This convenient bundle combines the beautiful Easy Fill Copper & Brass Bird Feeder with Hand-Crafted Bird Food from Bird Pro! This bundle will make a truly unique gift or addition to your own back yard.
The Easy Fill Copper & Brass Bird Feeders have a hand hammered copper finish that's accented by brass. There's a top brass link included, so you can hang it from your favorite spot in your yard. The bottom brass loop may be used to hand something decorative.
This Classic bird food recipe from Bird Pro is an everyday staple that has been fed by serious birders everywhere for decades. Using economical ingredients that birds consistently enjoy, this blend is sure to fill the feeders without emptying your pockets.
This Recipe is Loved By: Cardinals, Titmice, Woodpeckers, Blue Jays, Chickadees, Nuthatches, Grosbeaks, Goldfinches, House Finches, Doves, Pigeons, and more.
INGREDIENTS: Cracked Corn, Red Milo, Wheat, Black Oil, White Millet, Artificial Flavorings
The experts at Bird Pro believe “when houses grow were bird food once did, birds need friends who feed them”, and we agree!
Bird Pro has been crafting high-quality bird foods in their state-of-the-art facilities since 2009. They’ve worked hard to test and fine-tune their bird food recipes in a wide range of environments.
Bird Pro believes freshness matters when in comes to bird food. That’s why they blend their bird food in small batches as needed, using the freshest ingredients. Their craft recipes are blended right here in the USA! All Bird Pro foods are packaged fresh and bug-free in easy-to-use resealable bags just before they ship to you.
These high-quality standards will help ensure even the pickiest songbirds will be satisfied. With Bird Pro’s carefully crafted recipes, you’ll be sure to attract a variety of beautiful songbirds to your feeder!
Please Note: The Easy Fill Copper & Brass Bird Feeders are hand crafted, so the hammered copper finish on each bird feeder will have unique variations. Keep in mind, it will patina over time! Smudges or finger marks are normal as the bird feeder is handled for packaging. They will disappear as the copper patinas over time.