Save money on seed with a squirrel proof Yankee Tipper Bird Feeder!
- The Yankee Tipper’s 9″ diameter weight-sensitive feeding tray attracts ground feeding birds, but tips under the weight of a grey squirrel
- Can hold the weight of up to four cardinals (about 8 oz.)
- The large tray also collects fallen seed and serves as a platform that allows multiple birds to feed simultaneously from the four seed ports.
- The heavy metal cap fits snugly on the tube to prevent squirrels from lifting it to reach the seed.
- The Tipper looks stunning in any yard, with a metal top and base powder coated in Midnight Black
- The 4-3/4″ x 17″ clear feeder tube makes the seed visible to the birds, a proven advantage. Made of UV Stabilized Polycarbonate, it ensures long lasting durability without yellowing. Its length and girth are designed to prevent squirrels from reaching the seed ports.
- With a large 5 lb. capacity, you don’t need to refill your feeder every day
- An internal baffle design keeps seed flowing freely to the ports.
- Hang the Tipper securely from its heavy duty signature looped stainless steel wire, which reduces motion.
- Components made in the U.S.A. and in China
- Lifetime Warranty against squirrel damage
The clever Yankee Tipper Bird Feeder is a member of the Yankee Family of squirrel-proof feeders from Droll Yankees.
The Tipper has a 10″ weight sensitive feeding tray that collapses under the weight of squirrels and saves your bird seed. The feeder is comprised of a 17″ long clear, UV stabilized tube and heavy duty metal components that hold up to the elements and resist squirrel damage. The 5 pound capacity feed tube is protected on top by the tightly fitting metal cap that cannot be lifted by invasive squirrels. The cap and base are powder coated in a striking Midnight Black that compliments any backyard and will not chip or fade with use. Backed by Droll Yankees Lifetime Warranty against squirrel damage.
Birds that use this feeder: Bluebirds, Cardinals, Chickadees, Finches, Goldfinches, Grosbeaks, Juncos, Kinglets, Nuthatches, Redpolls, Siskins, Sparrows, Tanagers, Thrushes, Titmice, Towhees, Warblers, Waxwings, Woodpeckers and Wrens
Feeding wild birds is one of the best ways to impact the world around you. The simple act of putting out a bird feeder and keeping it clean and full can greatly improve the chances that birds and their offspring will survive. Many backyard bird watchers believe that birds only benefit from feeders during certain times of the year. However, birds actually have a year-round need for reliable, steady food sources.
Feeding Sunflower Seeds: A favorite of almost every backyard feeder bird. They have easy to crack, thin shells and can be offered in a wide variety of feeder types, like platform, tube, and hopper feeders. These seeds also have a high fat content that is perfect for giving birds energy all year long, especially in winter.
Please! For the sake of the birds, keep your feeder clean! Dirty feeders spread disease. Soak all parts in a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water. Use a Droll Yankees Bird Feeder Brush to brush away grime inside the tube.