Lionel V. Alford
Best high I’ve ever had.
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Last review on 2018-07-09
Nice smooth ride up, and wow is it an up! Kept me stable and happy for hours.
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Review of Supa – Niger Seed 4 Port Feeder 8" With Tray
2: The body has to be pushed and snapped into the base holder, the small plastic lugs on the bottom of the base lock the body to the base.
I bought this to try to resolve the problem niger seed wastage and the associated plague of niger seedling. In that respect it works well. spilt seeds gather in the tray and are eaten by the birds as they feed. The tray can be removed for cleaning – I found it a little difficult to reattach and worry that the plastic lugs that hold it in place may snap.
The pre-made holes in the base are simply to release the body from it, so to seperate the two parts just turn the body until the small plastic lugs line up with the holes and that will allow you to unlock the two sections.
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1: The feeding slots are very small indeed, even small birds struggled to feed from it. This can be remedied by simply enlarging the holes with a soldering gun or similair instrument as the heat melts the plastic and does not crack it. I made the holes around 1cm in circumference which is plenty. I then filed the excess burned plastic from the holes inside and out and finally washed it. Took 10 mins. Easy peasy.
Hope this is of benefit to anyone wishing to buy this product.
This is a good product, but a good couple of things to know before you buy are:
The big problem is that the holes are bigger and the tray makes an excellent perch for larger birds and the sparrows are taking full advantage of this. They mob the feeder all day, I have seen a few intrepid goldfinches attempt to feed but I think that they do not apperciate the scrum. It is not that I don’t want to feed the sparrows, I have plenty nuts and seeds hanging up for them, it is just that I would like to lure back the finches, linnets and redcaps that I enjoyed watching last year, on an less accessible feeder.