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Copper Bluebird Mealworm Feeder

Copper Bluebird Mealworm Feeder

$26.99 each

The first of its kind, a handcrafted copper feeder designed to feed dried mealworms to bluebirds. The blue plastic bowl and bead are designed specifically to attract bluebirds. The bowl is easy to remove for cleaning, yet is securely held in place by solid copper wire. Bowl is 3 1/2"d x 2 1/2"h. Total height including copper hanger is 8 1/2"h. Made in USA.
Purchase dried mealworms, item NWF2418, separately to fill the feeder.

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Item Number NWF2417
 
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4.0 (based on 5 reviews)

80% of reviewer would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lovely bright color (1)

Cons

  • Could have been a little larger (1)
  • It doesn't seem to work as a bird feeder (1)

Best Uses

  • Attracting birds to the garden (2)
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5.0
Bluebirds in Texas Love this feeder

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from Texas

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  • Attracting birds to the garden

Comments about Shop NWF - D2C for Copper Bluebird Mealworm Feeder:

Product Comments: We live in an area where bluebirds are common. Use dried mealworms. Birds do not eat them if they get wet. Bluebirds love this feeder !

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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5.0
Bluebirds are Back

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from Tampa, FLorida

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Pros

  • Lovely bright color

Cons

  • Could have been a little larger

Best Uses

  • Attracting birds to the garden

Comments about Shop NWF - D2C for Copper Bluebird Mealworm Feeder:

Product Comments: I bought this bird feeder for my sister. She is a bird fanatic and has had blue birds in her garden, but they left. She is hoping to attract them back with this colorful feeder.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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1.0
Mealworm feeder

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from Moab, Utah

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  • It doesn't seem to work as a bird feeder

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Comments about Shop NWF - D2C for Copper Bluebird Mealworm Feeder:

Product Comments: After a week with Mealworms, and I also tried Nyjer seed, no bird has come to it even when I hung it closer to my other feeders. They ate the mealworms out of a different feeder. It is quite pretty, but a waste of money as a bird feeder. This feeder, nor any other product, was not a gift in compensation for writing this review.

Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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5.0
I haven't used this yet.....

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from MO

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Product Comments: Love the look of it but I haven't put it out yet. Still pretty cold here in MO.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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4.0
Very pretty in my garden

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from Monument, CO

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Product Comments: It came quickly with excellent packaging.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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Q: TWO QUESTIONS 1)I live in southeastern Michigan and know there are bluebirds in the area, but have never seen any in my yard. I have a prairie garden near the house and a meadow strip near a woods at the back of the yard.There are a lot of very tall trees along the edge of the yard. I am wondering what might be the ideal placement for the feeder. I could place the bluebird mealworm feeder in between the prairie garden and the meadow strip - so that it is more out in the open. 2) I don't have any mealworm feeder yet. So, I'm wondering which type - live or dried - would be best to start with? THANKS!
Asked on Dec 13, 2017 13:53:01 PM by Kathy from Ann Arbor, MI
Q: what keeps the mealworm from getting wet?
Asked on Jul 09, 2014 10:33:14 AM by none from
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