NO/NO® Penguin Wild Bird Feeder - Specifications
- Penguin design
- Spring locking cap
- Squirrels can't damage this feeder
- All-metal diamond-mesh design
- Built-in hanging hook
- Cute fabric bow tie
- No assembly required
What's in the Box:
- One bird feeder
- 3 lb seed capacity
- 15 inches tall
- 8 inch reach with hanging hook
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Wild Bird Feeders - FAQs
Q: What does the name NO/NO® mean?
A: The NO/NO® brand was developed to help backyard bird lovers enjoy their feeders longer. Many feeders are made out of wood or plastic. Not so with NO/NO® feeders! These all-metal feeders are designed to last because they contain NO wood and NO plastic. With those design standards in place, the name was obvious: NO/NO®!
Q: How do you clean the NO/NO® Penguin Mesh Wild Bird Feeder?
A: This feeder features a low-maintenance design and does not require regular cleaning. Seed hulls and other debris won't accumulate inside this feeder—they just fall out to the ground. This design helps protect your birds from avian disease.
If you do feel the urge to clean the Penguin, that's OK too. You can spray it down with a hose or soak it in warm soapy water before refilling and rehanging it.
Q: What birds are considered clinging birds?
A: Clinging birds that may visit this feeder include a variety of woodpeckers, finches, chickadees and nuthatches. These can include such delightful birds as the Northern Flicker, the Brown Creeper, the Tufted Titmouse, the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker and the Carolina Wren.
Q: Will penguins eat at this feeder?
A: Nope! They eat fish!