Attracting and feeding wild birds. This innovative wooden wild bird feeder is one of six Birdscapes® feeders in the Betsy Fields Collection. It's easy to monitor seed levels, too! read full product details »
US Availability: In-Stock
Canada Availability: In-Stock
Birdscapes® Pinery Wild Bird Feeder
Silhouettes of pine trees adorn this feeder, making it an attractive addition to your yard. Purchase several of these cute wooden bird feeders to bring around more birds!
The Birdscapes® Pinery Wild Bird Feeder holds up to 4 lb of seed and features natural silhouettes and internal images of pine trees. The transparent seed compartment makes it easy to monitor seed levels and keep your feeder clean! Remember to clean your wooden bird feeders once every two weeks with mild soap and water solution.
This item is one of six Birdscapes® feeders in the Betsy Fields Collection. Fields is a recognized leader in innovative product design.
Placing the Feeder
Cleaning the Feeder
Keeping Feeder Squirrel-Free
Birdscapes® is the leading supplier of decorative Wild Bird Feeders and Accessories. Birdscapes® 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.
This charming seed feeder, part of the Betsy Fields Collection, features an internal pine tree design.
Feeder can be pole mounted with an adapter (adapter sold with the Perky-Pet® Universal Feeder Pole Model # 5107-4)
What's in the Box:
1 wild bird feeder
4 lb seed capacity
30-Day Satisfaction Guaranteed Policy
Your satisfaction with our bird feeders and service is our top priority!
If you are anything less than completely satisfied with your bird feeder or bird accessory, you may return it within 30 days of receipt for a product replacement or money refund of your full merchandise cost. It's part of our worry-free shopping policy!
Birdscapes® Pinery Wild Bird Feeder is rated
4.0 out of
Rated 4 out of
PineryWe purchased the pinery feeder at our local TSC store. Liked the looks of it and were hoping that it might be a little harder for the woodpeckers to get at because of the position of the feeding holes. They still manage to get at it but with difficulty. My only other quirk is that the roof is too small We live in Northern Ontario and get a lot of snow. I already have to go out daily and clear the snow from the perch and winter is just getting started. If the roof was larger to cover the perch a little more this might stop the snow from falling straight down and covering the perch. My husband is now thinking about placing a large plastic bowl over the feeder to help alleaveate this problem. Too bad that it will take away from the lovely profile of the feeder...