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Window Bird Feeders - for wild birds. Suction cups hold the feeders to your windows. Fill these small window bird feeders with sunflower seeds, mixed seeds and hummingbird nectar.
Window bird feeders offer a unique experience in bird feeding. Whether you are young or old it is hard not to smile and marvel at the close up view of such an elusive creature. Depending on the location of your window bird feeders you may have to modify your behavior while a bird is feeding. If the light is reflecting off the window you are surprisingly free to move around. You can turn your head or reach slowly for binoculars if you aren't right next to the window.
You can see every detail of the feathers, eyes and feet of the birds. Photographic opportunities improve. We've been able to watch Painted Buntings every year and since we get such a close up view we can easily distinguish different birds of the same gender. Small variations in plumage can be found if you are lucky.
In our experience chickadees, cardinals, buntings, finches and hummingbirds have been the most reliable at the window feeders. Please let us know what birds you are seeing. We hope the window feeders help cut down on window strikes by birds that might otherwise be fooled into flying into the reflection. Some birds which normally do not use bird feeders will follow the action and check out the feeders. Wrens are always on the look out for spiders in any crevice. Try to get a close up look at a wren in any other situation!
Birds don't always flock to new feeders immediately. This is true with window feeders also. Chickadees or cardinals are usually the first birds to test the new feeders. Before long, other birds will join in and you'll have plenty of company while reading, doing dishes or working at the computer. Keep a field guide handy if you are new to birding or trying to teach children about the names of birds.
Any seed mixture will work in these feeders. Nuts, fruit, cracked corn and pellets also will attract these hungry visitors.
Click on any of the images on this page to see more information about each individual bird feeder. Window bird feeders are priced for most budgets. They are easy to clean and maintain. Rain and snow won't block your view. Most of the seed feeders have some protection from a small roof.
Window and Windowsill Bird Feeders
Window Bird Feeders #843
Manufacturer states dimensions as follows:
5.60 x 6.88 x 7.78
Window Bird Feeders - Buy two for one great price
PRICE FOR 2 FEEDERS: $20.95
These feeders have some weather protection features and offer enough room for the typically smaller birds who usually visit window feeders.
Double your viewing pleasure because you get two feeders!
Product Category: Windows Bird Feeders
You get two window bird feeders which hold a 1 cup capacity each. Bring the joy of watching birds to your two favorite windows. Two suction cups securely attach to the windows. See placement instructions down the page. You can fill these feeders with any type of seeds or mix including sunflower seeds and millet. The crystal clear design makes bird watching easier. All mounting hardware included. So easy to fill and clean.
The design of these feeders provide some protection against the elements. Window bird feeders are often exposed to wind and rain. These little bird feeders should hang on to their seeds.
Window Bird Feeders #10247
Big enough for cardinals with 3 suction cups!
Crystal clear window bird feeders make it so easy to watch your songbirds feasting. Three suction cups securely attach to your windows. These are full-sized to accept cardinals since cardinals love platform style feeders. You could also use these window feeders for fruit and nuts. These are easy to wipe clean. Made in America. Dimensions: 5.5H x 12L x 4D
Window Bird Feeders #50247
One-way mirror on these large window feeders.
A one-way mirror reflection on these window feeders might startle the birds at the very beginning but they will get accustomed to it and you will have all the better view. Two heavy-duty suction cups hold these feeders to your windows. The seed bins hold 2 pounds of seeds. Made in the USA. Dimensions: 4 x 12 x 5 inches.
Window Bird Feeders #10637
Plenty of room for smaller birds.
Simplicity of design for better viewing, these window bird feeders give you an incredible view of your birds. The feeders are 7 inches long so they can be filled with plenty of seeds. The birds visiting window feeders generally take one seed at a time. Two suction cups hold the feeders to your windows. Made in the USA. Dimensions: 4 x 7.25 x 4 inches.
1 for $15.952 for $27.95
Window Bird Feeders #1693
Outer Packaging Dimension:
4.00 x 6.63 x 8.25
Deep dish with roof design.
These window bird feeders are UV-stabilized polycarbonate construction. The dish is 7 inches wide and holds 2 cups of seeds. The roof protects against rain and snow. Three high quality suction cups strategically placed hold the feeders securely to the windowpane. Made in America.
Window Bird Feeders #3920
Manufacturer states dimensions as follows:
6.00 x 11.00 x 11.00
Holds 2 cups of your choice of seeds.
