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Perky-Pet C00322 Red Cardinal Bird Feeder

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Perky-Pet C00322 Red Cardinal Bird Feeder

Product description

Style:Bird Feeder

The Perky-Pet Red Cardinal Wild Bird Feeder adds style and function to any outdoor area. The circular seed tray and all-metal mesh surface creates a large feeding area, allowing up to 15 birds to feed at once. The mesh makes the perfect landing place for clinging birds, while perching birds appreciate the circular seed tray. From grosbeaks and finches to chickadees and cardinals, you’ll be able to attract a variety of your favorite bird species to this feeder. The Perky-Pet Red Cardinal Wild Bird Feeder also holds up to 2.5 lb of black oil sunflower seed – the most popular type among backyard birds. Its all-metal construction and zinc-plated finish ensures durability and resists damage by squirrels. Plus, the large overhang provides shelter and shade for birds. The convenient built-in hanging hook allows for versatile placement around your yard. When not in use, this feeder collapses for space-saving storage.


From the manufacturer

Red Cardinal Bird Feeder Original Bronze Bird Feeder Yellow Sunflower Bird Feeder Original Hourglass Bird Feeder
Model No. C00322 BZ00324 SB00316 HG00310
Seed Capacity 2.5 lb 2.5 lb 2.5 lb 6 lb
Seed Type Black-Oil Sunflower Seed, Safflower Mix, Peanut Pieces Black-Oil Sunflower Seed, Safflower Mix, Peanut Pieces Black-Oil Sunflower Seed, Safflower Mix, Peanut Pieces Black-Oil Sunflower Seed, Safflower Mix, Peanut Pieces
Materials All-metal All-metal All-metal All-metal

Perky-Pet C00322 Red Cardinal Bird Feeder

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