Perky-Pet® Wall and Post Mount Feeder - Specifications
- Versatile feeder which can be hung from to trees, posts or the side of the house
- Feeder contains both perch and tray, so the birds can feed where they are most comfortable
- Easy to clean and refill
- Hammered copper color
What's in the Box:
- 1 wall/post mount bird feeder
- 1.1 lb seed capacity - mixed seed
- .8 lb seed capacity sunflower seed
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateAmazon ReviewThis is a pretty good bird feeder that you install on a post or wall. It only allows small birds to perch on it which is fine by me. I hate when bully birds like grackels eat all of the seed up. I really have no complaints about this feeder. It is made well and works perfectly fine.
Review RateAmazon Review"chirp chirp chirp," say the birds in my yard. Translated, it means, "we love this bird feeder!" Truly, this is a cool bird feeder. It's flat on one side so it can sit flush against a wall and look very nice. You could still hang this from a stand if you wanted, but it does look better flat against a wall. The plastic looks okay, it's not glass, but I prefer the plastic because it's a lighter material. All in all this is a great bird feeder. Five stars from me.
Review RateAmazon ReveiwMy little deck has always needed a bird feeder, I think. My neighboors below me may not agree, but who care what they think? I wanted a small wall-mountable bird feeder for my little deck and this works. You can stick it to the wall either by hanging it on the wire hook thing you see in the photo, or there is a thing in the back like you see on a lot of artwork - you know that hole/slot thing where a nail hooks into? Anyhow it worked fine and holds a good amount of seed. Now if only those dumb birds would find it...
Review RateAmazon ReviewAs soon as this feeder arrived, I fastened it to the surface of a wooden fence underneath a large forsythia. Because it's flat on one side, a nail is all you need. This bush is a favored hangout for a number of smaller birds in the neighborhood--primarily sparrows and siskins. The fact that this feeder is so close to safety really made the difference for these birds. It took little more than a day for the feeder to be emptied. I don't know if Perky-Pet makes a bigger one, but we could sure use it around here.
Review RateAmazon ReviewOur birds are unanimous - this is one of the best feeders they've ever used! No kidding, the feeder mounted on a post easily - and it's been no problem keeping it filled. When it's totally empty, you can wash it out with a hose, let it dry and load it up again in a jiffy. I recommend it!
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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»
Wild Bird Feeders - FAQs
Protecting Birds FAQs
Q: What can I do about the cat that keeps visiting my feeder?
A: If it is your neighbor's precious Fluffy, you may want to suggest that they tie a bell around the cat's neck to alert the birds when the cat is near. more»
Q: How do I discourage squirrels and raccoons?
A: Here are a few simple and effective suggestions for keeping the squirrels and raccoons off your feeder. more»
Bird Seed FAQs
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. It is best for those birds with smaller bills, such as the sparrow, junco and goldfinch. more»
Q: How do I prevent seeds from sprouting under my feeder?
A: You will need to sterilize your seed to prevent it from germinating. This will not alter the attractiveness or the nutritional value of the seed in any way more»
Q: Birds at my feeder look sick, what should I do?
A: The best thing to do is to stop feeding the birds temporarily. Remove the feeders and throw out all of the seed. Thoroughly wash your feeders as suggested in Tips for a clean feeding station. more»
Q: How do I clean my bird feeders?
A: Before filling your feeder with fresh seed, it is recommended that the following precautions are taken:
- Remove all old seed.
- Soak feeder in a light water/bleach solution (9 parts water to 1 part bleach).
- Scrub feeder and allow to air dry. more»
Feeder Types FAQs
Q: I own the Window Feeder. Lately it won't stick to the window. What can I do?
A: The first suggestion is to slightly moisten the cups. If you have already tried moistening the suction cups, we have a few other tips. more»
Q: Will I find only finches at my finch feeder?
A: No. Pine Siskins, Redpolls, Mourning Doves, Juncos, Towhees, and Cowbirds are all attracted to thistle seed.