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Simple cage feeders are the most versatile feeders you can have in your yard. They’re adaptable to different types of foods, different birds, and different seasons – and can even hold nesting material besides. Now is your chance to win one of these sturdy and reliable feeders!
The Feeder to Win
This month, Be Your Own Birder is giving away a large Seed Cake Basket Feeder from Audubon Park. The feeder measures 8.25 inches wide, 7.25 inches high, and 3.25 inches deep – large enough to hold a large-sized birdseed cake, multiple smaller seed cakes or standard suet cakes, or plenty of other options such as orange halves, whole peanuts, apple chunks, homemade suet, or wads of cotton nesting material.
The feeder opens by a hinged side and fastens with simple wire clips. The wire mesh is coated for durability, and the entire feeder is black. A wide hanging hook is attached to the feeder’s top, allowing the feeder to be hung from a shepherd’s hook, small branch, plant hook, or gutter edge as desired.
Enter the Giveaway
It’s easy to win this useful Seed Cake Basket Feeder… You only have to answer the following question in the comments below.
What type of feeder is the most popular
in your yard in the winter?
You must include a valid email address to be contacted if you win, and the giveaway is only open to participants in the United States. The box will ship from Be Your Own Birder via USPS priority, and by entering, all participants agree to the Giveaway Guidelines. Entries will close February 23, 2021, and the winner will be randomly selected at that time. Get your entry in, and both you and your birds may soon be enjoying a new cage feeder ready for all sorts of treats!
Our most popular feeder tends to be the platform feeder. I empty and refill it every morning because by the end of the day it’s been cleaned out by the cardinals and mourning doves.
I have an old Droll Yankee tube feeder and it is, by far, the most popular feeder in my yard
My seed tube feeder is probably the most popular. I had one of these cage suet feeders but when it gets low it always seems to fall. And this time it fell as we got a winter storm. So it got buried under snow. When I went to retrieve it, it seemed to have broken. Like maybe it got run over or something. So this giveaway is perfectly timed…I need a replacement 🙂
The most popular feeder in my yard is a hopper feeder. I have a wide variety of birds feeding and waiting in the trees for their turn.