Some birds with large beaks like Blue Jays or Grackles can rake through the seed and throw it on the ground. Often, they can empty a feeder in minutes. Father Nature perch and seed port design prevent this.
When rain, snow or ice get to the seed, it will quickly mildew and go un-eaten. It can clog in the feeder and have to be removed. Father Nature's over hanging top and food port design keeps seed dry in wet conditions.
Father Nature feeders use a cone shaped top and a seed tray that flips under the weight of a squirrel. The solid steel construction is chew proof so they can't destroy it. Mount your feeder at least 8 feet from fences and over hanging limbs and your seed is safe.
Most feeders are made of wood or plastic that simply don't last. Father Nature feeders are made of steel. The finish is baked on for toughness. The pole is galvanized steel that is also powder coated. We still use feeders we made over 30 years ago.
The specially designed perch feeds small and medium birds. Large birds can get a seed but cannot sit and take over. Food port reduces waste by forcing the birds to pick a seed rather than rake it out on the ground. The food port also protects seed from rain. The birds sit sideways to the seed port so empty hulls fall away.
Clamshell style top makes re-filling quick and easy. Large capacity means less work for you.
The spacing of the food ports allow small birds to feed at the same time as larger birds. The perch design along with overhanging top prevent large bully birds from taking over. They may get a seed, but they can't stay. The tray will flip down under the weight of a squirrel or pigeon sending them on their way.
Put pole through the stabilizer as shown, Drive the pole into the ground to desired height. Stabilizer goes around pole and into ground to hold feeder straight in wind a rain.
Drive the pole into the ground to desired height, The washer welded to the top of the pole supports seed tray.
Large seed tray reduces seed waste by giving dropped seed one more chance to get eaten. It also guards feeder from Squirrels or pigeons by tilting from their weight. Insert over pole as shown. Then simply set the feeder over the top of the pole. We recommend using a high-quality seed without filler seeds like milo than often go un-eaten.
The large top protects seed from bad weather. The food-port design keeps rain out and reduces seed waste. The steel construction and powder coated finish make this feeder tough enough for the elements.
Even the keenest squirrel proofing ideas will not work if the squirrel can chew it up. Our solid steel construction takes care to that. We use geometry to keep squirrels away. The cone shaped top and the food port spacing along with the flipping seed tray keep your seed safe for the birds. Be sure to mount your feeder at least 6 feet from fences or over hanging limbs to better squirrel proof your bird feeding system.
Calvin Baynard loved feeding birds but didn't like the seed to be wasted by big birds, moisture or squirrels. He began to experiment with a quail feeder that was made to feed corn on the ground in the woods. It had to be tough to ward off deer, racoons and wild pigs. The photo is from 1992 of my father, Calvin, with his grandson looking on. He mounted the quail feeder on a pole and made a platform for the birds. Father Nature feeders was born. We have come a long way since then. Striving to create a bird feeder that will reduce wasted seed, protect seed from moisture and squirrels, and last a lifetime. You will love the ease of cleaning and filling as well. Thank you for taking the time to look at our quest for a better bird feeder.
Father Nature feeders are easy to set up and easy to use
What makes Father Nature the best feeder you can buy
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6509 Highway 260, Manning SC 29102