You have an unobstructed view of the birds in these window bird feeders which are secured with three suction cups. The roof will protect against rain and snow. Designed with curved rims, invite birds with comfort. The feeder dish is approximately 6.5 inches wide and deep enough to hold 2 cups of seeds. These feeders will hold sunflower seeds, mixed seeds, peanuts and pieces, fruit, mealworms and other foods you wish to provide for your backyard birds. They are made from UV-stabilized polycarbonate with drainage holes on the bottom. Made in the USA.
Window Bird Feeders #50547
Easy to clean and fill too.
One-Way Mirror Design
These attractive window bird feeders hold an amazing 2 pounds of seeds! This means less work for you. One-way mirror film area is large enough for cardinals and all the birds of that size or smaller. Depending on the variety of seeds you use, you could attract most backyard wild birds that use seed feeders. Our window feeders have attracted birds which normally prefer ground feeding. If you use the favorite seeds of these birds, you may attract them also. Painted Buntings are regulars at our feeders during the spring and summer months.
A clear roof keeps seed dry and two heavy-duty suction cups firmly adhere to the window. Please see our section below about how to attach and use these feeders.
One-way mirror film blocks the view inside your windows
Window Bird Feeders #50447
The one-way mirror effect on these window feeders may initially startle the birds. It will require repeated approaches before they realize that another bird is not suddenly in front of them.
Smaller One-Way Mirror Feeders
Sunflower Seeds | Millet | Cracked Corn | Mixed Seeds
Do you like to offer two types of seeds? Or do you want the seeds to spill out from both sides? While your backyard birds are eating, the one-way mirror film blocks the view inside your windows. You get a close up view and the birds don't even know you are there. Wait for one to sit on the feeders and you can approach it.
Try using a different seed in each hopper to attract a variety of birds. The clear roof keeps seed dry and two heavy-duty suction cups stick to the window. See how to attach and use these feeders below.
These small window feeders will hold sunflower seeds (for most feeder birds), millet seeds (buntings and sparrows), cracked corn, mixed seeds, peanut pieces, safflower seeds or any average-to-small seeds.
Easy to clean and fill too.
HOW TO USE SUCTION CUPS TO ATTACH WINDOW FEEDERS: The suction cups will stick firmly to the windows if you follow these directions. Using a small dot of cooking oil, dabbed in the center of the suction cup ONLY, will help the feeders cling to the windowpane. DO NOT get any oil on the edge of the suction cup. Now press firmly but gently on the glass to make the feeders adhere. You may wish to remove and reapply periodically just to assure yourself of the best grip. With a proper grip, once a month should be often enough to freshen the suction cup grip.
Bird watching is taken to a whole new level with window bird feeders. You can see eyelids and you can study their feet. Watch how a hummingbird lifts off or hovers. View the competitive spirit of hummingbirds. One hummingbird will be feeding when another one zips up behind it and tries to intimidate it from above. This usually creates a burst of energy from the feeding bird as it tries to chase off the other bird. You will really enjoy the hummingbirds when they settle on a perch and sip for several minutes before flying off in pursuit of their mysterious business. If you are lucky enough to have more than a few hummingbirds, they will eventually accept each other's presence and begin to dine at the same time. In our yard this is a rare treat. All of our hummingbird window feeders have the color red somewhere on the feeders so the hummingbirds will find the feeders quicker. Hummingbirds continually scout for newer and better food sources everywhere so it isn't entirely necessary to have red feeders.
The formula for making hummingbird sugar water is the same in these smaller feeders. A ratio of 4 parts water to 1 part white granulated sugar. For instance, one cup of water to 1/4 cup of sugar will fill most of these feeders. Use very hot or boiling water to dissolve the sugar. Let the nectar cool completely and then fill the feeders and watch for colorful and dainty hummingbirds.
Each of these window feeders is manufacturer by leaders in the industry but if you ever have a problem with one of our feeders we want to hear from you. Your feeder might have been damaged during shipment. We can easily take care of such problems.
Send us photos and stories about your sightings at these feeders. We'll post them right here as time permits.
View a Painted Bunting on the feeder sold here. Another view of a Painted Bunting visiting.
If you keep the room darker behind you so that your silhouette
doesn't frighten the birds away, you can get inches from the birds.
You can move slowly and take lots of photographs.
All of us love these feeders but they are great for children and older bird watchers that have limited mobility.
Hummingbird and seed feeders bring smaller birds in for a close-up view. Chickadees, titmice, finches, cardinals, wrens and more birds visit the feeders we have attached to our work station windows. These birds actively and frequently feed all day.
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