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Droll Yankee 6-port Tube Feeder

Clean contemporary lines make this basic tube feeder an attractive addition to your yard or garden. Quality parts and ease of use make it a great value.

The sturdy metal top, base, and ports are powder coated in forest green that resists chipping or fading. The feeder has four metal ports that deter squirrels from chewing. Long lasting UV stabilized polycarbonate tube keeps seed levels visible and won't yellow with age. The threaded base allows for the attachment of a seed tray or pole-mounting. The feeder can also be hung by its sturdy stainless steel bail wire.

  • Powder coated finish won't chip or fade.
  • Zinc die cast tops, bases and ports to last a lifetime.
  • Snug fitting sliding cap is easy for you to lift but hard for squirrels.
  • Top assembly is easily removed for cleaning.
  • Stainless steel wire that squirrels can't chew.
  • Contoured base keeps seed within reach.
  • Threaded base allows you to attach an A-6T Seed Tray or Omni Seed Tray to catch seed and provide extra room for birds.
  • UV Stabilized Polycarbonate seed tube - won't yellow with age, dependably durable.
  • Seeds flow freely over patented seed baffle.

Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 27 in
Capacity: 1.5 lbs. of seed, 6 ports

Lifetime Warranty Against Squirrel Damage.

  $59.60 Quantity:   each
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East Bay Times Article


Attracting birds and bees to our yards and gardens is simple, if we provide what they like and need.

Joanie Smith, owner of East Bay Nature in Walnut Creek, says there are five essential elements for success water, food, cover, nesting and safety.

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