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Birdscapes Upside Down Goldfinch Feeder

I love birdfeeders that I can take of myself. The Birdscapes Upside Down Goldfinch Feeder is one of those bird feeders that I was able to fill and hang all by myself. It allows only gold finches to feed upside down (which keeps away other creatures like squirrels from getting the food). The Birdscapes Upside Down Goldfinch Feeder holds up to 3 lbs. of thistle seed or finch mix. It also has 6 feeding stations.

The Birdscapes Upside Down Goldfinch Feeder took me less than 5 minutes to set up. It took me longer to run to Home Depot to buy finch food than it did to get this ready to go! You just remove the top, fill with food, replace the top, and hang! There is no assembly, and the hardest part was trying to figure out where to hang it!

If you have finches, you definitely need to get the Birdscapes Upside Down Goldfinch Feeder!

2 thoughts on “Birdscapes Upside Down Goldfinch Feeder”

  1. This is a great review! I've put a few bird feeders around the house last summer. Now we get loads of birds. It's really nice to sit in the garden and just watch them.

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