The Hangout

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Is Tom tailing the Tui? Fluffy flailing after the finches? This freestanding hanger might be the answer to your cat-bird cohabitation conundrums - and a great solution for treeless yards, too.

Predators will be at a loss while the birds flock to feed at the Hangout. Up to four feeders can be suspended from the wrought iron curlicues of this freestanding hanger, which is easy to stake into the ground with a sturdy base that keeps it upright. Provide a variety of feeds and you’ll be able to please birds of all feathers.

  1. Quality construction
  2. Classically stylish look
  3. Add feeders or hanging seed bells
  4. Great for bare yards or while trees are maturing.

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