5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Nice looking but not as robust as i had hoped,
This review is from: Bird Feeder (Garden & Outdoors)
Product looked great: birds took about 12 hours to familiarise themselves with it and then it received regular traffic. One or two larger birds, a blackbird in particular, wanted to join in but obviously the apertures are not big enough to accommodate them. Came downstairs on the 3rd morning to find the sucker still on the window but the perspex ball in several pieces on the ground. I can't say if this was due a heavier bird getting partially inside and forcing it off its attachment or if the suction pad simply gave out.
Would buy another but only if it came in more durable material. Perhaps future customers would be wise to put something soft underneath it for the first few weeks to save it if it falls.
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Initial post: 9 Jul 2012 00:42:21 BDT
K McFadden says:
The best thing to do is tie string to the perch and tie it indoors. I have done this due to past various window feeders falling due to weight of wood pigeons. I had been looking for something like this for years.
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