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Bird’s Choice Recycled Plastic Double Cake Upside-Down Suet Feeder

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Bird’s Choice Recycled Plastic Double Cake Upside-Down Suet Feeder



~ Constructed with durable recycled poly lumber material
~ Recycled poly lumber is guaranteed to never crack split or fade
~ Vinyl-coated grid
~ Stainless steel screws for extra durability
~ 12″ hanging cable included
~ Capacity: 2 suet cakes
~ Taupe feeder with green roof
~ Made in the USA

~ 12.5″L x 9″ W x 4.25″H
~ 3 lbs

Bird Type: Chickadees, Purple Finches, Titmice, Jays, Nuthatches, Bluebirds, Woodpeckers, House Finches, Towhees

Feed Type: Suet

Mount Type: Hanging

Additional information

Weight10.00 lbs

5 reviews for Bird’s Choice Recycled Plastic Double Cake Upside-Down Suet Feeder

  1. Robert H. (verified owner)

    As advertised, this feeder is nicely built of quality materials. It’s attractive and easy to load with up to 4 suet cakes, a useful feature in winter when getting to ours could be difficult. To keep the raccoons away I suspended the feeder on a 3/32″ plastic-coated cable between to 2 trees with at least 4′ separation all around. Apparently, even the squirrels can’t get to it. So far, we’ve seen red bellied and downy woodpeckers, plus nuthatches, titmice, and chickadees. This suet feeder augments our large seed feeder and has proven a great addition for the suet loving, clinging birds.

  2. Mark A. (verified owner)

    Works just fine. Birds love it.

  3. Carol G. (verified owner)

    Nice large suet holder. Woodpeckers and nuthatches love it. Holds 4 cakes, so less fills.

  4. Annie W. (verified owner)

    Fantastic!!!!!!!! This is the best upside down suet feeder I have used. It holds two cakes side by side and it really cuts down on the ability of the grackles to get the suet.

  5. Susan S. (verified owner)

    I was using a different suet feeder designed to attract Pileated Woodpeckers, but which instead attracted murmurations of starlings and scolds of blue jays, all the bully birds. I did some research, and though I figured I might lose my juvenile red headed woodpecker I learned that most birds dislike upside down eating. Most woodpeckers don’t mind. This feeder keeps the marauders from decimating the suet. Sure, they try, but it’s comical … they can’t hang on very long. I also had to switch to caged black oil feeders to discourage the jays. That closed things off for my cardinals and rose breasted grossbeaks.

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