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- Retail: $42.95

    Item #: Z203010
    UPC #: 700112238123
    Availability: In Stock
    Usually ships In 3-5 Business Days

    The Zenport Z203010 sunflower seed screen bird feeder attracts a variety of clinging and perching birds to your yard. Easy to fill feeder holds 6 to 7 pounds of black oiled, hulled or mixed sunflower seeds. When filled the feeder attracts birds such as Cardinals, Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice, Woodpeckers and more. Squirrel proof.

    WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Harmful Chemicals and Harmful Compounds, which are known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

    • 1 Z203010 Hanging Bird Seed Screen Feeder
    Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:
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    60 Silvers Avenue

    Not Quite Squirrel Proff

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    • Durable
    • Large capacity
    • Nuts sometime do not hold
    • Top mounting fixture can break
    I was hesitant to pay this much for a bird feeder, but since my previous feeders did not usually survive the squirrels and raccoons for an entire year, I decided to give it a try. This is the most durable feeder that I have ever tried. Squirrels can feed from it, but do not empty it in a day like they have others that I have tried. Raccoons have great difficulty in emptying the feeder unless they unscrew it so that it falls to the ground. I now have three of these feeders and did have difficulty with raccoons unscrewing it nightly until I lock washers to the nuts that hold the feeder together.

    The large capacity is of unexpected benefit since I only have to fill them once a week. And I find that there resistance to squirrels and raccoons cuts my usage of sunflower seeds in half so that the feeders actually pay for themselves.

    My wife and I are now at an age where we spend most of our time just sitting in the house and the bird feeders keep a variety of birds (as well as the squirrels) where we can watch them all day long.