Feeding wild birds and providing them water. Providing both food and water to our thirsty feathered friends is so important. This classy bird feeder allows you to provide both! read full product details »
This classy bird feeder with its beautiful seed and water containers allows you to provide food and water to our hungry and thirsty feathered friends!
The Perky-Pet® Copper Sip & Seed bird feeder is made of glass and antiqued copper finish. The unique double silo design is sure to compliment any backyard décor. It is exclusive to Perky-Pet®; none of our competitors have anything like this product!
The silos of the Copper Sip & Seed feature a patent-pending collar that twists to feature a seed opening or a water opening. This innovation allows the consumer to serve seed and water, or when winter approaches and water will freeze, to fill both silos with seed.
The feeder hangs from a decorative copper finish scroll hanger. It holds 1.15 lb of seed and 22 oz of water.
Placing the Feeder
Cleaning the Feeder
Keeping Feeder Squirrel-Free
Perky-Pet® is the leading supplier of Wild Bird Feeders and Accessories. Perky-Pet® Wild Bird Feeder models lure the bird in pursuit of seed—providing you with hours of joy as random wild birds flock to feed at your house.
Reviewer: Betty L. Dravis "BettyDravis@gmail.com, autho...
I love my new bird feeder. It's not only practical and easy to use, it's also stylish and graceful looking. You can see from the Amazon photo that it's design is quite elegant and it's made of sturdy, long-lasting brass. Being brass it will probably tarnish with weather, but that often gives it the antiquated look that is so popular with many people.
Only time will tell if it's a "keeper" for me--a lot depends on its stability on windy days--but for now the birdies like it and that's good enough for me. I enjoy sitting on my patio watching them fluttering around, taking turns feeding. The robins seem to be pretty smart; they never go to the feeder, but are content with what the smaller birds scatter on the ground. And who says birds are dumb with their teensy-weensy brains? Hmmm...
Highly recommended to all nature lovers.
Review Posted on Amazon.comJune 16, 2011
I put mine on a thin branch on a tree in my backyard and the birds starting arriving immediately. They don't seem to go to the water with the gusto that they go towards the bird seed so I started filling both with bird seed. Can't go wrong. Highly recommended.