Bird Buffet is a bird feeder that is meant to be easier to use than other bird feeder products. It is a simple design that allows for people of all ages and abilities to set up. For people who enjoy watching birds, but don't have the time to set up their own bird feeder, Bird Buffet makes the process streamlined and easy. There is no mess, no buying seeds, and no cleaning out the bird feeder from waste left behind.
The cost of Bird Buffet is $29.99 plus $4.95 shipping, for a total price of $34.94.
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This product comes with an open-air birdfeeder. It's opened on both sides with a bottom and small roof that allows for the birds to have some shelter when they come and feed.
Instead of having to fill up the inside of the birdfeeder, this birdfeeder comes with a tray of food that can be slid right onto the feeder for the birds to enjoy.
When birds come to hang out at the birdfeeder, they may leave behind some not so pleasant messes. With the open tray feeding design, the birds are no longer leaving behind a mess that you have to clean up. Now, it simply drops to the ground like it would otherwise.
The main birdfeeder is built with strong, durable plastics. It's weather resistant so that even in a storm it won't get battered and broken. You'll be able to keep your Bird Buffet out for the birds all year round.
Due to the fact that the Bird Buffet has no compartments that have to be filled up, using this product as a bird feeder is quite easy. Young children and elderly people alike will have no issue putting together the Bird Buffet and hanging it in their yard.
The open design means that the birds are never hidden from view. For those who hang up bird feeders so they can enjoy looking at the birds, then Bird Buffet offers just the right among of viewing pleasure.
When ordering the Bird Buffet for the first time, not only do you get the durable buffet holder, but you also get a prefilled feeding tray absolutely free. You'll be able to slide the tray right into the feeder and start enjoying your birds immediately.
The first step is to find a place to hang your Bird Buffet. In a tree, on your porch, or on a nearby post will work. Once you have the bird feeder hung and situated, you can place the food.
The Bird Buffet comes with a tray of food already packaged and sealed. Remove the plastic film cover from the tray of food, then slide it into the Bird Buffet. After that, you're ready to sit back and watch the birds.
The bane of many bird enthusiasts existences is squirrels getting into their bird feeders. Unfortunately, there's nothing to deter some hungry squirrels from getting at the food tray. In fact, this particular bird feeder is easier than most bird feeders for squirrels to get into. You may want to set up this feeder somewhere that a squirrel cannot easily reach.
It seems that there is no prefilled tray re-order available from the website. While you do get the first tray of food free, you will inevitably have to refill it yourself. There may be more than one tray available with the whole system, but there's no way to confirm. This means you may have to bother with buying more bird feed and filling the tray on your own.
For a bird feeder with a pre-filled feed tray, the cost seems rather high. When you include both the cost of the product, the shipping, and the sales tax depending on your state, you may be better off looking elsewhere for a bird feeder. There are other alternatives for bird feeders that can be found online for much cheaper.
If easy viewing style is what you're looking for in a bird feeder, there are plenty of 'tray style' bird feeders. Wild Birds Unlimited has a wide selection of eco-friendly and tough tray-style bird feeders.
If you're more into making sure the birds have some food rather than the aesthetics of a pretty feeder, making a DIY bird feeder is much easier than many people anticipate. There are plenty of instructions online for a DIY tray feeder, without costing too much for materials. A popular method is a tray and old water bottle turned upside down.
The advantage of this particular birdfeeder is not having to deal with filling up cylinders. However, a cylinder feeder may be more convenient, depending on whether or not you simply want to be able to buy your bird feeder in stores. These often have the same open viewing capabilities as any tray feeder, and can often be found easier and for less money.
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