Model # 50129

Internet #100619204

Store SKU #222090

Birdscapes Gazebo Wood Bird Feeder


Gazebo Wood Bird Feeder

$27.48 /each

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The Birdscapes Gazebo Wood Bird Feeder keeps out squirrels with the Sure-Lock cap system. The feeder holds up to 2 lb. of seed and features a multi-port dispenser to feed several birds at once. Monitoring the feed level is easy thanks to the transparent feed compartment, and the shingled wood roof and metal twig-style accents provide an attractive appearance in your yard.

  • Holds 2 lb. of seed
  • Multi-port dispenser can feed several birds at once
  • Transparent seed compartment makes it easy to monitor the feed level
  • Shingled wood roof and metal twig-style accents provide an attractive appearance
  • Sure-lock cap system keeps out squirrels
  • Included loop hanger for easy hanging




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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good at feeding but asthetics in a few months are awful! Birds do love to sit and feed at this feeder and I loved the look in the beginning BUT.......after 2 months, several wood pieces have fallen off and it has definite bad weather wear! 2 of the "shingles" have fallen off and one of the wood round pieces of "ledge" has fallen off. As for the weather wear, I even sprayed it with a "weather" sealer to prevent this but it didn't help! This is definitely a ONE SEASON feeder if you care what it looks like after a while! February 17, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Birds love it Fell apart within 3 months but the birds loved it. Tried metal feeders but the birds hated them. The price is too high to buy every 3 months. Up to you if you want to spend a fortune to watch the birds. I myself am going to build my own. August 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely Love It! This birdfeeder is beautiful and fully blends into the landscape. The wild birds of all sorts find it easy to access the feed from all angles. It's easily opened to fill, and cleaning is easy also. I am truly happy with this purchase. June 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gazebo bird feeder Easy to put feed into. I have had a ton of birds visit- purple Finch, Cardinal, Dove, & Sparrow (the Dove is a bit to big but still tries). I live in the very windy Panhandle of Texas and was worried that this feeder would sway and fall off hook in 70 mph winds - but it barely moves and has lasted remarkably well. Love it! February 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cute bird feeder This is the cutest bird feeder I have seen. This is a nice size feeder. I have yet to use it this spring. It looks like it is easy to fill too! February 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GAZEBO WOOD BIRD FEEDER I have hung this lil gem up and the birds are very happy now, so I thought I would rate it for them. :) February 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by like the bird feeder It seems to be holding up good, the birds are flocking to it. February 3, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good to me, but not to the birds As other reviews noted, this is not made very well. We bought it in the store and could tell it wasn't the highest quality but the others were too ugly for my taste. Although I now realize I would have been better off with function and not looks. Even worse than the construction - we had to add a squirrel baffle (add $15) and the birds wouldn't use it regardless of the seed used. The first batch of seed eventually rotted in the feeder. Then the Kansas wind did it's thing to the next batch; at least the birds could eat off the ground. We had it hanging for about 6 months and only saw birds feeding from the fallen seed. It finally blew completely off the hook last week. It lost a few shingles and the lip that was supposed to hold the seed in the tray. I think we'll reuse the parts to make a bird house, it won't be a total waste of money that way. April 20, 2013
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