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Gilbertson Hanging Bluebird Feeder

Gilbertston style hanging bluebird feeder for meal worms is updated in recycled plastic, lets bluebirds dine in peace!

Innovative design keeps starlings, mockingbirds and robins out! Bluebirds love the easy in and out fly-in style that's open on all sides, saves meal worms from larger bully birds. Carolina wrens, chickadees, even orioles are known to use the patio style bluebird bird feeder.

Available in blue only, features 4-side entry and exit that bluebirds prefer. Easy to fill, one rail has pin lock allowing it to slide out for dish access.

Non-porous poly-lumber is easier to clean than wood, resists weather and insect damage. Stainless steel hardware, complete with large eye-hook for quick hanging.

New hanging bluebird feeder keeps live or dried mealworms reserved for your bluebirds!

Choose brown or blue.

Measures 12.5" x 12.5" x 4"

Item Weight 5.0 lb
Material: Recycled Plastic, Stainless Hardware
Handmade USA

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    Veronica G.
    United States United States
    Wonderful Feeder for Bluebirds & Great Service!

    I have a family of bluebirds visit every winter. This feeder will allow them to eat in peace without bully birds taking all the food! It came beautifully packaged with a ton of brochures. Thank you so much for all the information. That was so thoughtful and I will certainly read what you sent! Great service and a well designed feeder for my sweet bluebirds! I highly recommend!!

    Harvey M.
    United States United States
    Blue bird feeder

    After 4 weeks, the blue birds gave up trying to get the seeds. I tried leaving off the one white rod and the birds still gave up. Took the feeder down and threw it in the garage.

    The Birdhouse Chick

    So sorry, but the bluebirds are seeking meal worms. If you already have bluebirds feeding in your yard, spread a few dried worms on top of the feeder to entice the birds. Offering live worms inside the dish usually does the trick!

    Richard H.
    United States United States
    Bluebird cafeteria!

    The Eastern Bluebirds love this feeder and so do I. I was skeptical at first but the parents and fleglings did not hesitate to enter and eat, What really impressed me was how frustrated the robins and northern mockingbirds became. They could not figure out how to squeeze under or over the bar!

    Mary A.
    United States United States
    Carolina wrens love private feeding station

    It didn't take long for the wrens to find the meal worms. And I love The Birdhouse Chick.

    Marlene R.
    United States United States
    Bluebird feeder

    Great product!