Enjoy watching birds closer than ever before. Our One-Way-Mirror Birdfeeder features mirror-film on the wall, that allows for close-up views of birds while they dine. Birds swoop in and see only their reflection, while you take pleasure in wonderfully convenient views of your feathered friends. A suction-cup attachment ensures a strong and durable hold, while the feeder itself holds a hearty 1 lb. of seed. Easy to fill and clean, this birdfeeder provides carefree maintenance and unique views that all bird lovers can appreciate.
• One-Way-Mirror Bird feeder • View birds closely while they dine • Birds see only their reflection • Holds approx. 1 lb. of seed • Easy fill/clean
Comments about Product: The weather is very cold, now, and when I removed the top to fill the feeder, one of the suction cups came loose. I have been unable to get it to grip again, perhaps due to the cold. I currently have that side propped up with an A-frame garden trellis in a grow box beneath it. The birds love it. It gives them lots of landing area, but if it slides, so will my seed. Any ideas on getting the suction cup to grip? Otherwise it has been so enjoyable.
Comments about Product: This bird feeder is excellent! My indoor cats love watching birds and this feeder is just perfect for them. I do not know why there is so many complaints about filling the feeder tubes, the top just pops off by the suction cups, no tools needed.
By twigaduma FromRohnert Park, California (wine country)
Great when you figure it out
Comments about Product: Like the previous two buyers I was ready to send it back when I couldn't see how to fill it. The top actually pops free when you use your thumbs and pry it from the screw that you see. Just pull stright up and it will come free. Don't bend it open as it will break.
Comments about Product: If this doesn't work at my window, it will be returned. I am an avid bird feeder but the feeders are to far away from my door to get them filled in the winter. HOPE IT WORKS! I was however very unhappy with the instuctions on how to fill this feeder. It was hard & very messy to do.