Clear Window Bird Feeder From Yellow Beaks

Clear Window Bird Feeder from Yellow Beaks.This little clear bird feeder from Yellow Beaks is nice. It is made of sturdy clear plastic. The company says it weights about 1 lb and is 9.6 x 5.9 x 6.6 inches.

It is a fair sized bird feeder.

It comes with three big suction cups that attach to the window.  I thought it might not stay up good but it has been in my window for almost two weeks now and we have not had any problems with it.

There have not been any big storms since I put it up though. The last storm came through just before I put the feeder in our window. As you can see in this picture that storm took down the big tree in our front yard. Well most of it…the rest had to be cut down.

The bird feeder in my window.

This is a really neat feeder. You can see right through it so any birds that come up to eat the seeds will be easy to watch.

The suction cups fit into little notches. You can take the feeder down without taking the suction cups off the window.

So if there is any bird poop build up I can just take it down and clean it up and put it right back on there.

The feeder is supposed to be squirrel proof. I haven’t seen any squirrels come on the porch lately so I dunno about that.  It would probably depend on where you put the feeder. On our porch a squirrel might be able to jump on it from the railing. I guess we will find out eventually.

I like this bird feeder.  My grandmother would have loved this. She loved to feed the birds and sit and watch them. A feeder right on the window would have been really great.

If you have a family member confined to the house for some reason…get one of these for the window of their room.

Watching the birds can provide a lot of entertainment. It cheers me up.

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1 comment

  1. Just wanted to let everyone know that the birds finally found my feeder. They will come eat out of it even when I’m right on the other side of the glass.

    That is so neat!!

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