6 Large Capacity Bird Feeders to Feed a Crowd
Want to feed more birds? Find the perfect large capacity bird feeder to attract lots of feathered friends to your backyard.
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Via Gardener's Supply Company
Large Bird Feeding Station
To feed lots of birds, you need a sturdy bird feeder pole. Bring all your large capacity bird feeders together in one handy place with this four-arm station. A bird bath and feeding tray are included, but the other hanging feeders shown here are not.
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Triple Tube Bird Feeder
This triple tube copper finish feeder gives you the option of serving three types of seed—and up to 10 pounds of it! Twelve feeding ports give birds plenty of room to snack.
Large Capacity Finch Feeder
Feed a multitude of birds at once with this 20-port finch feeder. Here’s how to attract more goldfinches to your yard.
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Via Tractor Supply Co.
Large Suet Combo Feeder
Serve four suet cakes and up to 10 pounds of seed in this Royal Wing large capacity bird feeder. We like the clear sides, so it’s easy to see when you need to refill and clean the feeder. You could also try making one of these four homemade suet recipes.
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Made of eco-friendly Polywood, this hopper and suet cage feeder is built to last. Three color combos are available. The sloped roof will keep seed dry on rainy days. Just getting started feeding birds? Here’s the 10 types of bird feeders you need in your backyard.
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More Birds Giant Combo Feeder
This large capacity bird feeder offers two ways to feed birds: by sitting on a perch or eating from a tray. Add it to your backyard to attract cardinals, finches, chickadees and more. Smaller, acrobatic birds can cling to the metal mesh while eating. Don’t be afraid to buy bird seed in bulk. Here’s how to store birdseed and keep it fresh.
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