Model # 102

Internet #100619201

Store SKU #208487

Perky-Pet Easy Feeder Bird Feeder
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Perky-Pet

Easy Feeder Bird Feeder

$21.98 /each

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This Perky-Pet Easy Feeder Bird Feeder has an eye-catching red finish that will add a splash of decorative color to your yard. It features a unique seed cartridge that's removable for easy cleaning and filling. Its metal construction is durable, and the wire barrier offers protection against squirrel damage. This feeder can hold up to 4 lb. of seed and offers wild birds 12 feeding stations to choose from.

  • Holds 4 lb. of seed to attract wild birds
  • 12 ports/feeding stations to attract more birds
  • All-metal construction for durability with an eye-catching red finish
  • Unique removable seed cartridge for easy cleaning and filling
  • Squirrel-proof wire barrier
  • Designed to hang off of a pole or branch
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Is it chipmunk proof?

I purchased another squirrel-be-gone feeder (one that's weighted to not allow squirrels access to the seed), however, a chipmunk was able to get thru the metal squares and totally destroyed the feeder. I'm looking for something that won't allow the chipmunk to carry away all the seed.
Asked by: Looking
I have a seed catching net under the feeder with a plastic tray in the net. I put hot chili powder in the tray, keeps the chippies out. They can reach into the feeder, but they don't like the hot stuff they have to walk over to get to it. I also put the chili powder in the bird seed.
Answered by: birdlove
Date published: 2017-02-14
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Customer Reviews

Easy Feeder Bird Feeder is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had this for 2 years, awesome feeder I have had this feeder for 2 years, never had an issue until now, the plastic finally broke, I was happy to see they sell a replacement for it on this site!!! But I think 2 years of heat and freezing temps is a good deal! I highly recommend this feeder for anyone that has a lot of traffic, it holds a lot of seed!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It looks great but I haven't put it out. I gave it only 4 starts as I haven't used it yet seeing it's a bit early for bird feeders. It looks very nice and sturdy so I have high hopes for this fall and winter.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The name says it all Easiest to fill bird feeder I've ever found. The plastic could be a little stronger, however. It might last longer where it isn't so hot; I'm in Texas.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to fill, pull the seed container from the bottom, don't have to mess with my squirrel baffle... Easy to fill, pull the seed container from the bottom, don't have to mess with my squirrel baffle on the top of the feeder. Birds love it! So do I!
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Bird Feeder Easy to fill and easy to clean, holds an ample amount of seed.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great gift! I gave this bird feeder to my son & partner for their home. Since they "have everything" they really loved this as a house gift!!! I purchased at same time the S hook, and food to get them started. I am sooooo glad I gave this to them... the birds are glad too!!!
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Purchased At Least 6 of These Feeders I have lived in Texas, Michigan, Washington (state) and New York and I have purchased 1 or 2 of these feeders for each place. They aren't a 100% squirrel proof, but it does slow them down and if you hang them away from limbs and on a thin rope it makes it harder for the squirrels. I have Gold Finches, Purple Finches, House Finches, Sparrows, Downey Woodpeckers, Red Bellied Woodpeckers, Red Headed Woodpecher, Chickadees, Nuthatches, Tufted Titmice, House Wrens, Blue Jays and Starlings that come to these feeders. I layer different types of seeds so there is a little something for everyone. If you buy inexpensive seed you limit the variety of birds that will come to your feeder and you will have a lot of wasted seed left on the ground. It pays to purchase seed that is a higher quality. I like seed that has Sunflower Seed, Safflower and Whole or Cracked Corn and even Shelled Peanuts. I had a Mockingbird that came to this feeder, so I put Raisins, Dry Cranberries and Blueberries out for her. If you hang a Suet Feeder next to your seed feeder it will help bring a greater number of birds. Especially when it is cold. I love these feeders because they load from the bottom, so if you hang them in a tree you can reach up and turn the bottom to easily refill them. When I lived in Washington I had three Raccoons that raided my feeders every night. They were so smart they would pull the rope and bring the feeders to them and chew the rope. They couldn't get them open so they would drop them to the ground and roll them to get the seed out. I finally attached a couple of hooks to the eaves of the cabin which were about 15 feet above the ground and tied a thin rope to the feeder so that I could raise and lower the feeder to fill it. I finally out smarted the Raccoons and also the Squirrels. I have to refill my feeders every couple of days. This is a great feeder and is extremely durable and worth every penny. The reason I purchase new ones every time I move, is not because the feeders wear out, but because people can't believe how many different types of birds are at the feeders. It's like leaving a house warming gift for the next owner.
Date published: 2010-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from sturdy, well-built, effective feeder for small birds We live in the northeast and have several bird feeders, including two of these. Pluses: - attracts small birds, like chickadees, nuthatches, titmice, juncos, finches. - sturdy, well-built, easy to load (from bottom) and easy to disassemble and clean. - design is simple and elegant, not a lot of moving parts to clean or manage - price-point is reasonable compared to similar feeders - Wire cage around hopper allows birds to land on feeder at various points - not just at single perches. Hopper is large enough to last several days - you don't have to refill as often as you do with small-hopper feeders that are narrower in diameter. - Nice (for us) red color. Metal parts are covered with plastic so they don't rust. Minuses: - Isn't squirrel proof (but no feeder is, IMHO). - can attract too many sparrows, who hang out on the wires and discourage other birds from landing. - Perches are too small for larger birds such as cardinals, grosbeaks, and jays. We suggest you fill with sunflower/black oil sunflower to attract the smaller seed-eating birds. And if you use sunflower, avoid hanging this right above a place where you're not trying to grow plants or lawn because the sunflower seeds/shells inhibit plant growth (google alleleopathy if you're curious about how this works). To discourage squirrels and enhance your bird-watching fun, consider hanging one of these from the eaves outside a second-story window, where you can view the birds up close and squirrels are unlikely to be able to get to it. Our cats love watching the birds out the window in the winter, and we don't have to worry about them actually hunting the birds. ;-)
Date published: 2012-11-02
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