While researching this product, it became evident early on that despite being made by the same manufacturer, there didn't seem a straightforward way to attach it to its intended counterpart, the Blue Microphones Yeti
However, I came across a 'so-simple-you'll-kick-yourself' solution on Blue Microphones' own blog site. Credit is due to Chris Knight, who posted the video. No drilling or modification is required and here are the instructions:
1. Remove one of the thumb-screws that hold the microphone to its stand and discard one of the washers.
2. Remove the pop filter and swan-neck from its bracket.
3. Angle the bracket to the rear and insert the swan-neck end to replace the discarded washer on the microphone mount and reassemble.
4. Use the other end of the bracket (supposedly a microphone stand clamp) to hold the end tip of the swan-neck.
5. Position the filter in front of the microphone.
It works beautifully. The screen itself does exactly what it's designed for, so the only reason I deduct a star is for the extra mile to work out how to fit it.