark or wood) under the feeder, replace mulch when soiled.
- Thoroughly wash hands after handling and cleaning feeders.
Q: What is the importance of providing water for wild birds?
A: Wild birds need fresh, clean water just as much as they need seed. Birds stay healthy by using water not just for drinking, but also for bathing, cleaning their feathers and to remove parasites. Waterers are better options than bird baths because they provide birds with fresh, clean water that prevents dirt and debris from contaminating it. In hotter climates or seasons, providing water for birds makes it easy for them to have access to a water source and retain their energy. By adding a water source, you also can attract a larger variety of birds to your yard. You may even attract more colorful birds that don't eat seed, but are in need of water!