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  • Pagoda bird feeders with multiple tray levels can feed numerous birds at once.

With their large capacity and multiple seed tray levels, pagoda bird feeders are both aesthetically pleasing and functional, drawing in a diverse range of backyard birds.

Compared to conventional hopper bird feeders, the feeder’s distinctive multi-level design can feed more birds. Finches and other gregarious birds can eat together, and there is room for a large number of them. With so many seed levels, more solitary birds, like chickadees and nuthatches, can find a place of their own. Pagoda bird feeders are made to attract a variety of native bird species and migratory songbird flocks, thereby promoting backyard diversity.

The sturdy cedar wood used to make pagoda bird feeders is coated with a non-toxic all-weather sealant, which ensures that the birds are safe to eat for many years.

The large curved roof, hopper design, and well-drained seed trays of the pagoda bird feeders help to keep seed dry in rainy weather. The bird feeder’s removable glass panels and slide-apart trays make cleaning it simple. Just raise the roof of the feeder and pour in enough seed to cover all tray levels to fill it.

Just lift the roof and pour in seed to fill all tray levels. Easy to clean slide-apart trays and removable glass panels. Choose your feeder size and number of tray levels.


Are bird feeders worth it?

For birds, feeders can aid survival during migration and harsh winters, some studies show. And some bird lovers reason that feeding birds may help offset the harm we’ve done them by turning woods and meadows into lawns and shopping malls.

What is the cheapest way to feed the birds?

1. Plant Natural Feeders – Birds only use feeders to supplement the natural foods they find in the landscape, so focus of your bird-feeding efforts on your plants even in good economic times. Plants feed birds with seeds, berries, nuts, sap and nectar as well as shelter and nesting places.

Why is bird food so expensive?

Birdseed has gotten more expensive. According to the National Audubon society, the drought that hit the US West and Great Plains last year reportedly heavily impacted seed crops causing birdseed prices to rise. So what can we bird watchers do? Here are a few strategies to cope with rising birdseed prices.

What kind of feeders do birds like best?

Tray feeders placed near the ground are most likely to attract ground-feeding birds such as juncos, doves, jays, blackbirds, and sparrows (along with squirrels, deer, raccoons, and other critters). Tray feeders can also be mounted on deck railings, posts, or stumps, or can be suspended.