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Recycled Bluebird Feeder

Recycled Plastic Bluebird Feeder for meal worms may be post- or pole-mounted.

Top quality construction, made from recycled plastic and milk jugs, helps keep waste out of landfills. Lifetime guarantee, will never crack, split or fade, still looks new years down the road!

Blue roof with taupe base, features 6 entry/exits for bluebirds. Stainless steel screws, thick acrylic panels, and rust resistant continuous hinges. Non-porous material is easier to clean than wood, impervious to elements.

Two tiny holes on either end below roof allow for the bluebird to be hung if preferred. Hanger not included. Mounting flanges for standard bird feeder pole or 4x4 post sold separately.

Keep precious mealworms reserved for your bluebirds with a fly-in style bluebird feeder!

Measures 13.5" long x 10.25" wide x 8" high
Item Weight 3.0 lb
Material: Recycled Plastic, Acrylic Panels, Stainless Hardware
USA Made

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    Gina K.
    United States United States

    Bluebird House

    The bluebird house is very attractive; however the only birds that have gone into it to eat the mealy worms are chickadees and a titmouse. I am hoping the bluebirds make there way in soon!


    The Birdhouse Chick

    If bluebirds reside on your property... it shouldn't take too long for them to discover the feeder! Try lifting one acrylic panel and letting it rest on the dish of worms. Dish will be half inside/half outside of the feeder. You might also try leaving the roof open for a few days or removing the one panel. This will help bluebirds become acclimated to their new feeder.